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Carolina used just fabric on top of her jar but I wanted to be a little different. I had a vintage handkerchief in my stash so I grabbed it. I bundled it up and secured with a rubber band to make it the proper size to fit on my jar.
I then put it rubber band side down on the jar and added the band of the lid around it. I love that puckered look on the top as well.
This lavender in a mason jar now resides in my bathroom where I can appreciate its amazing scent. I just shake the jar occasionally to stir up the smell. What do you use lavender for in your home? I have a ton more and need a way to use it y’all.
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