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    Punch a hole in the lid of a plastic jar and string a ribbon through it. Knot it on both sides of the lid. Great storage containers for kids' toys and they like the handles for carrying things around. This is perfect for G!!

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    • Julie Nichols

      Recycled storage jars. Drill hole in the top of peanut butter, mayo jar and insert ribbon and tie knot.

    • T R

      Recycled Storage Jars: Punch a hole in the lid of a plastic jar and string a ribbon through it. Knot it on both sides of the lid. Great storage containers for kids' toys and they like the handles for carrying things around.

    • Julie Carter

      Punch a hole in the lid of a plastic jar and string a ribbon through it. Knot it on both sides of the lid. Great storage containers for kids' toys and they like the handles for carrying things around. Great use for peanut butter jars!

    • Susan McGarvey

      *could hang the jars from their ribbon handles* DIY Toy Storage Container Tutorial : upcycle a peanut butter jar by drilling hole in lid; adding string or ribbon; knotting it on both sides of the lid. Great for kids' toys or craft supplies, etc.

    • Esther West

      DIY Storage Container Tutorial : upcycle a peanut butter jar by drilling hole in lid; adding string or ribbon; knotting it on both sides of the lid. Great for kids' toys or craft supplies, etc. Can then be hung from hooks and easily seen.

    • Stacy @ShareRemember

      Sponsored: Recycled Storage Jars are great for small toys @Fellowes, Inc. #MC

    • Sarah

      Sponsored: Recycled Storage Jars are great for small toys!

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