14 Ways to Recycle Baby Food Jars

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If you have a baby in the house, you probably have an abundance of baby food jars. You could toss them but a more earth-friendly idea aside from dropping those tiny glass jars at the recycling center would be to reuse them.

Here are some ideas I have on my Baby Food Jars board on Pinterest ~

1. Baby Shower Favor from New Life on a Homestead

2. Spice Jars from Frugal Decor Mom

3. Paint Saver from Real Simple

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4. Pie in a Jar from Green Wedding Shoes

5. Snow Globes from Parenting

6. Hummingbird Feeder from My Hummers

7. Pin Cushion Sewing Kit from Cut Out & Keep

8. Homemade Butter from Quirky Momma

9. Hanging Vases from Good Housekeeping

crafts to reuse baby food jars

10. Cute Gift Containers from eHow

11. Cake in a Jar from Rook No. 17

12. Fabric-wrapped Candles from Prudent Baby

13. Epsom Salt Votives from Crafts by Amanda

14. For Homemade Bath Salts from Mama Drama

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Do you have any unique ideas for leftover baby food jars?

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  1. Lynn Benner says:

    Ugh! Tried to follow your Pinterest site only to have the site tell me my cell phone is “running a bot” repeated emails to Pinterest have gone unanswered.

  2. You can also use old baby food jars to start an herb garden. You place a seed in a jar filled with potting soil and once it grows to where you see the roots on the sides of the jar carefully soften the soil with water and pull out the plant, transplanting it into something bigger. Is great if you want to grow them and live in an apartment.

  3. You can also use old baby food jars to start an herb garden. You place a seed in a jar filled with potting soil and once it grows to where you see the roots on the sides of the jar carefully soften the soil with water and pull out the plant, transplanting it into something bigger. Is great if you want to grow them and live in an apartment.

  4. I think these are great ideas, we often clean ours out and put them in the garage to store nuts, bolts, and small parts in.

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