memory jar!

We can probably do yellow glowsticks. I've done this before , never in a mason jar but it's amazing! Trust! @cortezverenice

A daily grateful memory Jar.. I am doing this in 2014!!!!!

Keep a jar for each year, write down happy memories throughout the year and read on New Year's Eve.

dreams in a jar

Perfect! Year of dates (: adorable!

Aluminum foil covered paint pan. Toss foil when finished.

Money pot for the $5 Challenge

Make a "candle-jar" for your emergency supplies!

These nautical handcrafted lanterns can be made with everyday household items and a few simple knots. This how-to is from TV crafter Kirsten Earl of "The Martha Stewart Show."

Another pinner said: I wish I had seen this years ago!! Tape before caulking. Smooth out with finger. Then peel off the tape immediately, before it dries.

Throughout the year, write down memories that make you smile. On New Years Eve, open and re-read all of the good stuff that made the year wonderful.

Start the year with an empty jar & fill it with notes about good things that happen. On New Years Eve, read all the notes to reminisce about happy memories that year. From Simply Me Just Be from Homestead Survival.

How To Make Fairies In A Jar This is something everyone will love you can just imagine the look on your childs face when they see this and its something they will never forget so its worth a little work on this one. FAIRIES IN A JAR DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

no more searching for the basics - BRILLIANT

cut open glow sticks and pour them out. They last longer if you have a lid on the jar.

DIY Snowman Jars For Christmas Gifts Snowman made from a baby food jar. The top jar is filled with marshmallows. The middle jar is filled with hot chocolate mix. The bottom jar is filled with mints-- I need to remember this for Christmas gift!

vacation memory jar

Chalkboard paint glass jar labels

How to make your words into a shape using Microsoft Word.

I love this idea! Possible teacher appreciation gifts.