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    Quote Originally Posted by Maza View Post
    This thread is turning into confessions!
    I have to confess I have an obsession with certain puddings that come from Aldi - one comes in a little glass pot with lid and the other a glass 'shot' glass (tea light, little candle sized) .

    The first I fill with all kinds of little craft bits and the second we make into candle votives with the children.

    I also love the pudding and shouldn't eat as many as I do BUT the pots they come in are so useful

    I have been to our local scrap store and got some stuff but struggling for storage at the moment and their opening times aren't that convenient to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouse View Post
    They're such good pots! I even made my kids eat chocolate orange ones so I could have orange pots as well as purple ones
    Yeah, I've got the orange ones too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tulip0803 View Post
    I have to confess I have an obsession with certain puddings that come from Aldi - one comes in a little glass pot with lid and the other a glass 'shot' glass (tea light, little candle sized) . The first I fill with all kinds of little craft bits and the second we make into candle votives with the children. I also love the pudding and shouldn't eat as many as I do BUT the pots they come in are so useful I have been to our local scrap store and got some stuff but struggling for storage at the moment and their opening times aren't that convenient to me.
    These are great ideas for these little glasses. I've a few and they are too cute to take to the recycling area. I might have to look at mine again and think candles.

    Our school does a jaromara stall at their summer fete. Small jars are brilliant as they don't need much to fill them !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by k1rstie View Post
    These are great ideas for these little glasses. I've a few and they are too cute to take to the recycling area. I might have to look at mine again and think candles.

    Our school does a jaromara stall at their summer fete. Small jars are brilliant as they don't need much to fill them !!
    We have used Giotto Décor Pens to decorate and this week we are glueing tissue paper and cellophane to them

 

 
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