Pennies from Heaven Jar

By Studio Penny Lane

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This printed glass apothecary jar encourages you to be thankful and present. Take a second to be mindful next time you find a penny or some spare change. As you watch the jar fill up, you’ll build a habit that helps you focus on the positive things in your life.

  • Made in the USA: San Diego, CA
  • Materials: Glass
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Includes one jar, cork, and a step-by-step gratitude guide
  • Back of jar says: “Each time you see a penny, take a moment and acknowledge something you are grateful for.”
  • Jar capacity: 32 oz.
  • Dimensions: 9" x 4.5" x 4.5"
  • Weight: 1.4 lbs.

4 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Love it!

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Bought several for Christmas gifts this year. Quality and presentation are both extremely nice.

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Wonderful Way To Remember Daily Gratitude

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These jars are great gifts. The script painted on them is really well done. It’s a great way to remember to be grateful for your blessings.

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Mindfulness

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We live in a world that at times makes it convenient to forget how blessed we are in various ways. These bottles help remind us to focus on the good in our lives, to live with graditute as our focus and not fomo. This bottle is well made and stylish. Has a sturdy feel to it and is just the right size. I had ordered the amber, however I received the clear. It was lovely anyways, so I kept it.More > < Less

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Loved it!!

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What a unique gift. My sister in law collects pennies from Heaven and she LOVED this gift.

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About Studio Penny Lane

Thanks Giving

These printed glass gratitude jars encourage you to be more present and set aside moments of thankfulness.

Practicing appreciation instills our day-to-day with a spirit of happiness and mindfulness. Some studies even show that it has a positive effect on our health.
Studio Penny Lane jars prompt you to show gratitude—and it’s up to you to choose how. Fill these jars with daily notes or reminders of the blessings in your life, big and small. Or next time you find a penny or some spare change, take a second to be mindful of the moment as you drop it in the jar.

Maker Laurie Libman-Wilson found solace in practicing appreciation after the death of a dear friend. In the midst of hardship, she realized gratitude really could go a long way.

These jars are the perfect catalysts for taking tiny appreciation breaks, which can benefit your mind and spirit.