I couldn't wait to share this DIY project. Especially because it didn't cost me anything as I had everything I needed on hand. I am hoping you do too! I was actually online a couple of days ago looking for a great way to fill an apothecary jar. Yes, just one. I felt kinda bad because I should have had a set of them by now! Each time I went online for ideas they have a set of three or more in staggered heights. And this brought me to the point where I just had to have another!
I ran into this blog site found here (Frugal Upstate) and loved how Jenn shopped at home to make her own apothecary jars! Really Creative.
This is what you need.
2. I washed the jar and wiped it clean.
|Cleaned and Dried|
3. I looked everywhere for a glass like candlestick like the ones you can get from a dollar store, I didn't have one. But what I did have was found at a Goodwill and to be quite honest I don't know what it's called but it held my jewelry. It was $3 and bought it about three months ago.
4. E6000 Glue.
Here's how I did it:
1. Place glue around the edge of the jar.
|Glue Bottom of Jar|
|Allow Time For Drying|
3. Place anywhere you would like and add item inside that will compliment the season we are in. I just placed the beautiful pasta back inside. I am thinking of replacing soon with pecans or some type of nuts.
|All Done! & Beautiful!|
XOXOXO, Mary Elizabeth