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A DIY Mason Jar Dining Caddy

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We love to eat outdoors in the summertime but I hate hauling everything back and forth from the kitchen to the deck. So I transformed an old wooden "tote" into a dining caddy complete with mason jars with chalkboard labels. So simple and fun! Please visit us At the Picket Fence.com to see the full tutorial and finished product.
  • a diy mason jar dining caddy, chalkboard paint, crafts, mason jars
Click the link below for full tutorial and finished product!
  • a diy mason jar dining caddy, chalkboard paint, crafts, mason jars
A little bit of tape goes a long way in this project. Click the link below for full tutorial and finished product!
  • a diy mason jar dining caddy, chalkboard paint, crafts, mason jars
Click the link below to see the full tutorial and finished product!

To see more: http://www.atthepicketfence.com/2013/08/diy-stenciled-dining-caddy-with-mason-jars.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Shirley Anderson
    Shirley Anderson Colville, WA

    I really like it. Is the wood really heavy enough?

  • Christina
    Christina Mabank, TX

    that looks like an old carpenters tote, It should be heavy enough to carry anything you want. (if in fact that is what it is)

  • Michelle Wade

    I do this with my silverware but one day I went to pick up the jar and the bottom fell out so I line the bottom with something (I used a papertowel folded up for now)...I am thinking I would get some of the drawer liner and put a couple layers in the

  • Kimberly Worthington
    Kimberly Worthington Huntington, IN

    I like this idea the only thing I would have done differently is to put the silverware in the jar upside down so that people would not be touching other peoples silverware when they went to get theirs.

  • Connie Keen
    Connie Keen Portland, TN

    It's best to either place a piece of cork in bottom of jar or fold a napkin and place in bottom of jar to keep cutlery from breaking the bottom....just saying.

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