Best Ways You Can Decorate with Mason Jar Crafts

Toilet potty

Ready for a DIY tutorial on how to make your own bathroom storage accessories? They are painted in a beautiful shade of chalk paint!
My recommendation is this chalk paint, it has a great consistency and leaves a great coverage. However, if you are on a budget, this stuff is still great!
Mason jars are so versatile that when I clean, I like to buy jars in bulk at low prices. This way I can always have Mason jars on hand to store salads or handmade lotions.

SLIGHTLY TINTED LENSES

Another simple tutorial for beginners. These jars look like Mason jars specially ordered for your spring tablescape, but they are just a regular jar with a simple DIY makeover.

All you have to do is mix the Mod Podge and the food coloring (this product is a great budget kit!) and shake it in jars.

Let it dry upside down overnight, and in the morning the opaque quality of the Mod Podge will have disappeared, and you will end up with the beautifully tinted canned jars. This project would work for all types of glass – let your imagination run wild!

HOW TO PAINT GLASSES WITH CHALK PAINT

The quick details? These painted Mason jars have been covered with Annie Sloan chalk paint (without a doubt the most velvety chalk paint on the market! Take it from an experienced professional!). The glasses were painted in an old white (cream) color and troubled and I love them!

ONE-PIECE RAINBOW DIY OIL LANTERNS

Make beautiful oil lamps from Mason jars and glass bottles. These are much safer than candles, and you can make them in about two minutes with vegetable oil like this, something smelly (delicious) and water!

I’m looking forward to the summer when I can make lemongrass oil lamps for my garden, because mosquitoes like to bite me. Maybe I’m so cute?! This is my favorite brand of essential oils that I use in Crafts.

COCKTAIL GLASS, GIFTS

That’s a great idea! You can make several of these during the holiday season and store them in a closet to use as emergency gifts!

A GLASS UNIVERSITY SURVIVAL KIT

If you have family members who steal the nest, look for a giant jar and fill it. I remember getting a similar survival kit the first time I went to college.

Receiving this gift was a real symbol and I have many good memories of it! So, you know it’s a good idea. In any cover, don’t forget to add these clothing rolls and maybe some coupons for Febreeze. Students can be angry lol.

DIY FIREFLY GLASSES

Oh, wow! These are fantastic! Can you imagine making a lot of them and having them all lined up on a shelf?

Having such a shelf would be a great decorative feature in a child’s room!

GLOW IN THE DARK BOX JARS

Yup! Add them to the glow-in-the-dark shelf! I would say that this would be a great craft for the children to entertain them for an afternoon.

DIY POTS TO STORE IN THE BATHROOM!

Toiletries, cotton and other bathroom accessories don’t have to be unsightly! Decorate your bathroom with beautiful DIY jars!

MAKING AN AQUARIUM GLASS

Here is another craft that would make a great project for kids to make and sell! Can you imagine being at a craft fair, swinging on a stand and a child selling his glass aquariums?! Get out of the city! Yes! It’s so cute that you should buy it.

GLASS STORAGE TRAY

Nothing beats the feeling of the sun on your face and the salty air entering your nostrils! So why not make a great Souvenir craft by decorating your Mason jars with seashells?

Keep it in your office and if you need a Moment to go back to the beach, you can just close your eyes and taste the salty air!

A GLASS TISSUE BOX

I love this idea! It cannot be more unsightly if unexpected guests arrive, if you are dosed by the cold, then your guests will be faced with a box of dirty tissues and a box of new tissues.. I usually tie them together. However, these glasses would be much less unsightly!

NEVER LOSE THE SALT

Salt and pepper shakers in every house. I have always been a big advocate of exciting dishes and Accessories! Season your salt and pepper shakers and place them on your dining table.

ONE-IN-ONE SEWING KIT FOR GLASSES

Oh my word, I remember when this was published in 2011! I’ve always liked this idea and if you have a smart friend, this is a perfect gift idea.

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