Distressed & Modge Podge Spring Jars
Welcome to our Spring Challenge! Today I will share how I took 2 recycled spaghetti sauce jars and dressed them up for Spring.This project was a trial and error journey, but I believe that I have it figured out now, so I am quite thrilled to be sharing it with you! First I painted the jars and then sanded them. I discovered that I needed to be a little more aggressive with sanding to give them the
After the jars were painted and distressed they are all ready now for Modge Podge using fabric.I chose to go with a Spring theme by using blue chalk paint, floral vintage fabric and multi-color ric-rac trim for my Easter table in our Breakfast nook.This project is broken down into 2 Steps.1. Chalk paint/distress jars.2. Modge Podge with fabric jars.
The Paint Project*Cover your work area with paper.*Pour small amount of chalk paint onto paper plate.*Using a paint brush apply one to coats of chalk paint to jar, allowing to dry in- between applications.*Dry thoroughly before sanding.
The Modge Podge Project Cut measured Fabric and ric-rac with pinking shears .Brush modge-podge onto jar, place fabric and ric- rack on jar, apply more modge -podgeRepeat this process until both textiles are securely in place.Let Dry
- Chalk Paint (Walmart)
- Paint Brush (Walmart)
- Fabric (JoAnn's)
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