(If you are looking for this week’s Barn Hop, it’s directly below this post!)
In case you missed it, I was thrilled to be featured on Cheeseslave’s Real Food Kitchen Tours last week. Many of you commented on the photo of my spice drawer where I keep my herbs and spices in half pint mason jars for better organization.
Well, today I’m over at The Better Mom giving you some tips and how-tos to make your own colorful spice drawer.
It’s a quick little craft project that makes cooking with your favorite herbs and spices a breeze. Head on over and check it out!
Heather :) :) :) says
I was admiring these spice jars, too 🙂 🙂 I’m going to save this in my favorites, so I can look at it later 😉 🙂
Oh, I was curious, have you ever tried making fermented vegetables? I’ve heard they’re good for you..and i’m going to start making some 🙂
Have a great week. Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather 😉
Hey Miss Heather,
I always enjoy your cheerful comments. Thanks for being a regular reader. 😉
I haven’t really ventured in the world of fermented veggies yet, but you are right- they are very good for you! You’ll have to let me know how they turn out for you. Good luck!
Wondering if you have the same problem I do – the inside of the lids coming off when opening the jars. I am wondering if it would be a good idea to glue them on?
I just completed my project of transferring every spice, seasoning & baking dry goods into matching jars. I love the jelly jars for my bulk spices, as I want to buy smaller amounts for freshness. I prefer the lid & ring because it really seals well, and keeps things fresher.
Jill Winger says
Yay for you Dawne! It really is a fun project– and so cute, too. 🙂
I have found that the 1/2 gallon canning jars work great in the bathroom for toothbrushes. Who wants new toothbrushes “floating” around in the bathroom cabinet. Since that day of discovery I store everything in glass jars. 🙂 Love your website!
Jill Winger says
You just really can’t go wrong with glass jars– even for toothbrushes! 🙂