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    Default Recycle those baby food jars. X-Post in Feeding Baby! of BABY BARGAINS book!

    I thought these two projects from Martha Stewart’s website are good ways to recycle those baby food jars. To prevent a toddler from unscrewing the lid, I would suggest hot-glue it to the jar. Also, please supervise closely in case of breakage.

    FIREWORKS IN A JAR
    http://www.marthastewart.com/page.jh...&layout=martha

    OCEAN IN A BOTTLE
    http://www.marthastewart.com/page.jh...&layout=martha

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    jhaud Guest

    Default RE: Recycle those baby food jars. X-Post in Feeding Baby! of BABY BARGAINS book!

    i've also started to collect lids. i am going to put pictures of family members on the insides and then put them in an empty canister (probably a plastic coffee can with a hole cut in lid big enough for the jar lids). i may or may not decorate the outside of the lids... or write the name. we live far from family, so i'm hoping to keep faces familiar for dd and help her learn who's who.


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    Dcclerk is offline Sapphire level (2000+ posts)
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    Default RE: Recycle those baby food jars. X-Post in Feeding Baby! of BABY BARGAINS book!

    Thanks for sharing! I've saved a few jars because I was sure some project would exist, but had no idea what to do with them :)

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