You can make the most beautiful DIY crafts from recycled Oui yogurt jars. I’ve rounded up 20 different ways you can repurpose a Oui yogurt jar into something beautiful for your home.
From candles to chandeliers, there’s no limit to what you can make from a Oui yogurt jar.
Yoplait didn’t pay me to say it, but I’m smitten with their little French glass yogurt jars. (You might remember the fall tealight candle holders, the Christmas-themed mercury glass votives, and the July 4th sand jars I made with them.)
Good thing I actually like the yogurt, because I’d probably buy it just for the jars! So much crafting potential.
It turns out, a lot of other creatives have been inspired by an empty Oui yogurt jar. Keep scrolling for ideas for Oui yogurt jar Christmas crafts, fall crafts, spring crafts, summertime crafts, as well as Oui yogurt jar wedding crafts.
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Oui Yogurt Jar Crafts
Where to Find Oui Yogurt Jars
You should be able to find Oui yogurt at your grocery store, and you can also buy it by the case at Amazon! (They really do have everything!)
Once you’ve eaten the yogurt, wash the jars thoroughly and use Goo Gone to remove the labels. (I’ve found that the labels on the petite yogurt jars are easier to remove than the full-size ones. Maybe they did that for the crafters!)
The Goo Gone may make the jars slick, so I always wash them again well. You may want to use rubbing alcohol to remove any residue before starting your craft.
If you can’t find Oui yogurt in your grocery store, don’t fret! You could also use glass baby food jars or something like these mini honey jars. You can also buy glass yogurt jars or small Weck tulip jars. I’ve linked to some more options below.