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50 Ways to Re-purpose and Reuse Glass Jars {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas

Whenever I come across an empty glass jar it is so hard for me to toss it in the recycling bin. {I know my craft room looks like {this} but I promise I’m not a pack rat} I just feel compelled to hold onto these versatile treasures – no matter what shape or size. {and …

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