Our friend Malia from Yesterday on Tuesday is having fun with some of our pantry jars. She filled our Queenline Glass Jars with some of her kitchen staples, and she made the cutest pantry labels to go with them!
The Queenline Glass jars have an attractive design with ribbed corners which was originally meant to prevent air bubbles and add strength to what was (and still is) a classic honey jar design. Even though these jars were historically made for storing honey, they have taken on a new life as part of our pantry jar collection. If you are looking to reorganize your pantry items using glass jars, here’s an overview of a few of our other favorite pantry jars.
Cracker Jars make a great addition to the pantry for food & snack storage or even a cookie jar. The traditional styling will remind you of a country store, making them a pretty addition to your counter. If you’d rather place them in your pantry the square shape of these jars will take up a bit less room than a circular jar, which makes them fit nicely together on a shelf. The wide mouth opening makes it easy to scoop in and out of often. The jars come with a brushed silver lid and are available in 32oz, 64oz, (half gallon) and 128oz (1 gallon) sizes.
Our Montana Jars are also a great choice for pantry items. These jars feature an attractive fitment lid, in black or stainless steel. The wide mouth openings make these jars ideal for scooping out cups of flour, sugar or whatever you fill them with. The attractive design of the Montana jar and lids make for an attractive display on your counter or in your pantry. The Montana jars are available in the following sizes 64oz (a half gallon), 192oz (1.5 gallons), 320oz (2.5 gallons) sizes.
Our Heritage Hills Jars are a favorite of many! Perfect for the pantry, and they even look great dressed up for special events and for gifting too! The crystal clear body and a vintage-style closing lid, make this glass jar a nice storage solution for any kitchen. Available in 64oz, (half gallon), 128oz (1 gallon) and 248oz (2 gallon) sizes.
Yesterday on Tuesday has some great Pantry Labels to dress up your jars, and we also love using chalkboard paint to label our jars. Here’s how to do it yourself.
Timely post as I am looking to get my food items out of plastic storage and into glass. Thank you for the ideas.
I love this idea!
I am redoing my kitchen these look perfect!
Great idea for keeping pantry organized!
Like this – so many uses for the jars.
Yes I need more, more, and more.
Wonderful idea. Can’t wait to try it.
Hello Doreen, Yes, it is indeed for real. 🙂 The raffle-copter where you enter, is toward the end of the post content, before the other comments. The raffle-copter is present on both our blog post and on Malia’s blog post. I hope this helps! Since she is the originator of the post, the entry options are related to pinterest and facebook.
More jars would be lovely. What a way to organize my dried beans.
I love jars! The more the merrier 🙂
Which jars are the best to keep food airtight. Can you buy seals for the heritage hill jars?
The crackers have a lined lid that screws on. I use those for my pantry dry goods and I haven’t had any issues. We don’t have liners for the heritage hill. However, one of our customers gave the suggestion of putting a bead of silicon around the rim of the jar so that the lid would rest on that instead of having glass against glass.
Where can i order the 4th burner pot?
You can order the pot here. We just restocked it!
I would love for you to post instructions for measuring lids. I found the perfect jars for a project I’m doing but they don’t come with lids. I know you have a large variety but I don’t know how to measure to ensure ordering the right size. I’ve bought in the past and lids did not fit which was my fault but still disappointing.
We have a blog post all about measuring jars for the perfect matching lids. Check it out here.
If you still have questions, feel free to call or email us directly – https://www.fillmorecontainer.com/contact_us/
Is there an air tight seal on these jars?
The Montana, Heritage and Cracker jars do not have an air-tight seal. The lids do fit tight on these jars, but the manufacturer does not list these jars as airtight. If there’s a certain type of jar you are looking for, email us and maybe we can help you find a good solution. firstname.lastname@example.org
Is the 64 oz. Cracker Jar suitable for soup? Item #H85812R Also, do you sell this product in bulk (more than 1 case of 4)?
Hello, The lid on the 64oz cracker jar has a poly/pulp/paper liner, so it’s not suitable for wet products. In light of the supply chain challenges & availability, some price tiers have been deactivated on our site. These may be available by the pallet, but they would still be packed in 4’s, because of their size. If you are interested in pallet pricing, please email email@example.com for more information.