“Um, Lisa,” you say, “We know the economy is bad and we’re all trying to save money, but come on…”
No. No. no. It’s not me, who’s eating baby food, it’s Blitzkrieg. Blitzkrieg has to take allergy medication. Like most dogs, he won’t take a plain pill, so I smoother it in carrot baby food and he devours it. Baby food* has less calories than peanut butter or squeeze cheese and has our vet’s blessing because nobody likes a porky Peke. Nobody.
Come summer, when Blitzkrieg’s seasonal allergies kick in I’m going to be swimming in empty baby food jars.
I’m running out of ways to use the jars so into the recycling bin they may go. That is until I saw this ingenious baby food jar chandelier in Natural Home Magazine . Who knew a couple of repurposed barrel hoops, chain, wire and baby food jars could look so good?
Photo courtesy of Natural Home Magazine.
I think it would look stunning hanging over an outdoor dining table.
Do you have any tips on how to reuse empty baby food jars?
*I’m not a veterinarian nor do I play one on TV. Not all vegetables are safe for dogs to eat. Check with your vet first before giving people food to your dog.
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