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DIY:: Turn All Your Recycled Jars into Gorgeous Fall Decor ! Easy Tutorial on How To Color Tint Your Jars into rich Beautiful colors !

Color Tinted Glass Jars

DIY:: Turn All Your Recycled Jars into Gorgeous Fall Decor ! Easy Tutorial on How To Color Tint Your Jars into rich Beautiful colors !

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DIY Romantic Valentine's Day Ideas for Him

Love these little blocks.  Would love to have a set.  They would make a great gift.

51 Outstanding Handmade Valentine Gift Ideas

Dustpan has rubber teeth to comb out dust!

Quirky White Broom Groomer Set

Not like we don't have enough horse shoes lying around - definately need a couple of these for the laundry room and by the front door!

Reciclando ferraduras

Not like we don't have enough horse shoes lying around - definately need a couple of these for the laundry room and by the front door!

Someone from Nebraska posted a whisper, which reads "If I shave my legs for plans that you end up cancelling, I will come over to your house and make you feel how soft they are.

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/240148692/watermelon-mason-jars-painted-mason-jars

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/240148692/watermelon-mason-jars-painted-mason-jars

Just make a glue wash (glue + water) and brush the inside of the mason jars. I used regular ol’ Elmer’s glue, and adding the water helps it brush on easier.  Add glitter of your choice (I like silver) to the inside of the jars, and roll/spin the jar around until the glitter coats the sides.  Let dry, and….done. Simply add a tea light, and you’re good to go.

Just make a glue wash (glue + water) and brush the inside of the mason jars. I used regular ol’ Elmer’s glue, and adding the water helps it brush on easier. Add glitter of your choice (I like silver) to the inside of the jars, and roll/spin the jar around until the glitter coats the sides. Let dry, and….done. Simply add a tea light, and you’re good to go.