Mason jars, bottles and chalk board paint
Glitter jars/bottles. Pour a little Pledge Floor Care Finish into a bottle, swirl to coat the inside. Pour out the excess . Then pour in some glitter. Swirl the glitter around on the inside until it's coated. Pour out the excess. Voila. Glitter bottles. Maybe done with gold glitter and a red rose inside for a pretty centerpiece!!
glittered-jars.jpg Pour the floor cleaner in, swirl around coating entire surface. drain excess cleaner pack into its bottle. Pour in glitter & swirl around covering the whole inside. pour remaining glitter into glitter bottle. Let dry.
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A Vacation Memory Jar...the most awesome gift to make for a Christmas gift!
Echoes of Laughter: A Vacation Memory Jar...
Chalk Pencils give you more control, via Besotted Blog.
chalk pencil | Besotted
DIY Glitter Dipped Mason Jars- super versatile and absolutely gorgeous!
DIY Mason Jar Oil Lamp MATERIALS NEEDED: * 1 mason jar with metal lid. * 1 nail, drill, or just something to puncture the top of the lid to create a small hole for the wick. * 1 bottle of olive oil or indoor non-toxic burning oil. * 1 strip of 100% cotton material to be used as a wick (an old sock, perhaps).
Recycled Wine Bottle Wind Chime
DIY:: 24 Gorgeous & Charming Simple Vase Projects ! (Each with own Tutorial) curated by 'Made in a Day' blog!
#1- Great idea! #2-Hmm. Someone did a REALLY nice job on these. For me, the screw top needs to be hidden, My ocd says NO NO! Could do beaded trim, embroidered ribbon, embossed metal strip, strand of pearls wrapped round & round, etc. Beautiful!
Community Post: 12 Insanely Cool Uses For Puffy Paint
Mix Elmer's glue with food coloring and water to give the jars a "sea glass" effect. Mix one teaspoon of Elmer's glue, three drops of food coloring, and 1 1/2 teaspoons of water.
DIY Sea Glass Mason Jars - My Honeys Place
Who's been sitting in my chair? Love chalkboard paint!
How-To: Quick Room Refreshes Using Paint
How simple and elegant are these DIY wine bottle candle holders? In shades of brown and green, they’re an earthy addition to a wooden table. This tutorial by Design Sponge uses a simple glass cutting kit and some sandpaper to snap the bottles in half.