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Mason Jars

Free ones, yes that right!

If you make spaghetti the homemade way that I do :)

You can buy the Classico sauce, get a free mason jar~and a home cooked meal.

And when you bring those grocery store flowers home, you’ve got a sweet little countryfied place to put them.

I was talking to a friend last night, she’s a florist and she said, how can you work with flowers and not be happy.

You know what, they make me happy too!

I can buy happiness and it only cost me $5.

Now I know that you can’t buy happiness, but at least you can put a smile on someones face.

I hope these are making you smile!

If you have a great recipe for spaghetti sauce, I may or may not want it 😉

p.s. Classico did not sponsor this post, but if they want to, they can :)

p.s.s. I hope you’ll be joining us for the Spring’tacular Linky Party

 

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12 comments

  1. Love mason jars with flowers. So simple yet so pretty.

  2. This is so clever, Debbie! I love your sweet arrangement, too! Have a great weekend!

    Take care,

    Trish

  3. So how exactly did you get the free jar? I don’t have a sauce recipe unless you want to check out the label of a Ragu jar! Have a super weekend…Ann

  4. Always thinking you are! Fresh flowers are so pretty~What a great way to enjoy them!!

  5. i generally make everything from scratch….but, spaghetti sauce is NOT one of them. i LOVE LOVE LOVE using paul newman’s sockarooni spaghetti sauce, it is hard to beat. i get a couple of sweet italian sausage links, squeeze the meat out of the casings in a pan with a little onion brown, drain fat and add sauce. mmmmm.. the sauce come in.nice jars too. a two for one deal!

  6. So lovely! I’ve got spring fever so bad, and those just scream “spring” to me!

  7. Love all your fresh flowers my friend.
    XO
    Kristin

  8. I love using mason jars for flowers and I do make a mean sauce!
    Kelly

  9. This post and the flowers both made me happy! Thank you!

  10. Debbie, I’m a huge fan of grocery store flowers….as long as they are fresh and lovely, I love them!
    I’m loving the jar they are in. I have a “mean” sauce recipe, too. I love flowers in pitchers, too.
    Thanks for the fun post, Helen

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