20 Things to Do With All Those Leftover Glass Baby Food Jars
Recycling's great, but upcycling is both fun and productive! Baby food pouches may be slowly overtaking traditional glass jars when it comes to little ones' pureed food, but that doesn't mean the ubiquitous jars aren't taking up precious space on mama's countertop. Before dumping them in the recycle bin, check out some interesting ways the jars can live a second life — your counter and the environment will thank you!
With the addition of some construction paper, a few pipe cleaners, and some googly eyes (or Oriental Trading's little bug kit), baby food jars are easily transformed into bug-catching jars for just $13.
For arts and crafts projects, you can never have enough containers to house your paint. Baby food jars allow you to pour just the right amount, so tots don't waste an entire bottle when they inevitably mix the colors. Source: How We Montessori
Snow globes always seem to invoke thoughts of Winter, but there's no reason they can't be used year round! Over on Design Mom, Gabrielle Blair has a fabulous (and easy-to-follow) tutorial for creating these pint-sized snow globes! Source: Design Mom