Baby food jars are pretty useful, which is good because they’re one of those things that accumulate by the dozens!  They’re particularly great for us crafty folk, who tend to have large collections of tiny objects that need to be sorted and stored.  But what if you only have the jar, not the lid?  Over on our Facebook page, reader Jessica C. explains her conundrum:

What can I do with baby food jars that have no lids? They were used to make picture magnets way back, and now I just have jars.

The first thing that comes to mind is using them to make votive candle holders. What do you think? How would you use baby food jars that are missing their lids?

[photo by Flickr user jencu, Creative Commons]