Fun with Mason Jars

February 6, 2014 at 2:30 pm Leave a comment

mason jars

  1. Bento-style container. Perfect for brown-bag lunches. Use a wide-mouth jar with plastic insert for dip, spread, or dressing. Insert comes from Kozy Shack reduced calorie pudding.
  2. Sippy cup for cold drinks. This is made by drilling a hole into a standard or wide-mouth lid and inserting a small rubber gasket to cover the sharp edges.
  3. Dry-pour spout. Cut the metal spout and surrounding cardboard from a box of salt and insert it into a standard rim. I’ve also seen it done with the spout from the top of a round salt box.
  4. Wet-pour spout. Cut the plastic spout and surrounding cardboard from a milk or juice carton and insert it into a standard rim.
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