I think I'll do this but with coffee or cocoa beans instead of stones and with twine tied around the top of the jar.

I think I'll do this but with coffee or cocoa beans instead of stones and with twine tied around the top of the jar.

We were having a discussion with a neighbor the other day, and he mentioned he kept every single baby food jar from his daughter’s early days. Initially shocked that he kept them all, we quickly understood why. He said he uses them to hold all kinds of things such as nails and screws to spices and loose change. That got us thinking that, similar to Trent’s 10 Simple Uses for Spaghetti Jars, baby jars can be re-used for a lot of things, just on a smaller scale.

We were having a discussion with a neighbor the other day, and he mentioned he kept every single baby food jar from his daughter’s early days. Initially shocked that he kept them all, we quickly understood why. He said he uses them to hold all kinds of things such as nails and screws to spices and loose change. That got us thinking that, similar to Trent’s 10 Simple Uses for Spaghetti Jars, baby jars can be re-used for a lot of things, just on a smaller scale.

Fun Do It Yourself Craft Ideas – 48 Pics   cute with the little paper dresses

Fun Do It Yourself Craft Ideas – 48 Pics cute with the little paper dresses

Kendra from Traveling at the Speed of Life shares her newly-organized scrapbooking room. Among the many inspiring ideas in that post is this beautiful way to store buttons. (Actually, I could see a tiered stand housing all kinds of things - ribbon, small sewing supplies, paints, and on and on.)

Kendra from Traveling at the Speed of Life shares her newly-organized scrapbooking room. Among the many inspiring ideas in that post is this beautiful way to store buttons. (Actually, I could see a tiered stand housing all kinds of things - ribbon, small sewing supplies, paints, and on and on.)

Great "mommy DIY" site. This one is about upcycling glass baby food jars instead of tossing them in the trash.

Great "mommy DIY" site. This one is about upcycling glass baby food jars instead of tossing them in the trash.

Compilations of DIYs. Enjoy! Disclaimer: All photos here are NOT MINE. Note: If you own any of the images posted on this site without proper credit and want it taken down, send a message via Tumblr Ask and I will get back to you. OPEN FOR COLLABORATIONS.

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