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    Hello,

    I have 2 box's full of baby food jars. Does anyone know any crafts that I can do with them?


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    Lightbulb How about candles???

    I make container candles so thats the first thing that came to my mind. Baby food jars make great container candles. You can get most of the supplies you will need at your local craft store.
    You can decorate them with some raffia and a nice label. These are pretty and handy. Great for little gifts to friends and family.
    Good Luck! :-) Juniper

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    I hope these will help

    http://redrival.com/craftykid/babyfoodjars/index.shtml

    http://www.teachnet.com/lesson/art/babyfood042999.html

    http://www.thriftyfun.com/ThriftyGi..._index=tf000727

    http://familycrafts.about.com/libra.../blsandcand.htm

    http://www.roo.com/archive/bfj.htm


    Baby Food Jar Bunny
    You'll Need:
    Baby food Jar
    Glue
    Cotton balls
    Wiggly Eyes
    one big pom-pom
    one small pom-pom
    white or pink pipe cleaner


    Cover the baby food jar with cotton balls. Attach the eyes, small pom pom for the nose and the big one for the tail.
    Shape the pipe cleaner into bunny ears. Hot glue to attach to the lid. Place one last piece of cotton in between the ears.
    Tip: for a small gift or party favor, fill the jar with jelly beans.

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    WOW .... Thanks mommie2luvbug


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    Your welcome

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    This isn't baby jar in my pic, but i am sure you could so the same as I post using a baby jar.

    It's soil mix in a jar:

    http://www.craftideas.com/craftArticle/120

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    Chelle showed this one to me. It's very cute.

    http://www.makingfriends.com/potp_babyfood_jars.htm

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    You can make an ocean. Fill the jar about halfway with equal parts of water and oil (add a bit of blue food coloring to the water). Drop in a few small/tiny shells. Hot glue the lid onto the jar and tip the jar back and forth to watch the *ocean*.

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    hello,

    you could also make miniature water globes with the baby food jars.

    take care,
    wendy

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    Wow those are great ideas..

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    Thriftyfun.com is a great site! I bookmarked it for later. Thanks for posting that!

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