Convert Mason Jars into a container with a pour spout. Cut the top off an empty cardboard salt container to the size of the canning lid on your jar (use it in place of the lid). Use the canning ring to screw it in place.
Super Cool Things To Do With Mason Jars
40 Easy Things To Do With Mason Jars: make a pour spout for the canning jar I use for salt since I buy it from bulk bin at PCC.
Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder
Go country chic and make this Mason Jar toothbrush holder. It only requires a few supplies and can be made in just 5 minutes. Personalize it by painting the jar to make your bathroom color scheme.
Hang a shoe organizer on the inside of a closet or pantry door to store cleaning supplies - such a great idea for my hall closet!
Did You Know? Parmesan Lids Fit On Canning Jars
Did You Know? Parmesan Lids Fit On Canning Jars! - parmesan cheese container lids will fit on mason jars! How about keeping baking soda by the sink for a mildly abrasive cleanser. Or flour near where you kneed your bread - just sprinkle on the counter.
Wood Butter - A Recipe for Your Utensils
Wood Butter - A recipe for your utensils! Wood Butter - A recipe for your utensils! Wood Butter - A recipe for your utensils!
Recycled pour spout for a mason jar. For those of us who do not... (Storage Geek)
I love Mason jars with tops from a salt container. I save all of my creamer and orange juice cartons because they are not recyclable. Here is my jar of Quinoa with pour spout! Good to use for liquid storage. Save the salt spout jars for dry items.
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Salt containers are not pretty. Mason jars look fancy and they're functional. Use the top of a Morton salt dispenser to replace your mason jar lid. Now you can use it to store and dispense sugar, salt, pepper, or seasoning. Via: Listotic
frascos diy easy do-it-yourself mason jar decorating You will need to figure out what to do after the wedding with all the jars! This gave me the thought to use a mason jar to pour our unity sand into.