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I got these 1inch glass bottles in this craft/book store on my holidays thinking 'This is perfect for sylvanians!!' but now I'm not sure what to do with [sign in to see URL] are too big to be olive oil or [sign in to see URL] I make them spice jars or maybe medicine for the hospital or maybe I could put beads and gel in them with glitter and use them for gifts??? Please give me some ideas!!!

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Put up a picture. That will help us think of ideas emoticon
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erm my phone is out of battery and my mum is busy with her's so I will have to wait a [sign in to see URL] is about the size of a sylvanian standing baby

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I have found even smaller glass vials, 2,3 cm high with the cork. I think they are good for foods. I recently made candiess from shrink plastic, and they look great in these. I think they would work for medicine too.

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One I use to store some tiny shells I found at a beach in Greece. I think they look good there. I think beads, feathers etc. could work too.

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Oh okay then emoticon
I think maybe a craft jar full of beads,etc...
Or if you got sand and half-filled the bottles and then tied a rope(miniature!) around it, it could be a decoration?
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WhirlwindSparkle:
Well I think they are a bit too big for sylvanians but I might use them for gifts like put tiny messages on paper (stained with tea). Or I might put nice beads and sparkly water or something. Your idea with the sand is really nice I think I might try that.

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My jars are a lot bigger than yours but I think sweets would be excellent!! I could turn a little section of the dress shop into a Sweet Shop for children who got a bit bored while their mummies tried on shoes and hats and dresses!!!

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Glad I could help emoticon Sweet would work great in bid jars too, they don't need to be full. Some buy cake decorations from a grocery store, in different shapes, pearls, etc. But I find them expensive and there's too much for my need. Some make candy of fimo etc, I used shrink plastic. What kind of candy you had in mind?

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Erm where do you get shrink plastic??? I might use that but if that's not available I might use fimo instead, I think I have some of that and I might also have a look through my mum's baking stuff to see if she has any decorations for cakes.

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You could go to a supermarket or cake-decorating store and buy some sprinkles for your jars? emoticon
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I found lots of sprinkles and 100's and 1000's in my mum's baking stuff so I'll use those emoticon

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