Upcycled Glass Jars For Storing Those Tiny Toys!

2 Materials
$5
20 Minutes
Easy

If you ever have some empty glass jars you need to use, try this quick and easy DIY project!


These upcycled glass jars can be used to store and organize those tiny toys and all kinds of different kids supplies, for example, crayons, beads, stamps, lego, erasers etc.

First you need to remove the lids from the glass jars you're using. Now paint them with the chalkboard paint. Lay the lids flat on some paper and let dry.


When the lids are completely dry, you should paint another coat to be sure you get a nicer finish on your glass jar lids.

Peel off a few stickers and attach them to your newly upcycled glass jars!

Use a white marker and write down the content of the jars.

If you're storing these upcycled glass jars in a drawer like we are, you can also write the content on the top of the lid as well.



I really hope you enjoyed this super easy tutorial!


To find out what marker I used on this project ( my favorite go-to marker for any DIY project!) in my full blog post here.

Suggested materials:
  • Chalkboard Paint   (Amazon)
  • Stickers   (Amazon)
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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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