Winter Apothecary Jar Ideas

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After taking down all my Christmas decorations, things were looking very plain around here. I didn’t want to leave my apothecary jars empty until Valentine’s Day, so I decided to do a winter display. I used fake snow (from Target), a candle decorated with ribbon (I used a hot glue gun to attach the ribbon) and tissue paper pom-poms (a Martha Stewart craft project). As usual, things did not go exactly as planned (working with tissue paper is so hard), but I am pleased with the results. It is not so easy to find all white fillers. I wanted white glittery snow flake ornaments, but could not find any that were the size I wanted. I am going to keep my eyes open so I can be ready for next year. “Snow” covered pinecones might be a thought for next year too.

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  1. J @ The Look 4 Less

    They look great! Very wintery.

  2. K~

    I love that! Mine are currently sitting empty but I did put v-day dec's up today cause the house looked naked! Can't wait to see your valentines ideas!

  3. *~Dani~*

    Looks wintery! I like the idea of snowflakes or snow covered pinecones.

    1. Wanda


      I have been looking for these exact jars. I need the one of the left that is wider at the top and more narrow at the bottom. My mother gave me the set and I accidently broke that one. She has since passed and I would like to find that jar instead by buying a new, different set. I am willing to purchase the set or just the one jar- whatever your preference. I look forward to hearing from you. I have looked everywhere for one of these.
      Thank you

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