4. Store nails, screws, or other hardware supplies.
5. Drill small air holes in the lid and let the kits catch bugs.
6. Flip the lid upside down for a candle holder or a container to hold small office supplies.
7. Use the bottom half for a pencil holder, or decoupage for a small flower vase.
8. Fill it with water, place the lid back on, and take it on the go for painting projects.
9. When the jar is down to the last bit, fill the jar with cut pieces of celery and take it camping or hiking.
10. Use the lid for a craft template.
11. Use the lid in the kitchen for cutting biscuits or cookie dough.
12. Store crayons or small colored pencils for taking kids projects on the go.
13. Use them to store dry cereal or other dry ingredients for home, for camping or other traveling. We crack eggs, pour them into jars and keep them in our ice cooler when camping. It's great for keeping cheese slices dry in an ice cooler as well.
14. . . . .will add more as we develop uses for them.