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Sneak Peek – Koffmann’s Christmas 2011

 ideas to use ikea jars

Sneak Peek – Koffmann’s Christmas 2011 ideas to use ikea jars

Sneak Peek – Koffmann’s Christmas 2011 by Ken Marten via Flickr ideas to use ikea jars

Ikea always delights us with various intelligent designs that are practical and super functional. In addition, they produce a lot of cool things that can be used for a lot of things and even for crafting. Today I want to share some ideas for using IKEA glasses in your home. These are life hacks that will really get you going to IKEA and buying some glasses!

Use in the kitchen and in the pantry

The main purpose of such jars is to use them in the kitchen and pantry. They are perfect for storing dry food: flour, crackers, nuts, french fries, candy and so on. Label the glasses and keep your kitchen or pantry organized. You can also use them to store spices and create an entire spice rack with labels or a blackboard wall to write their names on. If the kitchen is small, chop the jars and let them hang: make holders for lids and fix them. Pickled vegetables can also be stored in IKEA jars and many other types of food!

Glasses as vases and planters

Any jar can easily become a convenient planter or pot for a small plant. Just take some soil and plant whatever you want, or add some water and place your flowers. With glasses you can even create an entire indoor or outdoor garden.

Bathroom storage

Attach your glasses to a rack or just put them there for convenient space for various bathroom accessories and other things. You can also put your glass on the edge of the bathtub and put soaps or sponges in there.

Home decor with IKEA glasses

Jars are perfect for decorations of various kinds: candle holders and lanterns, miniatures in a jar, snow globes and other things - everything that comes to mind is real! You can make these decorations with your kids and have great time together.

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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