It's not natural is it? Where is anything? And, more importantly, where is the ridiculous amount of jars that clutter one's worktop?
Take a look at the ridiculous amount of jars currently residing on our worktop.
Here are just some of our Hornsea selection housing useful items such as tea, sugar and rabbit food:
Another Hornsea, currently empty, but still on our work top just waiting for something to store:
A Crown Devon receptacle. Not entirely convinced that it is a jar, actually, but is very useful for storing one's biscuits and Tunnock tea cakes:
A large Portmeirion jar which also houses biscuits and the like:
A classic T&G blue and white jar - excellent for storing salt:
A modern Habitat jar - for coffee:
A Taunton Vale jar for our fruit tea:
This lovely jar from the 1960s, made in Sweden by JIE:
A cereal jar which houses the hamster's food:
And, although these are not on the worktop, I just had to show you these little jars used for storing herbs and spice. More Portmeirion, this time the Greek key design:
Well, I think that's enough jars for one day don't you? Mr J and P wanted me to call this post "Reasons to be Jarful, 1, 2, 3 (4, 5, 6 etc)". Er, do you get it? You know, after the Ian Dury song "Reasons to be Cheerful part 2". I'll just have to break the news to him that I didn't use it as my readers expect a certain standard of post title on this blog. Aaah bless, he does try.....