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41 Easy Things To Do With Mason Jars

1. Make an Oil Lamp Fill two-thirds of the jar with lamp oil and secure the lid. Place a cotton wick in the jar and let it sit for about one hour before lighting so the oil soaks up into the wick. Nail a hole into the lid and pull the wick about a quarter inch out of the hole. 2. Take the top out of the lid and replace with sandpaper. Another awesome string lights idea. 4. Click here for the full directions. 5. Metal picture hangers and pipe clamps attached to a piece of wood will hold your mason jars. 7. Glue plastic animals to the lids and paint. 8. Drill a hole into the top of a mason jar for cute, colorful yarn storage. 10. Is this not the most amazing idea? 11. This is an awesome idea if you’ve got stainless steel going on in your kitchen. 12. Nail lids into the bottom of a wooden shelf. 13. Fill with acrylic paint, and then let the paint drain out. You can also spray paint the insides for candy-colored vases. 14. Wrap the rim with twine and hang. 15. Or float tea lights in water. 16.

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