My niece saved a bunch of these baby food containers. The lids fit tight and they are great for storing a variety of things. I use them a lot to store my jewelry making supplies.
They come in two sizes and stack nicely.
These yogurt containers are great for pouring paint into for smaller projects, or Mod Podge when you don’t want to dip your dirty brush into the Mod Podge container (think glitter projects). You get the idea…
I make a lot of pincushions and buy the nice pearl head pins in the little containers (I always buy them when Jo-Ann Fabrics has their 50% off notions sales).
Anyway, they are also great for storing all sorts of jewelry findings and the lids stay on tightly as well.
The Mentos cylinder containers are perfect for storing various supplies like beads, buttons, hair elastics. I keep them tucked in the top drawer of my sewing desk.
and in my jewelry supplies tote.
They are great for on-the-go projects.
Mandarin orange cups are the perfect size for paint or glue too. I keep a few of them in the car and put my pug’s ice cream cone in them (he just gets a tiny cone!).
I found these vintage thumb tack containers at a garage sale and they are a great size for organizing all sorts of craft supplies.
And of course there’s always the old school glass baby food jar! We all know what to do with those!
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