Easy Glass String Jar

I love discovering new ways of storing and organizing craft supplies. Recently, inspired by Whisker Graphics idea for storing Divine Twine in sugar jars, I pulled out some old peanut butter jars with colorful lids that I already had on hand and made a few dispensers of my own. You can find the instructions over on my SC Johnson Family Economics post.

Disclosure: I am a paid blogger for SC Johnson.

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10 Responses to Easy Glass String Jar

  1. #1 - teresa says:

    I so need this- thanks for the tip.

  2. #2 - Pam Fairchild says:

    You are soooo smart, great idea with the rivet!

  3. #3 - Sharon H says:

    Great idea that I’ve got to try! Thanks!

  4. #4 - Tonje says:

    That is such a great idea! Thank you!

  5. #5 - Momma Mindy says:

    As always, you inspire me. I have several vintage food jars needing to be put to use, and now I know what to do. The other day I was crafting mint tins into cute storage tins. I needed an idea and thought, “What would Cathe do?” It worked. I came up with a cute solution using something vintage I have on hand. Thank you for sharing your talents and your gifts.

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  7. #7 - Sharon says:

    This is SO clever. I LOVE

  8. #8 - Sharon says:

    You are so clever. I love the vintage Skippy jar, too. Peanut butter is my favorite food group (*wink*)

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