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DIYFriday 3 easy steps to kick start your fall décor with these jute wrapped chalk painted milk bottles. Just paint, wrap & fill.

DIYFriday 3 easy steps to kick start your fall décor with these jute wrapped chalk painted milk bottles. Just paint, wrap & fill.

re-use Starbucks coffee jars...Wow, I never realized they look like vintage milk bottles - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

re-use Starbucks coffee jars...Wow, I never realized they look like vintage milk bottles - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

Quick bread in a bottle: Cool weather puts us in the mood to bake. So why not give a friend a head start? Layer the dry ingredients for this easy quick bread into a milk bottle or 1-quart mason jar.

Quick bread in a bottle: Cool weather puts us in the mood to bake. So why not give a friend a head start? Layer the dry ingredients for this easy quick bread into a milk bottle or 1-quart mason jar.

The Love Fruits, another best seller, are a capsule of candy or snack packaged as a rubbery skinned “fruit.”

The Love Fruits, another best seller, are a capsule of candy or snack packaged as a rubbery skinned “fruit.”

Simple Gifts: Dude Snacks in bottles. #rfdream #rfdreamboard #dreambig https://karen18.myrandf.biz/

Simple Gifts: Dude Snacks in bottles. #rfdream #rfdreamboard #dreambig https://karen18.myrandf.biz/

Japanese Packaging Design  It is so interesting to see packaging design from other countries. I came across this lovely packaging design from Japan. Amazingly enough some of the same hand stamped design trends we are seeing here in the U.S.

Japanese Packaging Design It is so interesting to see packaging design from other countries. I came across this lovely packaging design from Japan. Amazingly enough some of the same hand stamped design trends we are seeing here in the U.S.

Funazushi: a traditional food in Shiga prefecture in Japan. The packaging looks like fish net and scales, and the handle is shaped like a fin.

Funazushi: a traditional food in Shiga prefecture in Japan. The packaging looks like fish net and scales, and the handle is shaped like a fin.