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Things to do with glass jars, bottles, etc.

Take glue and water, and brush the inside of mason jars. Adding water to Elmer’s glue helps it brush on easier. Add glitter of your choice to the inside of the jars, and roll/spin the jar around until the glitter coats the sides. Add a tea light after it dries, and voila!

Flatten glass bottles in a convection oven…to make cutting boards or small serving trays! Pin now read later

  • Angel Ica

    This will not work. These bottles are not made for slumping, and even glass that is made for slumping often requires a kiln

  • Sarah St. George

    If you follow the pin to the original source, even there it says it will not work. Even if it *would* work, the instructions call for leaving a bottle in a toaster oven for 2 hours then another 10-15 hours then another 15 hours followed by 5 more hours with the oven off. This will not work and who would want to run a toaster oven for so long? It can probably be ordered on-line.

  • Lauren Smith

    I am curios about what the cost would be for electricity...but i would LOVE to do this! my friend actually DID get this to work in a toaster oven last month-same method!

  • Lauren Smith

    p.s. its roughly .08-.12 per hr of toaster oven use on highest temp...SO your only looking at about $2-$4 dollars per bottle instead of paying $20-$30 (before shipping) offline

  • Angie Mills

    Lauren.....never heard of a toaster oven that gets above the 1000 degrees needed to slump glass bottles????

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Did you know? parmesan lids fit on canning jars! great for storing home-made spice mixes... or anything, really! #glassislife

50 crafty things to do with mason jars- fun!

Oh, how I wish I could find someone to make this for me, or even coach me on how to do one myself...