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  • Mary Kukasky Cummins

    Country Farmhouse Kitchen: Storage Using Ball Jars

  • Rachael Jackson

    What a cute way to store dry goods in old blue jars. I totally want a display like this in my kitchen. Country Farmhouse Kitchen: Small Storage Solution Using Collected Ball Jars

  • Marianne Holsinger

    Country Farmhouse Kitchen: Small Storage Solution Using Collected Ball Jars... hmmm.. maybe I should use my blue mason jars for actually storing something?

  • lucinda manning

    Country Farmhouse Kitchen: Small Storage Solution Using Blue Ball Jars - The roots of the Ball Glass Manufacturing Company go back to 1880, when Frank and Edmund Ball of Buffalo, New York, purchased the Wooden Jacket Can Company. Between 1888 and 1961, the company made more than 41 million canning jars, which is just one reason why the words “Ball” and “Mason” are virtually synonymous today. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/bottles/ball-jars

  • Frances Baker

    Remodelando la Casa: 10 Small Changes to Create a Signature Kitchen - Ball jar storage idea.

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