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What can be done with empty baby food jars?
 
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Lots of fun projects here
http://thriftygifty.blogspot.c...t-of-empty-baby.html
You can also search on Pinterest. Tons of stuff there!
 
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That site left out probably the thing that has been done with those jars the most over the years.

http://www.bing.com/images/sea...ew+storage&FORM=IGRE

The 5th row down, fist picture & 3rd picture!

And the instructions from Ehow...

http://www.ehow.com/how_772382...crew-organizers.html

And then there is this thingy on pinterest...

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/81698180710559143/

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You can also recycle them.


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Lots of great ideas on that blog site. There are tons of uses for those small jars. You can stash anything from office supplies (clips, rubber bands, mailing labels, stamps, small post it's, tacks, etc.) to hardware supplies (nails, screws, washers, nuts, bolts, leftover paints, brads, etc,) to kitchen related items (spices, rubs, herbs, sprinkles, etc.) to bath related items (Qtips, swabs, bath salts or bubbles, etc.) to craft/sewing supplies (bobbins, buttons, glitter, beads, etc.). Use chalk paint to ID some, attach magnets to display others, use them as votives with some embellishments, etc. Etc.
 
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