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Glow in the Dark Celestial Mason Jars

Glow in the Dark Celestial Mason Jars If you are looking for a way to brighten up an evening patio party or even entertain a group of squirrelly kids at a sleep over, this fun craft is just for you. With just a mason jar, glow in the dark paint, glue, and some glitter or …

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30 Wicked Ways to Use Mason Jars This Halloween

30 Wicked Ways to Use Mason Jars This Halloween Halloween can be great fun for all of the family, but if you are not careful it can get out of hand and become awfully expensive very quickly. It doesn’t have to though! Just like Christmas, Easter and birthdays, with a bit of creative thinking and …

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How To Test Home Canned Jars For Proper Sealing and Spoilage

How To Test Home Canned Jars For Proper Sealing and Spoilage Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our  PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. Home canning is an excellent way to preserve garden produce and share it with family and …

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Glass Crafts: How to Tint Bottles & Jars

Glass Crafts: How to Tint Bottles & Jars Looking for that next creative craft project? Check out these beautiful DIY tinted glass jars! You can turn those leftover ordinary looking bottles and jars into beautiful home decor pieces. Using any glass bottle or jar, you can create gorgeous tinted containers that will look delightful sitting …

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50 Ways to Reuse Your Old Glass Jars

50 Ways to Reuse Your Old Glass Jars How much stuff now come is a glass jar? In some cities, recycling glass bottles isn’t as simple as you might think. Instead of worrying about the problem, get creative by transforming them into some clever DIY project. Here are 50 ideas to get you started. Well …

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Chicken Pot Pie Made In Mason Jars

Chicken Pot Pie Made In Mason Jars I love the whole “pie in a jar” thing lately. Mason jars are safe and easy to cook with, and can handle a ton of heat just fine. Think of them as a re-shaped pyrex casserole dish and the possibilities become a whole lot more fun. A pot pie is …

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