Pantry Storage Jars

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3 Hours
Easy

It is an outrage the number of jars and plastic containers we have to discard every day in a house. I'm keeping them because I like to re-use them, you can always find a different use that what they already had without having to go through a recycling center. The other day I started to sort them by size to try to gain some space and suddenly I had an idea.
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I had several of this size and thought it was ideal for pantry storage such as nuts, bay leaves, salt ... well, they gave much play. The first thing I did was gave them a thin coat of handmade chalk paint because it works wonderfully on glass, and then sprayed painted them. I did the same with the plastic lids. I like the fast and clean finish with spray, really.
They dried while I thought about what I was going to put them in, and when I decided I designed the labels. Then I printed and transferred them to the jars.
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This is another of those fast and cute projects I love, and I have a few more bottles ready to add to the collection.
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What do you think of the result? I love them, but I would like to know your opinion
Sweet Things - Pili

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  • Princess
    on Sep 26, 2017

    what software did you use to create the label and what did you use to glue the label on?

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  • Hava Klein
    on Oct 29, 2015

    How did you make the labels? Obviously on the computer but what program?

    • Sweet Things - Pili
      on Oct 29, 2015

      @Hava Klein, you can see the link to the source in my blog. Then you need Photoshop, for example, to personalize them

  • PJ Wise
    on Sep 14, 2017

    Another wonderful Scout project for the Christmas gift table. Perfect for church groups, senior projects. Wrap a set of six with ribbon, using "blackboard" labels, and place in a pretty box with tissue; what a great gift for everyone. Awesome finished project. Thanks !

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