These cookie jars caught my eye, and I just wanted to share them with you. But to tell you the truth, I have been making fewer cookies these days, as my children are grown now and my waistline doesn't really need a constant supply.
But you can store more than cookies in a cookie jar. Some people keep their cat or dog treats in them. Others keep dry staples, such as rice or flour or sugar in their cookie jars.
You could also stick to the treat theme and keep pretzels in your cookie jar or even change for the bus. (Come now, is that within the treat theme?)
I'll bet you can come up with dozens more ideas for things you can store in a cookie jar.
Please leave your suggestions in the comment section below.
Well, there's one way to solve that problem . . . .
There are a lot of fun ones, wish they were full!
They are cute, aren't they?
Thank you, ologsinquito! I appreciate it.
I love these! :):)
These are so cute. My parents had a whimsical cookie jar in our house, when I was growing up. I'm pinning this to my Wizzley Writing Board.
Thanks for your comment, Linda. The ladybug is a cute one!
I love the ladybug
Very cute and I like the chef cookie jar the best. I agree that they are not great for storing cookies, but they are a great way to store other little treats such as pre-packaged individually wrapped snacks like granola bars, fruit snacks and flavored water packets.
Hi Arlene! Thanks for commenting. They do make fun collectibles. You can store other things in them, too.