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  • Ruth Walby

    Halloween Candy Jars. Love this idea!

  • Tonette B

    DIY Halloween Candy Jars. These can be used all year and changed for every holiday. {Easy Craft Project} {Home Decor} {Holiday Decorations}

  • Alexa T

    Halloween Craft: Candy Jars

  • Mishele Underhill

    Halloween DIY Apothecary Jars {Easy Halloween Ideas}

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This one is ceramic, but for a cheap halloween candy dish, I could cut the top off of a thrift store doll head and spray white for a couple of dollars. creepy indeed

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I so want this....I wish I had more storage room! Nikki Glynn with Great Gatherings don't you think this would be awesome for a Kentucky Derby party?

That's a lot of stuff, but I love the way it's thoughtfully organized into glass jars for display.

Apothecary jar inspiration. Sure, this is great for Christmastime - what about sand & shells in the Summer... Corn & mini pumpkins, pinecones in the Autumn. Hmmm - what for spring? Nests & (fake) eggs? Jellybeans?

Terra cotta pot + glass bowl = candy jar

DIY Apothecary Jars ~ I totally want to make this for some shells i found on a recent trip ~ awesome tutorial, in fact the whole web-site is awesome!

Love it- but the boys would just love to play with it instead of look at it

wood candlesticks & finials on jar and lid. Clever and cute. Fill with Christmas balls, glass beads, little toys, buttons, etc. A Must! I have the jars, just need the candlesticks and finials. Like the music sheets runner too!