1. Witch's Stockings!
These are my candy jars this year. I hope to get some black candle sticks to place them on.
To make your own, all you need to do is take a fish net stocking (one will cover many jars) knot off the bottom end and drop your jar inside. Push the remaining fish net into the jar and weight it down with something to hold it in place. Dip a brush into Mod Podge and run it round the inside lip of the jar, over and under the fish net, but being careful not to dip below the threading. Once the fish net is glued in place, use scissors to trim off the excess. All that's left is to fill it up and top it off. Then you can knot off the excess and repeat with another jar.
2. Spooky Characters.
Fill jars with solid color candy and add mask accessories or stickers to create fun faces.
3. Spider Jars.
One bag of fake spider web and some plastic spiders make an awesome decoration! The Show Topper lids all have a hook on the underside so that you can hang your spider from a thread suspending it right in the center of the jar. Add a label to the clip-top jar if you wish.
Another twist on candy corn jars is to cut Jack-O-Lantern faces from sticky vinyl and add it to the jar fronts. The black lids up top weren't around when I made these last year. I think I might prefer them to the green for this project, but I can't quite decide.