What To Do With Empty Jam Jars | Glass Jars and Bottles
Posted by Adam Calcutt on
Jam jars come in all shapes and sizes for the purpose of housing your homemade jams, chutneys, sauces etc. in a clean, airtight container. But once that jam has been scoffed for the final time, you might want to find a creative use for it if you have spare containers in the home. Let us give you some inspiration:
Homemade Christmas Gifts
It is never too early to start thinking about Christmas presents! We also live in an age where handcrafting has garnered the respect it deserves so a homemade gift is a great choice if you want to show somebody you have put a lot of time, energy and thought into their present. Our extensive selection of jam jars provides you with the perfect base for an easily customised gift, from our funky hexagonal jars to our vase-worthy round jars, and more.
If you have the big day planned in for the calendar year or want to prepare with plenty of time to spare, our jam jars make for perfectly sized and delightfully quaint wedding favours. If you like to get creative in the kitchen, you could fill your jam jars with homemade honey before attaching a personalised label to each one so your guests will have a ‘sweet’ gift to take home.
Dry Food Storage
Jam Jars are attractive to the eye as they are compact in design and often adorned with colourful lids that enhance their appeal, so storing dry food such as sugar or lentils is a practical re-usage that allows you to feel comfortable re-using your jars for more food items should you want to in the future.
If this list has inspired you to order any more jam jars, lids or to discuss a bulk buying option, get in touch with a member of our team today.