Top Uses for Glass Jars This Winter.

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Winter is a season of cosy moments, warm beverages, and creative endeavours. With a dash of imagination and a sprinkle of resourcefulness, you can transform glass jars from us here at Glass Jars and Bottles into something to enhance your winter experience. In this post, we’ll explore our top uses for glass jars this winter.

 Homemade Winter Preserves

Winter is synonymous with citrus fruits, cranberries, and spices like cinnamon and cloves. Take advantage of the season’s bounty by making your own homemade winter preserves. Whether it’s a zesty marmalade or a spiced apple chutney, glass jars are the perfect vessels to store your delicious creations. Seal them tightly to preserve the flavours, and you’ll have a taste of winter all year round.

Candle Holders

As the days get shorter and darkness falls early, candles play a significant role in creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Transform your glass jars into rustic candle holders by placing a tea light or votive candle inside. The glass will amplify the soft, flickering light, casting a gentle glow throughout your space. Add some seasonal decorations like twine, pinecones, or dried leaves for a festive touch.

Soup Storage

Winter calls for hearty soups, stews, and chilis. If you find yourself cooking large batches, use glass jars to store individual servings. They’re freezer safe and allow you to easily see the contents. When you’re in the mood for a comforting bowl of homemade soup, simply defrost and heat the jar, and you’ll have a nutritious meal ready in no time.

Snow Globe Decorations

Glass jars are a key element in crafting your own snow globe decorations. Fill a jar with water, add a dash of glitter, and place small figurines or winter-themed trinkets inside. Seal the jar tightly, and you have your very own snow globe to shake and admire. These make for delightful seasonal decorations or thoughtful handmade gifts.

Homemade Sugar Scrubs

Winter weather can be harsh on your skin, but you can combat dryness with homemade sugar scrubs. Mix sugar, coconut oil, and your favourite essential oils in a glass jar to create a nourishing scrub.

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