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  • Kelly Rollins

    Repurposed Etched Glass Spice Jars. Awesome idea! I save all my glass bottles including these. Always can find a fun way to reuse them:)

  • Bridget Denson

    Repurposed Etched Glass Spice Jars... Use Starbucks bottles and etching cream to make spice bottles!

  • Deborah Bolender

    Re-purposed Etched Glass Spice Jars (Starbucks frappuccino bottles)- I think this would be a good idea for these homemade spice mixes I've been pinning!

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