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Kilner® jars are more versatile than you may think! Alongside being used in the traditional way for preserving, the humble Kilner® jar can be transformed into a decorative vase, a handy soap dispenser and even a sewing kit! If you have any other uses for our jars or bottles we would love to hear about them. Simply upload them to our social media pages along with an image of your creation. The best ones may even make it onto our website!

Spooky Halloween Kilner® Jars

Spooky Halloween Kilner® Jars

With Halloween fast approaching, why not use Kilner® jars as the perfect Halloween decoration. They can be used for a variety of scary and spooky ideas. Kilner® jars make great background props just fill with water and food colouring then add fake spiders, bats, body parts or any other creepy things. Guaranteed to send a shiver down your guests’ spines!

Kilner® jars also make great gift ideas which are perfect for your upcoming Halloween party. Try out our latest craft idea and make your own scary jar and fill with sweets, simply follow the instructions below.

Have a great Halloween!

Equipment:

  • 4 x 500ml Kilner® Preserve Jars
  • Orange, red, green, purple and black acrylic paint or spray paint
  • Scissors
  • Black marker pen
  • Wire
  • Wire cutters

Step 1
Take each jar and unscrew the lid. Discard the seal and paint the screw lid black and leave to dry. If you are using spray paint always ensure you use the spray in a well ventilated area.

Step 2
Paint or spray each jar in red, green, purple and orange and leave to dry.

Step 3
When jars and lids are dry, screw the lid back on.

Step 4
Now make a handle with the wire:

  • Cut 2 pieces of wire 30cm in length
  • Take one piece of wire and wrap it all the way around the neck of the jar, just below the screw lid.
  • Before securing in place, make an upside down U shape out of the second piece of wire and place it over the jar as the handle, sliding the 2 loose ends of wire through the gap between the jar and the first piece of wire.
  • Secure the first piece of wire into place as tightly as possible by twisting the two loose ends of wire around each other as close to the jar as possible. Once secure, use the wire cutters to cut any excess wire.
  • Secure the second piece of wire into a handle shape by twisting the loose ends of the U shape around the handle. Use the wire cutters to cut any excess wire.

Step 5
Print and cut out the 4 stencils download here.

Step 6
Secure a different stencil to each jar using blu tac. Draw around the outline with the black marker pen, remove the stencil from the jar and fill in the outline with the marker.

Step 7
Fill your jars with sweets or a candle. That's it your Halloween jars are now complete!

Kilner® Jars are Frightfully Good for Halloween

Kilner® Jars are Frightfully Good for Halloween

Kilner® jars are perfect for Halloween crafts and decorations.

Make mummified lantern jars for the little ones.

Mummy Lantern Jars
by Kevin Chambers-Paston October 12 2014

Cute mummified lanterns, great as a Halloween display or a party centrepiece.

Materials:

  • 1l Kilner® Jar
  • A stretch bandage (approx 5cm x 4m stretched length)
  • A pair of googly eyes
  • 1 teabag (optional)
  • Fake blood (optional)
  • Craft glue

Step 1
If you want your mummy to have a stained effect, brew the teabag in a small amount of boiling water and allow to cool completely. Dip the bandage in the tea and squeeze out the excess before unravelling and leaving to dry.

Step 2
Starting at the bottom, wind the bandage up the jar until it is completely covered. Tuck the top and bottom in, the tension of the bandage should keep it in place.

Step 3
Add the googly eyes with some craft glue and leave to dry.

Step 4
If desired, fake blood can now be added. You could also dab or rub the bandage with the teabag to develop some darker staining.

Step 5
Leave to dry completely before popping in a battery-operated tealight and enjoy!

Happy Halloween, Love Kilner

Kilner® Herb Jars

Kilner® Herb Jars

Give old Kilner® jars a new purpose by using them as herb pots. They will look great in your kitchen and will be within easy reach when cooking.

You will need:

Step 1
Remove the lid from the jar and place some small stones at the base of your jar to help with drainage.

Step 2
Fill the jar half way with compost/ potting mix then fit the screw band back on the jar.

Step 3
Carefully place your herb plant in the jar and surround with more compost.

Step 4
Water your herb plant so that the compost is damp but not saturated.

Step 5
Tie some raffia, brown string or ribbon around the neck of the jar for decoration and add a label, we used the Kilner® Chalk Labelling Set.

Step 6
Place it in a sunny spot near a window.

Kilner® Jar Terrarium

Kilner® Jar Terrarium

These on trend terrariums will make a great gift and are perfect for bringing a touch of the outdoors into your home.

To make your very own Kilner® Jar Terrarium, you will need:

  • Your choice of Kilner® jar
  • Small stones
  • Activated charcoal
  • Potting soil
  • Sand
  • Waterproof ornaments/ trinkets
  • Small plants

Step 1
Pour a 1 inch base of small-medium sized rocks on the bottom of the jar for drainage.

Step 2
Next add an even layer of activated charcoal which acts as a natural filter to absorb toxins, remove impurities and rotten soil smells.

Step 3
Add the potting soil. If using cactus or succulent plants, make sure that you add some sand or small rocks as these plants require good draining soil. Only fill the jar ¼ full with soil to leave room for the plants to grow.

Step 4
Gently shake off any loose soil from the roots of your plants and bury them into the terrarium soil so the base of the plants are even with the top of the soil. Pack soil around each plant to hold it into position. Don’t overcrowd your terrarium, leave space for air to flow around each plant.

Step 5
Next add your top dressing décor of mixed size rocks, dried mosses, driftwood, crystals or waterproof trinkets. Again, don’t overcrowd your terrarium with décor, leave some space for the plants to grow and still have good air flow.

Step 6
Water only when soil becomes dried out and light brown in colour. Water sparingly, careful not to oversaturate the soil. Check terrariums weekly and remove any dead leaves promptly.

Hints & Tips

  • Succulents and cacti are best planted in vessels with good airflow and less soil room. They also require full sun exposure.
  • Tropical plants like ferns and mosses can grow in low light and are best in terrariums with lids since they love humidity. They also require more space as they grow quickly.
  • Air plants are the most versatile since they don’t require soil, they prefer indirect light but can also handle low light to full sun. They are called air plants because they absorb moisture through their leaves and only require misting or soaking weekly. Air plants are slow growing so you can use them in small vessels.
  • For air plant terrariums, follow the same steps except don’t use soil or charcoal. You can use rocks as a base, or sand and shells. For care, we recommend removing the plants from the terrarium and soaking them in a bowl of distilled water for 5 minutes before returning them to the terrarium. Leave the lid open so that they dry out within a few hours of watering, this will stop them from rotting.
  • Succulent and cactus Kilner® terrariums only require watering once a month. Taking the lids off every day to allow air flow would also be beneficial.
  • The air plant terrarium and the tropical plant terrarium will be fine with the lids on the majority of the time and with monthly watering.

Thanks to Sarah Gies and Eric Gibson at Axis Mundi Artistry for this tutorial and images. Axis Mundi Artistry

Download Kilner® Jar Terrarium PDF

Kilner® Easter Bunny Jar

Kilner® Easter Bunny Jar

Handmade gifts are eggstra special! Make your very own hand-painted Easter jar which is perfect for filling with mini chocolate eggs!

You will need:

  • A 0.85 litre/ 28.7 fl oz Kilner® push top jar
  • Your choice of coloured spray paint
  • Ribbon
  • A piece of paper
  • Cardboard or newspaper
  • Scissors
  • Blutack

Step 1
Draw the template of a bunny on a piece of paper and cut out using scissors (you can find downloadable templates on the internet)

Step 2
Make sure that your jar is clean and dry, then stick on the bunny template using blutack.

Step 3
Place your jar lip side down on a piece of cardboard or newspaper. Spray your preferred choice of coloured paint onto the jar, ensuring you start at the top and work your way downwards. *Make sure that you get an adult to help with this and spray the paint in a well- ventilated area.

Step 4
After the first coat has been applied, check that there is an even covering of paint on your jars. If there appears to be some gaps then a second coat of paint can be applied.

Step 5
Leave your painted Kilner® jar in a well-ventilated area and allow to dry. This will normally take between 16 – 24 hours. Once dry you can gently remove the bunny template.

Step 6
Fill with your choice of Easter treats. To complete the look, tie a coloured ribbon around the top of the jar.

Kilner® Easter Bunny Bottles

Kilner® Easter Bunny Bottles

These Kilner® Easter Bunny Milk bottles are a fun way of serving drinks this Easter!

You will need:

  • 1/3rd Pint (189ml) Kilner® Small Milk Bottle
  • Ribbon
  • 1 piece of white card
  • 1 piece of pink card
  • Scissors
  • Double sided tape
  • Glue stick

Step 1
Draw a pair of bunny ears onto your piece of white card and cut out (you can download a template on the internet).

Step 2
Draw a slightly smaller bunny ear shape on the pink card and cut out. Stick the pink shape onto the white bunny ears using a glue stick.

Step 3
Fold the base of the bunny ears back slightly and stick them onto the lid of the bottle using double sided tape.

Step 4
Tie a coloured ribbon around the neck of the bottle and fill with your choice of drink.

Kilner® Vase

Kilner® Vase

Make this eye catching homemade vase by using a Kilner® 0.5L preserve jar with lid. Ideal as a table decoration for when you are entertaining or a perfect gift for friends and family.

To make your very own Kilner® vase, you will need:

  • A 0.5 litre Kilner® preserve jar (with screw top lid)
  • Your choice of coloured spray paint
  • Cardboard or newspaper

Step 1
Before you start, make sure your jar is empty and dry. Place your jar lip side down on a piece of cardboard or newspaper.

Step 2
Spray your preferred choice of coloured paint onto your jar, ensuring you start at the top and work you way downwards.

Step 3
After the first coat has been applied, check that there is an even covering of paint on your jars. If there appears to be some gaps then a second coat of paint can be applied.

Step 4
Leave your painted Kilner® jar in a well ventilated area and allow to dry. This will normally take between 16 – 24 hours.

Step 5
Once dry, screw the lid back on, add water and complete your homemade vase by adding your favourite flowers.

For further inspiration visit Tilly & Sage

Soothing Homemade Sleep Balm

Soothing Homemade Sleep Balm

Feel on top of the world after a great nights sleep! Try this lovely recipe for a homemade sleep balm, with soothing lavender and essential oils. Just place it on your temples, forehead and wrists to help you to drift off. The texture is great for spreading and blends easily into the skin. Keep it fresh by storing in a Kilner® clip top jar.

Recipe:

  • 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil (not toasted)
  • 1 tablespoon beeswax
  • 1/4 teaspoon lavender (15 drops)
  • 1/8 teaspoon tangerine (10 drops)
  • 1/8 teaspoon sandalwood essential oil (10 drops)
  • 1/8 teaspoon rosewood essential oil (10 drops)

Step 1
Place a heatproof container inside a small pan.

Step 2
Fill the pot with 1 to 2 inches of water, until it is halfway up the side of your glass jar.

Step 3
Put olive oil, sesame oil and beeswax in the glass jar. Bring the water to a gentle boil.

Step 4
Using a wooden stirrer such as a chopstick, stir the oils around gently until they have fully melted.

Step 5
Remove the pot from heat. Add the essential oils to the melted blend. Gently stir with your wooden utensil until the essential oils are completely incorporated.

Step 6
Pour the oil mixture into a Kilner® Clip Top Jar.

Step 7
Allow to cool, then close the jar and label.

Step 8
Rub on temples, forehead, hands, wrists or even under your nose at bedtimes.

Step 9
Salve is most potent within 6-8 months of making it.

Recipe from: http://www.designsponge.com/2012/12/small-measures-sleep-salve.html#more-159686.

Mother's Day Glitter Globe

Mother's Day Glitter Globe

Make mum a glitter globe with a memory inside or help the kids make one for gran!

    You will need:

    • 370ml Kilner® twist top jar (Any size of jar can be used, you will just need to find a picture to fit that size)
    • 2 images (Width 5.5cm x Height 10cm)
    • Glitter
    • Clear tape (or a laminator works best)
    • Scissors
    • Hot glue gun and glue gun sticks
    • Glue stick
    • Water (370 ml)
    • Glycerine
    • Gold Spray Paint (option for lid decoration)

    Step 1
    Cut out your images to roughly 5.5cm x 10cm.

    Step 2
    Stick them back to back using a glue stick.

    Step 3
    Laminate/Tape the images to protect them from the water.

    Step 4
    Using the hot glue gun, stick the laminated picture to the lid so that it doesn’t move around. Leave to dry for 2 hours (Kids, get help from an adult before using a hot glue gun).

    Step 5
    Fill the jar with around 90% water. Add a dash of glycerin and a generous pinch of glitter.

    Step 6
    Tightly seal the lid with the hot glue gun around the thread for extra no-leak protection.

Kilner® Sewing Kit

Kilner® Sewing Kit

The Kilner® sewing kit is simply a Kilner® 1 litre jar with the screw top lid. Not only can you contain your sewing tools – such as needles, buttons, cotton rolls etc but you can turn the top part of the lid into a useful pin cushion.

To make a Kilner® sewing kit you will need:

  • A Kilner® 1 litre preserve jar (with screw top lid)
  • Circular piece of fabric 2" wider than the jar lid
  • Polyester wadding
  • Glue Gun

Step 1
Take the lid off the jar and remove the central disc. Place the circular disc onto your piece of card and draw around the edge. Cut out and place to one side.

Step 2
Make a dome shape out of polyester wadding and enclose it in the centre of the fabric.

Step 3
Push the fabric stuffed dome shape through the opening in the lid (from the underneath of the lid), to create a smooth dome top for your pincushion surface.

Step 4
Place the circular piece of card on top of the wadding and pull the edges of the fabric over. Glue the fabric into place.

Step 5
Glue the metal disc on top of the card so that it creates a neat finish.

Step 6
Fill your jar with your sewing equipment and screw the lid back on.

Kilner® Soap Dispenser

Kilner® Soap Dispenser

Give your kitchen some style with this Kilner® soap dispenser.

To make your Kilner® soap dispenser you will need:

  • A Kilner® 1 litre preserve jar (with screw top lid)
  • Soap bottle
  • All purpose glue
  • Screwdriver
  • Hammer

Step 1
Remove the pump from the soap bottle and wash thoroughly to remove any soap left in the pump.

Step 2
Place the lid on your jar and make a mark in the centre of the lid.

Step 3
Place a screwdriver on your centred mark and using a hammer, tap the screwdriver until it pierces through the lid. Continue to make holes until you create a hole just large enough to fit the pump inside.

Step 4
Check that your pump is the right length for the jar. If not then trim the end until the pump sits just above the bottom of the jar.

Step 5
Attach the pump to the lid by applying glue to the underside of the lid all around the pump. Leave to dry for at least 12 hours.

Step 6
Your soap dispenser is now ready to be filled with your soap.

Reindeer Chocolate Gift Jar

Reindeer Chocolate Gift Jar

This cute reindeer jar will make a great gift this Christmas! You can use any size jar that you like but we used a Kilner® 1 litre preserve jar.

  • Cut some brown felt to surround the body of the jar (height 45mm x 75mm length).
  • Stick the felt to the jar with fabric glue
  • Stick 2 googly eyes onto the brown felt
  • Cut a circular piece of red felt out for Rudolf’s nose and stick on with fabric glue
  • Punch 2 holes in the preserve lid and place in 2 Brown Pipe Cleaners to each hole to make antlers
  • Decorate the lid with 230mm of ribbon
  • Add a gift tag to the antlers
  • Pour in the chocolates of your choice
Kilner® Christmas Lanterns

Kilner® Christmas Lanterns

Transform your jar in a few simple steps to make a magical glow around your home this Christmas.

Step 1
Remove the screw band and metal seal from your Kilner® preserve jar and cover the jar in 'snow spray' (available at most craft shops).

Step 2
Print off and cut out a stencil of a town or Christmas setting (Tip: search “Christmas scene silhouettes” on Google.)

Step 3
Cut out and stick the silhouette to your jar with adhesive spray. (Ask an adult to help you!)

Step 4
Place a battery powered tea light inside the jar then place the screw band back onto the jar.

Kilner® Snow Globe

Kilner® Snow Globe

Christmas is an expensive time of year so rather than spend a small fortune on Christmas decorations why not have a go at creating your own! This festive snow globe is easy to make yet looks great and can also be given as a gift. Simply follow these instructions:

You will need:
  • A Kilner® preserve or screw top jar (we used the 0.5 litre)
  • A Christmas figurine (try to use plastic or ceramic figures as metal will rust)
  • Glitter or fake snow
  • 500ml baby oil
  • Adhesive sealant

Step 1
Remove the lid from the jar and turn upside down. Apply adhesive sealant to the bottom of the figurine and press it down onto the lid. Hold it in place for a few seconds until it is stuck firmly in place. Leave to dry for a couple of hours.

Step 2
Tip the glitter or fake snow into the jar, its up to you how much you want to use. Pour the baby oil into the jar and keep going until it reaches the top.

Step 3
Place the lid back onto the top of the jar and tighten. Turn the jar upside down and watch the snow fall!

Christmas Gingerbread Biscuits

Christmas Gingerbread Biscuits

These tasty gingerbread shortbread biscuits are simple and fun to make, also being a great Christmas gift for someone special.

You will need:
  • 325g plain flour
  • 200g chilled salted butter
  • 125g golden caster sugar
  • 2 tsp ground ginger
  • 2 large free range egg yolks
  • White writing icing tube

Step 1
Tip the flour into a flour processor. Cut the butter into small pieces and drop them into the bowl, then blend until the mixture looks like breadcrumbs.

Step 2
Add the sugar, ginger and egg yolks and blend into a small dough.

Step 3
Transfer the stars onto a lightly greased baking tray and bake in the oven for 10-12 minutes until golden brown. Once cooled you can decorate your biscuits with icing.

Step 4
Finally, place your finished biscuits into clean Kilner® jars. Finish the gift with a ribbon and gift tag.

Christmas Lantern

Christmas Lantern

Here at Kilner® we are getting into the festive spirit! We have made a snowy lantern, which is ideal for your table at Christmas or placed in a window.

Here is how we made it; you will need:

  • Kilner® 0.5 litre preserve jar with the disc removed
  • Snow spray
  • Battery operated tea light
  • Ribbon of your choice
  • Scissors
  • Paper
  • Blu tack
  • Newspaper

Step 1
The first thing you need to do is cut out your stencil. You can use plain white paper and pick any design you wish. We are making a star lantern and have cut the star out 5cm x 5cm.

Step 2
Using blu tak secure the star to your jar.

Step 3
Place a piece of newspaper on a work surface for protection and place your jar neck side onto the newspaper. You are now ready to spray your jar with snow spray. Make sure you get an even covering.

Step 4
Once dry, carefully remove the star stencil from the glass. Cut a piece of ribbon 35cm in length and tie around the neck of the jar to form a bow.

Step 5
Add your tea battery light. Your jar is now complete! Place your finished lantern on your table for Christmas.

Magic Key Kilner® Tutorial

Magic Key Kilner® Tutorial

With Christmas fast approaching we have put together a tutorial for the kids to make their very own Santa key! Simply download the attached template and follow the step-by-step instructions below!

Materials:

  • Kilner® 0.5 litre screw top preserve jar
  • Pair of scissors
  • Pencil
  • Green, white and red card
  • Gold or bronze glitter card
  • Offcuts of various coloured card (for the presents)
  • Glue stick
  • Sticky foam pads
  • Holepunch
  • Christmas ribbon
  • Template

Step 1
Creating the magic key. Using the key template provided, draw the outline of each key onto your bronze or gold glitter card. Safely cut out the template and glue both sides together making a double sided key.

Step 2
For Father Christmas to know the key is intended for him, we need to give our magic key a Father Christmas hat. You can either design your own, or use the template provided.

Cut out the shape of the hat using the red card and add some fluffy white detail, using the white card. Do this with both templates, as you want it to be double sided again.

Once complete, stick each side of the hat to the front and back of the key.

Your magic key is complete!

Step 3
Your magic key needs to be placed in a jar, that only Father Christmas has the power to open. We need to make sure it is decorated and looks festive, so he knows where to look.

We start by cutting out 12 Christmas trees. They should be no bigger than 7cm. There is a template provided and if using this, you should cut out 4 of each tree.

Fold each tree in half - this helps it shape to the jar. Then using your sticky foam pads stick the trees around the base of the jar. If you want to place them on first before securing them down, use a little blue tac to hold your design in place.

Step 4
Next we need to cover the bottom with snow. This helps to cover up any uneven trees! Using a piece of white card that is 30cm long, cut a wavy pattern along the top, making it look like uneven snow. This should be around 1cm wide.

Using your glue stick, glue the snow to the base of the trees.

Step 5
Using any coloured card offcuts you may have, cut out 12 mini presents. You can do as many or as little as you like, but for our design we stuck with 14.

Using a pen, draw on a ribbon onto your presents and then using your glue stick, stick them to the base of the trees and on top of the snow.

Step 6
Using a hole punch, punch a number of holes into your white card. When complete, take off the back of the hole punch and take out all the little circles of card inside.

Stick them around the jar using your sticky foam pads to look like falling snow.

Step 7
Put your key inside the jar and make a wish about what you hope to get from Father Christmas.

Step 8
Next you will need to write a note for Father Christmas. You should explain to him, that this key will allow him to get into your house safely so he can drop off your presents. We have included a template, but you can create your own by drawing around the one included using any card of your choice and writing on a message.

Using your hole punch, make a hole in the top, this will allow you to thread some ribbon through.

Screw on your jar lid and tie the ribbon and note around the top of the jar.

Final
Your Magic Key Kilner® Jar is now complete and can be left somewhere safe for Father Christmas to find on Christmas Eve.

Kilner® Valentines Day Glitter Jar

Kilner® Valentines Day Glitter Jar

Give your loved one a gorgeous home made glitter jar this Valentine’s day. They can be filled with their favourite sweets or chocolates or even a LED candle. Make a few in different sizes, place a LED candle or some pretty flowers in each to create a romantic atmosphere.

Small pink stripe jar

Step 1
Clean the surface of a 228ml twist top jar with a dry cloth

Step 2
Wrap some 5mm double sided sticky tape horizontally around the top of the jar to create a stripe

Step 3
Leave a 5mm gap and repeat step two

Step 4
Repeat steps 2 & 3 to the bottom of the jar

Step 5
Peel back the paper from the double sided tape

Step 6
Sprinkle pink glitter on to the double sided tape until covered

Step 7
Gently shake off any excess glitter

Red stripe jar

Step 1
Clean the surface of a 0.5 litre preserve jar with a dry cloth

Step 2
Using some 7mm double sided sticky tape create a vertical stripe from the top to the bottom of the jar

Step 3
Leave a 7mm gap and repeat step 2

Step 4
Repeat steps 2 & 3 around the jar

Step 5
Peel back the paper from the double sided tape

Step 6
Sprinkle red glitter on to the double sided tape until covered

Step 7
Gently shake off any excess glitter

Pink block jar

Step 1
Clean the surface of a 580ml twist top jar

Step 2
Using the ridges on the top and bottom of the jar as a guide apply some 2.5cm double sided sticky tape to create a horizontal stripe around the jar

Step 3
Repeat step two up until the bottom ridge leaving no gaps between the tape

Step 4
Sprinkle pink glitter all over the jar until all sticky tape is covered

Step 5
Gently shake off any excess glitter

Red heart jar

Step 1
Clean the surface of a 1 litre preserve jar with a dry cloth

Step 2
Cover the jar in PVA glue leaving a large heart shape at the front unglued

Step 3
Sprinkle red glitter all over the jar until covered

Step 4
Gently shake off any excess glitter

N.B. depending on how quickly the glue you are using dries steps 2 & 3 may need to be in stages

Pink mini hearts jar

Step 1
Clean the surface of a 0.25 litre preserve jar with a dry cloth

Step 2
Cover the jar in PVA glue leaving 8 small heart shapes around the jar unglued

Step 3
Sprinkle pink glitter all over the jar until covered

Step 4
Gently shake off any excess glitter

N.B. depending on how quickly the glue you are using dries steps 2 & 3 may need to be in stages

Kilner® Animal Storage Jar

Kilner® Animal Storage Jar

Great for kids to store all of their bits and bobs, this animal store jar is simple and fun to make.

To make your very own animal jar you will need:

  • A 1 litre Kilner® preserve jar with screw top lid (you can also use other jar sizes depending on what you want to store)
  • Plastic animals
  • All purpose glue
  • Your choice of coloured spray paint
  • Cardboard or newspaper

Step 1
Before you start, make sure your jar is empty and dry. Place your lid and animal on a piece of newspaper or cardboard.

Step 2
Spray your preferred choice of coloured spray paint onto the lid and then repeat for your chosen animal. Leave to dry for 16-24 hours. When spraying your lid and animal with paint, always ensure you are in a well ventilated area.

Step 3
Once completely dry, add small dabs of glue to the bottom of your animal’s feet and hold in place on the lid for a minute.

Step 4
Once the glue has dried, you can fill your jar and secure the lid.

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