How to make a mason jar to-go cup

Mason jars work well as glasses at home, but have you ever thought of using them as to-go cups? It's a handy way to bring beverages with you without having to buy a to-go cup.
Not only are these cute little jars much less expensive than almost ready-made version you could buy, but also the fact that you're making them means you can personalize them however you like. Check out the tutorial and the instructions to learn more about this creative and efficient use for mason jars.
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Materials
- Mason jar with lid
- Piece of wood
- Clamps
- Electric drill with boring bit
- Jute twine
- Hot-glue gun
- Straw
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Instructions
1. Remove the lid from the mason jar and place it onto a piece of wood. Use clamps to secure it in place, making sure to attach it to the work surface as well. Drill a hole in the center of the lid.
2. Cover the outside of the band of the jar with twine, using hot glue to attach it. Trim off any excess twine.
3. Place a ring of hot glue around the outer edge of the hole you drilled in the top of the lid.
4. Fill the jar with your favorite beverage, replace the lid and band and slip a straw through the hole in the top.
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