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It can be your favorite baking assistant when it’s done being one of your favorite baking products. Try storing extra cupcake liners in your empty Truvia® Natural Sweetener Spoonable containers!

Keep small bites ready for little hands when you're on the go with an upcycled Truvia Spoonable container decorated with your favorite washi tape.

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It’s only natural to refill your Truvia® Natural Sweetener Spoonable containers with another serving of nature. Simply spray paint your Spoonable containers to create an adorable windowsill garden. Once the paint is dry, and plant your favorite flowers and herbs and enjoy all sweet summer long!

Are you always looking for your keys or misplacing important objects? Make today “Declutter Day” and reap the benefits of a more organized home by using empty Spoonable containers to hold your odds and ends. A life with less clutter is sweet.

pretty. colorful cupcake liners stored in a jar.

Planning a birthday party soon? Put those empty Spoonable containers to use and make fun party favors with your kiddo. Glue toy animals to the lid, spray paint and fill with fun goodies and treats for the kids to take home.

WHAT?! I have to try this!!! "Are you kidding me? I have been spending part of my art budget on glitter when it's this simple to make!!? Preheat the oven to 350. Place salt (table salt/sea salt) into a small bowl. Add drop of food coloring and mix with the salt. Spread mixture onto a baking sheet in one layer. Bake in oven for 10 minutes. Let cool, then transfer into a storage container for use."

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DIY Cake Stand - {Gorgeous} centerpiece made from an old Chandelier

How To Make Cake Stand