These mason jar spice fridge magnets are daring, darling and distinguished

Getting out your spices used to be such a pain, whether you kept them in a cabinet or lined up across the top of the stove. What's more, it could be difficult to place spices of differing sizes and types of containers next to one another. These fantastic mason jar magnets get your herbs and spices out of the cabinets and easily within your reach while also making your refrigerator look lovely.
We recommend using these jars because they're so much easier to use than traditional spice and herb bottles. They're also functional because they offer the added benefit of another magnet for your fridge. Plus, they're easy to make and outrageously cute!
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Materials
- Several small mason jars that can hold about 4 ounces of dry goods
- Industrial adhesive, such as E6000
- Gold metallic spray paint
- 3 small, round magnets per jar
- Stickers reading the names of your herbs and spices. Note: You can purchase these on sites like Etsy and can get the stickers here.
- Jars of spices and herbs you want to store inside the mason jars, such as cardamom, cinnamon, oregano and others
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Instructions
1. Remove the lid from your small mason jar, and remove the flat seal from inside the round rim. Use the industrial adhesive to place glue all along the inside of the rim. Then replace the seal. Set this aside and let it dry.
2. Coat the top and sides of the lid with the metallic spray paint. Let it dry.
3. Glue the three small magnets flat and in a triangle pattern to the top of the lid. You must use three magnets per mason jar because otherwise the magnets won't be able to hold up the weight of the jar.
4. Turn the glass jar over, so the bottom is facing up. Place a sticker displaying the name of the spice you're going to fill the jar with onto the bottom of the jar. Stickers are the best option for this step in the process because they make labeling clear, easy and efficient.
5. Turn the mason jar over again so that the open side is now facing up. Fill the jar with the spice that matches your sticker — but not too full, or it might be difficult and dangerous to open. Once the jar is about half-full, screw the lid on tightly.
Note: We recommend doing these one at a time, so you can perfect the process as you go. However, there is also something to be said for preparing multiple jars at once as you go through each step. Either way, at the end, you'll have several lovely spice and herb jars that are also fridge magnets.
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