Oui – French style custard like yogurt is my new addiction! Let me be honest with you, I bought this yogurt because I was intrigued by its container… I couldn’t help to think about all projects that I can do with it. Later at home I discovered that this yogurt is seriously divine. I had no idea how delicious it is!…eating it from a jar feels so fancy.
But we are not here to talk about yogurt. We are here to be creative with a container that is yogurt packed in.
But first we need to clean them up, remove labels …. Have to tell you it is a task! I usually soak them for at least 30 min and all is coming off nicely without any glue marks
So now they are clean and ready for some fun!
You can turn these jars into the perfect centerpiece for your next party with small votive candle in it. Just wrap some twine/yarn and you are all done!
Cute container for your succulents
Dress it up with some charms and maybe wooden kickstand to add some height. Those wooden cutouts can be found at any Craft Store. I bought mine at Hobby Lobby
Since I am working already on my Etsy store stock for the holidays I decided to use my home made clay charms to decorate them with. Buffalo check fabric to cover their surface was no brainer choice for me. Love Buffalo check!
Looking at this picture I decided to do couple more in a opposite order to have a set of 3. Love odd sets of anything!
There are million and one ways to dress these jars and use them in your house
Turn them into serving dishes – Love to fill them up with jam/spreads at breakfast and even dipping sauces to serve with meat and veggies
You can even re-use them to store food as sauces, fruits or veggies…packed them in your lunch box . All you need is cap that you can find at Amazon by clicking HERE or on the Yoplait’s website
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