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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Pretty Storage


I've seen several places online and on Pinterest, the idea
of storing cup cake liners in a mason jar.
I liked the idea, but since I had this old leaded glass 
canister with the silver lid, I thought I'd store
them all fancy shmancy like.
Yep, those are some snooty paper liners now! ha.


51 comments:

  1. Love that shiny silver lid!! And the cup cake liners are pretty too!! But the lid totally wins! Take care
    x

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    1. It needs some polish, but that's ok...I kind of like the tarnished look. :)

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  2. I have seen this done, also and yours looks great!

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    1. Thank you...I think the idea is everywhere!

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    1. Makes me want to bake some cup cakes!

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    2. Those two towels you made me are in that basket, Gloria! :)

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    3. Awww what swet Betsy ! I have to make for you others!
      xo

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    4. I go with my mom to a difficult exam today pray please:)
      See you later!

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    5. OK...praying right now. :) Send me a note so I know how she's doing. xo

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  4. What a gorgeous canister! I love the lid, and that old look.You won't be able to use plain liners anymore though. :)

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    1. Oh, I don't know...maybe the canister will help make plain white ones look good, too! ha. But I have a ton of papers to go through before I get to test that theory. lol...

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  5. Very pretty storage indeed!
    Cheers!
    Linda:o)

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  6. Looks very effective in your old glass cannister with the tanished silver lid.
    Trying to get some perspective on size. Are they sitting on a shelf or a kitchen worktop in which case they are very large - the washing behind suggests the w/t :)

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    1. It's a shelf on the kitchen wall. :)

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    2. Ahh! . . .I see so the jar is nowhere near as big as I thought. I do like it! :)

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  7. I LOVE the silver lid! Great cannister!

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    1. Pretty, huh! It was an auction find. :)

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  8. They look great in the glass container. It is fun to see the container and you always know how many papers that you have and can reach them quickly when it is time to bake for those boys.

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    1. All of that is true, yes...no guessing how many I have left! And it makes me want to bake something! yum!

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  9. Love that!! What a pretty canister- AND pretty cuppy cake liners!

    I have mine stored in a much-less-fancy glass w/lid and it's hidden in the pantry. I would love to have it out like yours, but the truth is my liners are very UGLY at the moment! Left-over, hideous Easter liners that I can't even remember why on earth I would have bought them! Maybe they were a hand out from a family member? Not sure, but I can't justify buying new ones until the ones I have are gone. I need to bake more muffins!

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    1. I got all those liners at Big Lots for a dollar a pack...throw those old ugly ones away! haha.

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    2. I'll do that! And I'll say you told me to!! ;)

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  10. very posh!! I have never saw so many pretty ones! I just made blueberry corn meal muffins today and those would have been lovely!! Beautiful canister too,

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    1. Oh, those muffins sound really good! What a great combination blueberry and cornmeal...I'm going to have to make those!

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  11. lol neat idea indeed
    Now they will never want to leave the jar being so snooty at your feed

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    1. snooty indeed, and their heads might swell,
      getting them stuck in there as well!

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  12. That is such a great idea. Very colorful and decretive.

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  13. beautiful photo! I like the jar and the glass eggs and the basket full of pretty towels :}

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    1. I got those glass eggs at an auction...nobody but me wanted them! I later found out that you put one under each hen so when you take her real eggs, she won't be upset. Who knew! Not this city girl, living in the country. haha. They all thought of them as farm equipment. I thought they would be lovely in my kitchen! ha.

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  14. I love ideas like that but somehow lack the ability to pull it off at home.
    You keep all kinds of things in pretty glass jars, don't you?
    :0)

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    1. I think glass canisters and jars is a weakness of mine. But at least I use them....they hold everything I have! haha.

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  15. The jar is really pretty n yes, u store things in style..

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    1. Well, Thanks Meghana! Glad you came to visit! :)

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  16. they are really colorful...and make for a pretty decoration
    while they wait for use....

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    1. yes...just waiting. And they seem to be saying, "Use me!" The only thing now is deciding muffins or cupcakes....

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  17. Great lid - love this pairing. Those liners are spoiled! :-)

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    1. haha...yes, they are! It's my job to spoil things. lol....

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    2. Nice line, Suza," liners are spoiled! "

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  18. What a fabulous idea! I have a real fettish for those 'snooty' cupcake liners and have many in a tub in the pantry. Gonna find me a jar and show them off soon!!! Thanks for sharing this cool idea.

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    1. They really have come a long way from the plain ol' days, haven't they?

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  19. That surely has to be the fanciest and prettiest cupcake liner storage jar ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! xx

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    1. I'm sure it's maker never dreamed it would be used for this! haha.

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  20. I saw that idea and copied it too!
    Now I buy just the cute papers. It's art under glass.

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  21. Love the colourful liners and the jar lid is really nice..also love the eggs inside the jar..

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  22. I have mine in a big jar too. I love the pop of color and the fact that they are all messy but then in a nice contained jar.

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