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How to: Create DIY glass bottle vases for spring decorations in your home

20 April 2017
Tags: glass jars, craft, diy, vase

Now spring is here, many flowers are coming into bloom, and there is no better opportunity to brighten up your home or workplace with some inexpensive DIY glass bottle vases. These can be made to fit any environment and designed exactly to your taste.

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Get ready for Easter early with these homemade crafts

13 April 2017
Tags: glass jars, easter, craft

There’s something about Easter that makes everyone want to get crafty. Perhaps it’s the new season sunshine, the bright colours everywhere and the fact that everything starts to grow. Maybe it’s all the entertaining of family and friends that happens over Easter. Or it could be the arrival of the Easter holidays and the need to occupy the kids…whatever the reason, at this time more than any other, we often find ourselves looking around for used household items from which we can create something shiny and new.

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How to: Make your own granola

30 March 2017
Tags: how to, glass jars

It’s common knowledge that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Having a healthy breakfast fuels you for the day, gives you energy and aids concentration, as well as keeping your body healthy. However, only a third of people in the UK actually eat breakfast every day – with many people struggling to fit in a time to eat breakfast.

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Wedding decorations: Glass jars for wedding crafts part 2

10 March 2017
Tags: glass jars, wedding, craft

As we touched upon in our previous blog, there are many ways to use glass jars at your wedding or other celebrations. This can include for flowers, drinks or even candle holders, but there are unlimited options if you want to be creative. And what better way to reuse your old glass jars?

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How to: reuse glass jars for children's crafts

23 February 2017
Tags: how to, glass jars, craft

DIY crafts are a popular choice for parents as well as nurseries and primary schools to keep children busy and allow them to channel their creativity. This provides a fun activity as well as recycling used glass jars which may have previously been used for jams, pickles or other preserves.

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