How To Make Tinted Mason Jars

3 Materials
$5
30 Minutes
Easy

Mason jars have been pretty hot in home decor and have so many uses. Personally, I find places to put them in almost every room! To pretty them up, I decided to tint them various colors to give them a fresh look and match my decor. Give it a try for yourself!
tinted mason jars
SUPPLIES:
- Mason Jar
- Food Coloring
- Mod Podge
- Oven
- Stirring Utensil
tinted mason jars
Step 1) Pour Mod Podge into your jar so that it is 1/4 full.






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Step 2) Add a few drops of food coloring.
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Step 3) Mix until blended well and there are no streaks in the mixture.
My mixture is now blended well.
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Step 4) Twist and turn your jar until all of the mixture has covered the inside of the area of the jar completely.
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Step 5) Place upside down onto a disposal container. Let dry approx. 4 hours or until mod podge has hardened. The extra liquid will have poured out.
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Step 6) Once dry, place your jars upside down onto a lined baking tray.
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Step 7) Bake in the oven for 30-45 minutes at 250 degrees. If your jars are still opaque, continue baking in increments of 10 minutes.
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The finished product! Aren't they pretty?
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Use them as vases.
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To hold craft supplies.
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Or, even in your bathroom for accessories!


Suggested materials:

  • Mason jar  (michaels)
  • Mod podge  (michaels)
  • Food coloring  (stop n shop)

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3 of 125 questions
  • Karen
    on Mar 31, 2019

    Can you use these for creams or other “things” ? Will the color wear off into the cream ????

  • Kim
    on Apr 10, 2019

    They were clear when I took them out of the oven but as they started cooling they started turning cloudy. What did I do wrong?

    • Kim
      on Apr 10, 2019

      Know what I did wrong, needed to turn them after I got them out of the oven


  • Kathy Froloff
    on Apr 20, 2019

    Can you use acrylic paint instead of food coloring?

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  • Lisarae
    on Mar 5, 2019

    Absolutely beautiful and great directions. I will be doing this very soon. Thank you

    • Dina Caten Pope
      on Mar 5, 2019

      Did you try this and if so, what's your thoughts about it? Did you have Mason jars or other kinds of jars? I have a friend that did this with Spaghetti sauce jars and she loves them

  • Rhonda
    on Mar 21, 2019

    I will be trying this project also I'm going to try it on mason jar drimking glasses I think that would ne neat to use at a bbq

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