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Old 02-06-2008, 09:56 AM   #41
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these are such good ideas, thanks all!!
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Sorry this is so long but here's the recipe. It says they're good up to 6 months but I've never had them last 2 weeks.

Chocolate Jar Cakes

8 pint-sized wide-mouth canning jars (the kind with no shoulders)
1 stick plus 3 tablespoons unsalted butter
3 cups sugar
4 eggs
1 tablespoon vanilla
2 cups applesauce, unsweetened
3 cups flour
¾ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon baking powder
1/8 teaspoon salt

Pre-wash canning jars in hot, soapy water. Rinse well, dry, and let them come to room temperature. Grease insides of jars well. Beat together butter and half of the sugar until fluffy. Add eggs and remaining sugar, vanilla and applesauce. Sift dry ingredients together and add to the applesauce mixture a little at a time; beat well after addition.

Pour one cup of batter into each jar and carefully remove any batter from the rims. Place jars in a preheated 325-degree oven and bake for 40 minutes. While cakes are baking, bring a saucepan of water to a boil and carefully add jar lids. Remove pan from heat and keep lids hot until ready to use. When the cakes have finished baking, remove jars from oven. Make sure jar rims are clean. (If they’re not, jars will not seal correctly.) Place lids on jars, and screw rings on tightly. Jars will seal as they cool. Cakes will slide right out when ready to serve.

Unsealed jars should be stored in the refrigerator and eaten within 2 weeks. Sealed jars may be stored with other canned food or placed in a freezer. The cake is safe to eat as long as the jar remains vacuum-sealed and free from mold. For the best flavor, eat all canned cakes within 6 months.
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Have you seen the (Christmas) light sets "tossed" in a jar? I guess you would have to drill a hole for the plug. A teacher friend has one in her classroom. It could be fun to decorate and give as a gift...
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I spray painted the tops and use them to store my Prima flowers by color! Check it out: http://trudee.blogs.splitcoaststampe...007/07/01/252/
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Well my sister is getting married in July and she is using Mason jars all over for drinks, votive candles, etc.... you could donate them for a good cause of a wedding on a low budget..... jk.

Loving all the ideas here!!!
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Sorry this is so long but here's the recipe. It says they're good up to 6 months but I've never had them last 2 weeks.
TFS! Wow! I cannot wait to try this out! What fun way to deliver a birthday cake to my long distance family!
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You can purchase some chicken feeders and the mason jars screw right into them - I decoupaged this one and made a tag - fill jar with candy, screw the feeder onto the jar and flip over for a neat snack server. Here's a pic of one: only it's empty (I must have eaten all the treats

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If you enjoy warped humor, here's what I did: Bought a small cloth chicken and put it in a jar with uncooked egg noodles. Labeled it Chicken Noodle Soup and put a checkered cloth ''skirt'' on the lid. Did the same with a pig and some uncooked pintos - for pork and beans, of course. I gave these to friends I knew would appreciate them, and kept one of each for my pantry.

These were old jars that I was afraid to put food in.
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If you enjoy warped humor, here's what I did: Bought a small cloth chicken and put it in a jar with uncooked egg noodles. Labeled it Chicken Noodle Soup and put a checkered cloth ''skirt'' on the lid. Did the same with a pig and some uncooked pintos - for pork and beans, of course. I gave these to friends I knew would appreciate them, and kept one of each for my pantry.

These were old jars that I was afraid to put food in.
I so love warped humor and you made my day with you post thanks so much.
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Martha Stewart had an idea for a sewing kit in a jar:

http://www.marthastewart.com/good-th...g-kit-in-a-jar

I have these in my guest rooms. They are less cumbersome than your "whole sewing kit" and more convenient than little crappy mending kits.

Also a great gift for a bridal shower, college student or first apartment/ new home owner.

Neat idea... I showed it to my DD and she's going to do it as a 4H project...
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these are cute for halloween OR easter:

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...y/photo/390855

this one happens to list the ingrediants and all so I keep it in my favs.

I just added to my favorites too!!! What a neat idea!!!
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LOL! While you ladies are putting food in them...I store ribbon in them!

Great ideas! Thank you all
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I love all recipes.com Cowboy cookies!
With recycle jars my kids cover them in pretty napkins (just peel off the top layer) and use dilute Elmer's glue and give them to people with candy etc as gifts. We have done Halloween, fall leaves, hearts and I have a snowman sitting on the counter ready to be glued.
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Here is what I do with my jars...these are for hallwoeen but you could adapt them to any occasion and just fill with treats! Enjoy!

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I have been giving them away empty!

use a screwdriver and hammer and punch a coinslot in the lid...
alter to say any kind of "fund",
"You say College Fund, I say COLLAGE Fund"
"My Re-TIRE-ment Fund (but ANY kind of RUBBER will do)"
"Some people will waste money on any old silly thing... Thank Goodness, I have a HOBBY!"
"There is a fine line between hobby and illness"
"There is a fine line between hobby and addiction"
"There is a fine line between hobby and illness...the fine old line up at Micheal's!"

or use a nail to hammer in holes in the lid to make a flea circus, bug house, dustbunny sanctuary, missing button halfway house, sanity saver-"sprinkle sparingly", glitter shaker, ESPCA Center(EmbellishmentSanctuaryandProtectiveConstruc tionArtifact Center)
whatever suits your wacky sense of humour!

I also use the tipsheets for techniques or ways to use it lists and print them out "all perttied up"
Then slice them into strips to make I-jars(instead of ipod)
Inspiration Imagination Innovation & Idea Jars
alter as necessary or to match recipient's stamp room.

(like old fashioned "job jar" or a classic "honey-do"/ "power-putter" list/ Barrel of Monkeys(jokes) jar)

how's that for off the top of my head?

PS thanks for the cooked in a jar bread... I know some campers that need something cool like that !

and everyone can use it for their family emergency kit ...water, yumbread, batteries, mmmcake, Flashlight, mmmmuffins....candles, birthday-babyfoodjar-cupcakes....Radio, blankets, soupmix, gloves, flares, firewood, peeps smores....

yup.
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I use them to make cookie bouquets, so you could do a candy bouquet and stamp flowers to go on the outside of the candies.
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subscribing...I've never thrown a jar out yet and they make my DH nuts! I do can, but I also repurpose them as often as possible. I have a jar of daisies on the table in one now.
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Subscribing. There's some really creative ideas listed here.
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I have an addiction for them ! I have beautiful colored ones, that just hold flowers in my studio, some are used for my buttons, some are filled with bright fabric scraps, it's art all in itself! I love these jars!
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Subscribing....you ladies and your creativity never cease to amaze me.
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I love to put fresh flowers in them and give them as gifts...to teachers, girlfriends...etc. They are especially nice with simple flowers like daisy's, daffodils and tulips. I wrap the rim with a pretty ribbon, and make a tag to go along with it too.
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My mom has about 300 jars in her attic....she stocked up for Y2K just incase the world fell apart.
Guess I better pull some of those boxes down and start using some of these ideas

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OMG! After reading this thread, I dashed to the basement, and found a case of mason jars that I hadn't touched for years...but I knew I shouldn't throw them away, so now I have a million great ideas. You guys totally rock!!!
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What cool ideas!! Now I have to add my suggestions ...

Along with the layers "cookies in a jar", there are also cocoa mix and flavored coffee mix recipes out there for the smaller jars. I made tons one year for Christmas for teachers in our elementary school (I was hospitality coordinator).

In my bathroom, I have several antique jars with old buttons, spools of thread, sewing implements and even the small styrofoam balls wrapped in strips of calico fabrics and the small grapevine wreath balls. I also have a few with ribbon pieces and old marbles.

One of my favorites, though, is having some jars sitting on my antique oak refrigerator with photos sitting in the bottom. I took some of my favorite photos of my kids, printed them in black and white, then placed them in the bottom of the jars with small odds and ends down inside with them. In the book I got the idea from, they had beach photos with sand and small shells in the bottom of the jar.

Can you tell I have a few jars in the house??!?!?
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Here's a link to my blog where I've posted some of my "Captured Fairies".
I made collages of fairies using old photos, wings, etc and put them in jars with grass. Sorry they aren't the best pictures, it's hard to take a good one of a glass jar
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I have these in my guest rooms. They are less cumbersome than your "whole sewing kit" and more convenient than little crappy mending kits.

Also a great gift for a bridal shower, college student or first apartment/ new home owner.

I will close my eyes and pretend not to see Martha's name and say this idea has a lot of possibilites.

These would make great gifts.

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Subscribing! What a bunch of talented gals you all are!! I'm just drooling down here in south Texas!! WOWZA!!! TFS!
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I made collages of fairies using old photos, wings, etc and put them in jars with grass. Sorry they aren't the best pictures, it's hard to take a good one of a glass jar
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I just LOVE these!! I think they're gorgeous! (I'm a fairy lover too, as long as they're not too gothic and cartoonish - I like the ones that look like small people; like yours!)
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I've made chocolate cakes in the jars too. Since they have unsweetened applesauce I even think of them as a "healthy" treat (definitely a stretch but ...) and it's so easy my Girl Scout troop made them when they were Daisies.
Would you mind sharing the recipe? Please....
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OOOOPPPPPssssss I should have read until the end before replying. thanks for the recipe and for all of the great ideas.
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We always love to send cake in a jar to guys overseas. Now that rub ons have came out in SU, I have been going crazy decorating them!
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Very interesting thread. So many great ideas. You all are so talented.
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OK - who is coming to my house to explain to my husband why "we" can't throw out the jars he found in my mother's garage. I had already told him that we should ask if someone needed them and not just throw them out, however I daren't tell him there are projects I can do with them!
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