Small glass or plastic jars can be found inexpensively at many craft and dollar stores. Simply fill with candy corn, gummy worms or individually wrapped chocolates and attach a punched Halloween tag with twine for a finished look.
This hallway indention adds usable workspace to the home without cluttering the hall space. A thin white countertop can be used as a desk, or when combined with the framed, horizontal mirror, turned into a vanity area. Three glass candy jars add a touch of color from their contents, and a plastic black barstool creates seating.
An arched front door opens into this entryway with soothing pale gray walls and warm hardwood floor. A narrow console table provides a place to drop keys and a clear glass candy jar provides welcoming treats while adding color to the space.
An antique dresser is an elegant choice for this kid's room. It's a neutral foil for whimsical accessories like the candy jars and toy giraffes and is a piece that can easily grow along with the room's owner.
Put your antique glass collection to good use with a formal arrangement. Working with glass jewelry boxes or candy jars with solid bottoms, cut roses to size, then add them to the top and fill it with approximately two inches of water.
These Rudolph-inspired cake pops are sure to delight your little guests. To make, form balls of any baked cake mixture with your hands and chill for about 1 hour, then insert a lollipop stick into each ball and dip in melted chocolate. Chill until set, then decorate with marshmallows, cherries and pretzels. To finish off, insert a striped straw into each stick and decorate with a piece of ribbon. Display them upright in a white container filled with a block of floral foam. Top the container with fake snow and a printable candy jar label.
This colorful, candy-inspired room is perfect for a tween looking to feel a bit more grown up. Designer Genevieve Gorder chose a sophisticated yet youthful color palette, along with modern furnishings and a private candy bar to turn this space into a cool hangout.
In this cheery dining area, a white bookcase atop a prefab kitchen cabinet base mimics the look of custom built-ins on the cheap. Colorful decorative objects and jars full of candy are the cherry on top.
What's more fitting than to fill a vintage sugar jar with sweets? Fill a small jar with classic holiday candy for a simple gift. You can find a great deal on jars with missing lids, ones that are orphaned from a set or those with small chips or cracks.
Perfect for older kids or even adults, this cute double Mason jar is actually a candy/gift card holder with loads of style. Using 4 oz. and 8 oz. jars, simply glue the lids together for a double jar with two times the goodies. You can find the full instructions here.
Gumballs are always a great choice for a kids' Halloween candy station. They're available in so many colors that it's easy to coordinate them to your scheme. Be sure to set out scoops to keep sticky little hands out of the jars. Decorate with printable labels for a finishing touch.