Quick Easy Homey Vases
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Jars are perfect for all sorts of crafty things. From painting the lids and using them to store your crafty items or simply paint them to make a collection of sweet Homey Vases.
- Various sizes of glass jars
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Coal Black Sample
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Ultra Grip
- Number Stencil
- Sanding Block
- Jute Twine
- Paint Brush
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Picket Fence, Heirloom and Brook
Step 4 – Once completely dry, take your number stencil and Coal Black stipple your desired numbers onto each bottle.
Step 5 – Once dry using your sanding block, sand back the bottles and numbers in certain area’s to give the bottles that nice distressed look.
Too finish Up
Step 6 – Apply wax to the entire bottle to seal in all of your hard work and embellish the neck of the jars with a cute jute bow.
Don’t have time to make now? Be sure to PIN for later 🙂
What a fun and clever way to put those old jars to work. Love your idea of turning them into vases. Thanks so much for sharing at VIParty.
Thank you Betsy! I love being apart of such a great party! So much cleverness in one spot! 🙂
Thank you Linda! 🙂
These are so pretty! In fact I'm featuring you over at the You're Gonna Love It party! Congrats!! <3
Oh wow Kim!! Thank you so much 🙂
How fun! I love these, so simple but so pretty. A great way to recycle old jar. I know what I'm going to be doing with some of my jars I've been saving. Thanks for sharing! Pinning!
Thank you Mixed Kreations for stopping by and leaving such a lovely comment! Good luck with your jars, I'm sure they will turn out beautiful! 🙂
I just love these little vases, they would look great as a centerpiece or in a kitchen window. I have learned to see the potential in every empty jar 🙂
Thank you, Toni! Yes I am always looking at things around the house and thinking of what I can do with them!! My hubby things I have 2 heads with some of the ideas that I come up with!! LOL 🙂
I love these! I love chalky paint as well, I have to try it on glass! They look so so nice Sam!
Thank you, Katrin! You will love it!
These are so cute and look easy to do. Love them.
They sure are an easy project, Cathy! They make nice gifts too!
Your new painted bottles are so adorable. Great idea and project and I love the colors!
Thank you, Janine!! So glad you like them!
Love them, Sam! What a great idea! Love the colors you chose too. What a wonderful way to upcycle old jars. I’m going to be keeping an eye out and not throw mine out so quickly now!
Thank you, Carolann! They were a fun project!!
What a pretty up-cycle! Isn’t it amazing what a little paint can do?!
Sure is Carrie! Definitely, my most favourite thing to do!
Love These! I made some similar a while back to take to my craft booth. Love them and need to make more. They are super easy to make. I love the way you have them displayed.
Aren’t they so fun to make and they make fabulous presents!