This fun craft will keep the kids entertained for hours.
Get the DIY tutorial at The Green Beagle.
This DIY baby food jar sewing kit is small enough to fit in your travel bag or can easily be kept in a drawer for quick mending.
Get the DIY tutorial at Momtastic.
The lids off baby food jars make awesome magnets. Design your own original collage, then seal and add magnetic backing.
Image via Laura Hartrich on Flickr.
These frosted baby food jars make the most magical luminaries. They're an elegant and beautiful addition to your home at wintertime.
Get the DIY tutorial at Crafts by Amanda.
Who doesn't love a little DIY beauty? A simple lemon sugar scrub and an empty baby food jar is all you need to make these gifts your friends will love.
Get the DIY tutorial at Momtastic.
Baby food jars make the cutest terrariums. This is a fun and easy craft project that allows for plenty of creativity and whimsy. (And it's a great project for the kiddos, too!)
Get the DIY tutorial at West Coast Crafty.
This is a super fun and colorful craft project for the kiddos. Warning: they're not edible, but they make for great centerpieces.
Get the DIY tutorial at Flax & Twine.
These rock candy maracas are the cutest thing ever. Baby food jars make dazzling musical instruments that are fun to play (but difficult for toddler hands to unscrew).
Get the DIY tutorial at The Outlaw Mom.
This Waldorf-inspired watercolor paint holder is a great way to use baby food jars. Use a Dremel to drill holes in a scrap of wood, and you've got yourself a mini paint studio.
Idea and photo via Coronita on Flickr.
Running our of wall and counter space? Try turning the underside of a cabinet into a magnetic board to display your buttons and other small baubles.
Get the DIY tutorial at Buttons & Butterflies.
Baby food jars and candle holders go hand in hand, it's true. And these frosted ones look positively angelic. This is the perfect DIY project if you happen to have a vibrating tumbler and some sand.
Idea and photo via Lisa Jordan on Flickr.
This delicious recipe looks completely adorable as individual servings in baby food jars, and it's super easy to make, too!
Get the recipe at Momtastic.
Store-bought bud vases can be costly and flimsy—make your own on the cheap with this mod tutorial from Apples & Onions.
Have an empty drawer? Spray the lids of empty jars with chalkboard spray paint to make each spice easily identifiable. It's a DIY and space-saver, all in one.
Get the DIY tutorial at Shelterness.
These apple jars are the perfect DIY gift for your favorite school teacher. Fill them up with candy for a sweet gift to end the school year.
Get the DIY tutorial at The 36th Avenue.
Who doesn't love a bit of mood lighting? Spray paint old baby food jars to upcycle them into cute DIY votive holders.
Image via juletty on Flickr.
Getting rid of recyclables while showing off your DIY prowess? Pure genius. Paint the lids and embellish the tops of your jars for a shabby chic look your friends will fawn over. Pick candy that coordinates (but doesn't match) for a truly Pinterest-worthy party.
Get the DIY tutorial at The Diva Dish.
Snow globes are the perfect DIY gift for friends and family. But skip the store—you won't believe how easy it is to make these at home.
Get the DIY tutorial at Craftaholics Anonymous.
If you're handy with a hammer, this baby food jar craft is just for you. Learn how to make it on Make Life Lovely.
Turn old baby food jars in to DIY storage units for all your kids' craft and art supplies.
Get the DIY tutorial at Monkey See, Monkey Do.
The best kind of crafts are ones you can eat. These cheesecakes are super portable, personalizable, AND pretty. Arrange a dessert table with fresh fruit compotes and let your guests dress them to taste. Best of all? No baking needed.
Get the recipe at I Am Baker.
Have a baby shower coming up? These DIY felt topiaries are the perfect addition for a little bit of nostalgia and wonder.
Get the DIY tutorial at Sugar Tot Designs.
Have old candles laying around? Melt and re-fashion them to give them new life.
Get the DIY tutorial at Dear Beautiful You.
Toss those bulky store shakers and make your own instead. Who knew baby jars could look so chic?
Get the DIY tutorial at Dream a Little Bigger.
For your little divas nothing less than this glittery goop will do. Make some for your kiddos and some to give away!
Get the DIY tutorial at The 36th Avenue,
Old school hummingbird feeders are so over. Make your own that's as chic as you with this tutorial from Birds & Blooms.
This no-flame nightlight uses a cheapie LED to brighten your kiddos' rooms!
Get the DIY tutorial at Nothing but Country.
Legos are awesome—until you step on one. Here's a Lego that (hopefully) won't be left underfoot.
Get the DIY tutorial at Handmade Charlotte.