Lovely Little Jars

These lovely little jars are an easy home decor idea that you can re-create for any season or holiday. Remember the fall welcome sign I made last year using this same technique? It is simple and fun and only takes about 20 minutes from start to finish (minus drying time).

Materials Needed:

  • Paint — I used Martha Stewart Satin in three different shades of pink ($1.99 each at Michaels)
  • Jars — You can use recycled condiment jars, or pick some up for less than $2.00 each
  • Puffy Paint for the letters (about $1.00)
  • Embellishments — Ribbon, flowers, etc. (I spent about $4.00 total)

Directions:

1.) Squirt some paint inside your jar.

2.) Shake your jar vigorously to coat the entire inside. If you don’t have a cork or cap, just put a napkin over the opening while you shake. And you can add a teeny bit of water to the inside to get the paint moving a bit, just don’t go overboard as the water will keep the paint from sticking to parts of the jar if you use too much.

3.) Repeat Step 2 for all your glass bottles, using a variety of colors if you would like.

4.) Use your puffy paint to write a letter on each jar to spell a word.

5.) Embellish & Enjoy! Add some ribbon and flowers or other creative flair!

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Comments

  1. 1

    These are so cute! I’m loving the look of paint in the bottles…the addition of the lettering on the outside is awesome. Thanks so much for the inspiration. :)
    Karah

  2. 2
    Michelle Lichtenstein says:

    This is absolutely adorable!!

  3. 3

    These are so cute and I’ll need to look at your fall blog using this same technique. super cute!

  4. 4

    SUPER CUTE! Where can I buy those kind of jars?

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