Make a gift of glass candle jars embellished with beads.
A scavenger hunt in a jar offers a new challenge each time you pick it up; another great craft from Spoonful.com
This perfect-for-any-age project uses glass jars to give a warm glow to your entry or mantel. You can punch letters, a snowflake pattern, or any other festive design.
Recycle jelly and sauce jars to hold all your little toys, item, and coins. Give your glass a new lease on life by making these adorable animal buddy jars to display in your room!
Create a sentimental time line of your summer travels with this classic keepsake.
Creative ways to reuse old jars.
After the required tape has been placed carefully on this candleholder, your artist can be as messy as she likes covering it with pumpkin-orange paint.
These pretty little flower gardens are perfect for Mother's Day, Grandparent's Day, birthdays, or just to celebrate springtime. Make one for your teacher, too!
Any empty jar will work for this fun and colorful project. Filling the bunny's belly with yummy jelly beans or other Easter candies will have everyone hopping for joy.
Made in Hamm's likeness out of a plastic jar, this portly piglet can be banked on to help your child save his pennies.
Here's a twist on the traditional snow globe: fabric flowers, plastic figures, and a pinch of glitter in a recycled jar celebrate the coming of the warmer season.
For a truly homemade, non-candy treat, what about jars full of organic creepy-clay?
Get an answer to "Will you be my valentine?" and any other yes-or-no question with this homemade version of the classic Magic 8 Ball.
Thanks to a sealed environment that traps moisture but lets in light, this self-contained mini greenhouse needs little care.
This snow globe sparkles as a party craft.
Check out what's living in the ground under your feet with this homemade version of a tool entomologists use.
This charming little jar is fun to make and pretty on display. Make just one for your table or a bunch to use as luminaries.
This lovely little vase is perfect for spring, Mother's Day, Grandparent's Day or any occasion that involves the beauty of flowers. This painted jar doubles as a keepsake as it's made with your child's fingerprints!
Explore some of the changes in the weather with a homemade barometer.
This darling little craft is made from recycled baby food jars, or any other type of jar you have sitting around collecting dust.
These jumbo Santa-red and snow-white candies come together quickly from jar lids, felt, and cellophane.
Help your child make a shining lantern to brighten the night -- and watch her glow with de-light.
Explore the concept of gratitude with kid-friendly Thanksgiving conversation starters.
Help Buzz travel "to infinity and beyond" with this rocket ship-shaped "star globe." Kids will love watching a galaxy of shimmering stars swirling inside their rockets.
Make them with glue, scissors and a hearty ho, ho, ho
Ward off cabin fever with activities and solutions that send boredom on the run
These egg cup tulip flowers are a classic spring craft with a slight twist. By adding contrasting colored tissue paper, you'll find these are pretty enough to display in a vase!
Here's a bright idea that will have your child glowing: filling a jar with a whole bunch of paper fireflies.
Layer Loot in a Jar
3 Things to Do With Jars
Baby Food Jar Garden
Easter Bunny Candy Holder
Handy Hamm Piggy Bank
Spring No-Snow Globe
Oracle of Love
Rainforest in a Jar
Craft a Winter Wonderland
Candy Corn Luminary
Fingerprint Flower Vase
This Little Light of Mine
Buzz's Rocket Globes
Jelly Bean Bowl
Dress Up a Candleholder
Egg Cup Tulips
Ray's Paper Fireflies
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