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You don't have to spend a lot on new containers, just make your own and revamp what you've got.
Old glass jars can easily be reused to organize almost anything - pantry items, craft supplies, bathroom odds and ends. Includes how to cut those screws on the knobs so they fit properly.

Reuse Old Glass Jars for Bathroom Organization

Old glass jars can easily be reused to organize almost anything - pantry items, craft supplies, bathroom odds and ends. Includes how to cut those screws on the knobs so they fit properly. (Old Bottle Ideas)

DIY: Repurposed Etched Glass Spice Jars

DIY: Repurposed Etched Glass Spice Jars, but with baby food jars. Spices start losing their potency after three months or so, so bigger would be a waste.

T-shirt into Bags and other things to do with t-shirts #DIY

How to Makeover Your Oversize T-shirts

How To Make A No Sew T-Shirt Tote Bag In 10 Minutes. This no sew t-shirt tote bag made from old t-shirts can be whipped up in just ten minutes! It's perfect as a DIY tote or farmer's market bag.

How to remove labels from glass jars

How to Easily Remove Labels

The Best Way to remove labels is here! I am sharing how to easily remove labels using no chemicals at all! The magic ingredients are already in your pantry.

diy project: farmers’ market bags | Design*Sponge (ikea tea towels)

diy project // farmers’ market bags out of ikea tea towels or give new lift to old towels

Learn to make this washable market tote in only 30 minutes!  #StyleByAisle #PaintersStyle

DIY Market Tote Bag

Learn to make this washable market tote in only 30 minutes! Use Painters paint markers to decorate a plain bag and set it with an iron for a custom, DIY tote that fits your style.

Let's talk about reusable produce bags | @offbeathome

Stop using plastic baggies: replace them with this homemade reusable fabric alternative

When you've emptied a Morton Salt container, reserve the lid to retrofit a canning jar with the handy pourer. You can use it to dispense salt, sure, but also try filling it with spices, grains, or even glitter in the craft room. Get the tutorial at Donuts, Dresses, and Dirt »  - GoodHousekeeping.com

13 Brilliant Things You Can Do With Mason Jars


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