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    Mason Jar Match Dispenser keeps all the matches from coming out of the box in your bag

    Would be cute to pair this with candles (in mason jars or not) as a gift! 100 Clever Ways to Repurpose Mason Jars via Brit + Co.

    Ooh! Reconditioning & Re-Seasoning Cast Iron Cookware

    Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder - * THE COUNTRY CHIC COTTAGE (DIY, Home Decor, Crafts, Farmhouse)

    DIY Strike Anywhere Match container. Ok, so not Food, but you use matches to start fire to cook the food, so yes, it IS categorized correctly!

    cotton swabs dipped in wax become instant campfire starters. lightweight. great for backpackers....what really?

    101 Clever DIY Craft Ideas Using Mason Jars | DIY for Life

    So smart! The cardboard carton is easy to light with a match and then the charcoal starts too. Perfect for bringing camping or starting a fire pit.

    mason jar pin cushions with sewing notion storage!!! So fun, and would be a great gift!

    DIY Pallet Mason Jar Chandelier / light Fixture, awesome lighting idea to give a try!

    40 Things To Do With Mason Jars - probably pinned this 1,000 times.

    50 Best Ways to Use Mason Jars - Easy Craft Ideas With Mason Jars - Country Living

    Love this organization tip! it is perfect for snacks! We love to keep on in our car when we travel too!

    Ombre Mason jars...DIY #Darbysmart

    Cute Cupcake Liners as Toppers for Jars! {plus more Gifts in a Jar ideas!} ~ at TheFrugalGirls.com #mason #jars

    tape dispenser

    DIY Firestarters using lint and toilet paper tubes Good for camping

    Make solar garden lights! Find a glass jar, paint the inside with Elmer glue tinted the color you want and then go to the DOLLAR TREE and buy a solar light. Wala! Outdoor lights for nearly nothing! - Click image to find more Outdoors Pinterest pins

    Cut the lid off of the old salt round and insert it under the ring of a mason jar for pourable items like salt or sugar.

    Recycled 2-liter mosquito trap! cut of the top and glue or tape the pieces together, then fill with 1 cup water mixed w/ half packet of yeast and 1/2 cup sugar. Mosquitos are drawn to the CO2 we exhale, and since yeast produces CO2 they will go right for it and not be able to escape. GENIUS!! Plus, you could decorate or theme these to match your next outdoor party... :-)