10 (Re)Uses: Glass Jars

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1. Memory jars Use clear, undecorated jars to display your favorite photos* and/or souvenirs. Larger jars can hold multiple items. 2. Candleholders Fill the bottom of the jar(s) with decorative stones, beads, or sand and use them to hold votives. These even make great luminaries to light your walkway or porch. 3. Vases Glass jars make great rustic flower vases. Tall, slender jars work best for single stems, and mason jars are great for small bouquets. Decorate them with raffia or ribbon, or use them as-is. 4. Bathroom storage Use jars with or without lids to hold bathroom essentials such as cotton swabs, cotton balls, and decorative soaps. Jars with lids are well suited to display pretty bath products like our homemade bath salts. 5. Kitchen storage Grains, beans, rice, flour, peppercorns, pasta, and...

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Project: Homemade Bath Salts

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  Bath products in the store are expensive and often chemical-laden.  On the contrary, our D-I-Y bath salts are natural, cheap, and easy to make!  Double the batch and you've got gifts for yourself and a friend. Bath Salts Use for 4 baths Ingredients 1/2 c. coarse all-natural sea salt 1/2 c. Epsom salt 10-20 drops of essential oil (any fragrance) Procedure Mix together. Store in an airtight container Note:  Adding soap coloring is an option, but it may contain unnatural additives.    ...

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