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    White Porcelain Zinc Jar Liners

    Just recently began bottle digging in a local dump and Im finding a lot of the old Mason jar lid porcelain inserts (or whatever they're called) does anyone no of a decorative or a crafty way to utilize these? thanks
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    Target practice comes to mind.
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    I save ones I don't have, they sit in a small pile, not sure what Ill do with them but thinking Ill make a display for them...
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    Drill hole and make wind chimes is a thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GopherDaGold View Post
    Target practice comes to mind.
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    Drill hole and make wind chimes is a thought.
    That's a good idea. Depending on how many you have, you could make a small table with a raised wood border, set the lids in tile adhesive, then grout. Of course, you'd need a wet saw to cut the ones along the edge.
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    Ya never know what types are in those piles. Some sell for decent amount. Collect them up and do a lot sale or craft items. If there are lids there are bottles lurking around. Keep on digging!!! Jgas.
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    Welcome to TreasureNet Charles. Those lids do not take up much space save them somewhere. They are not made any more. Good luck with your digging.
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    i use those as coasters inlay-ed on end tables that i make.
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