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  • Shelby Oakley

    spray painted jar lids. Use nail heads dipped in paint for the dots.

  • Catherine Bereal

    DIY makeover for old jars. Suggested using varnish paint then different sized nail heads lightly dipped than dabbed, not pressed onto the lids for the dots. Love it! Did I say I love love love polka dots?

  • maggie yanez

    "DIY makeover for old jars! They would be great for tucking gifts inside of too!" Would be cute for mason jars too. Painted jar lids

  • Trish Causey

    recycling jars, painting jar lids...

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