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50 Ways To Re-Purpose & Reuse Glass Jars

50 Ways To Re-Purpose & Reuse Glass Jars
Whenever I come across an empty glass jar it is so hard for me to toss it in the recycling bin. {I know my craft room looks like {this} but I promise I’m not a pack rat} I just feel compelled to hold onto these versatile treasures – no matter what shape or size. {and yes I have bought the x-large jar of pickles a few times just so I could keep the cool jar} This weeks Saturday Inspiration post is packed with 50 different ways to reuse and re-purpose glass jars – I’m pretty sure that alone justifies keeping my hands on any jar that may come my way. If you follow along on facebook I shared a couple of these ideas I wanted to try a few weeks ago. Are you an empty jar collector?

http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2011/05/50-ways-to-re-purpose-and-reuse-glass-jars-saturday-inspiration-ideas.html

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