Don’t you just love the different types of glass jars you find while out thrifting? Or even some of the jars that come straight out of your pantry after you have used them. Today I’m sharing a fun way on how to decoupage a glass jar. They are a great way to add a nice touch to your home decor or craft room to help keep things organised.
How To Make Decoupage A Glass Jar
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Welcome back to Waste Not Wednesday! For those who have been following along for a while, you’ll know Waste Not Wednesday as a linky party. But Leanna and I have decided to change things up a bit. Each Wednesday, we will be bringing you fun projects from us and some of our favourite bloggers. This week’s theme is all about glass jars!
- Old glass jar
- Napkin 3ply
- Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint – Slick Stick or Fusion Mineral Paint – Ultra Grip
- Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint – Cotton
- Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint – Clear Coat Satin
Step 1 – Give your glass jar a really good clean and let completely dry. Apply Slick Stick or Ultra Grip to the jar. Both are fabulous mediums to help your paint adhere to slippery surfaces. It will go on a milky colour but will dry clear.
Step 2 – Give your jar 2 coats of Cotton letting each coat dry.
Step 3 – Separate your napkin, removing the back and the middle so that you are left with the pattern.
Step 4 – Apply a coat of the Clear Coat Satin in a small section and carefully adhere the napkin, gently smooting out any wrinkles as you go. Join up the napking at the back.
Step 5 – Let dry. If you want a more vintage worn look use some 120 grit sandpaper and distress to your liking. Then apply another coat of the Clear Coat Satin to seal.
Pop some jute around the top of your jar and now it’s time to decorate!
Have fun making a whole set using different shaped jars. You could even get super creative and add some stamps to give a more layered look. Just make sure you do you stamping before you do your final coat of clear coat satin.
Let’s take a peek at what my dear friend Leanna has created using a glass jar!
DIY Craft Room Storage Jars | Pretty DIY Home
Be sure to check out below FOUR other fun glass jar projects you can make too.
Happy Painting & Creating,