DIY Mason Jar Makeover

DIY Mason jar makeover

All it took is some hot glue and chalk paint to revamp this mason jar.

I used the hot glue to make circular dots on the mason jar and let them dry out. I did it in batches on one side so that it would settle and not spread. Getting rid of the strings of glue was so annoying but it can be pulled off later as well.
This is how it looked once the glue hardened.
I painted it with folkart chalk paint – I gave it 2 coats – although I think, 3 coats would have been better.

This is finally how it looked once dry.

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  2. This is such a cute, low-tech way to get the milk glass milk for less! I especially like the platter with the little hobnail accent. Thanks for sharing!

  3. This is really cute! How clever to use the hot glue to give it texture. Thanks for sharing the tutorial! I’m visiting today from the Traffic Jam Weekend link up. Have a great weekend Naush!

    • Aww !! Thank you Shelbee. You are ever so encouraging. I’m just a frugal soul – I suppose that’s what brings out the ideas 🙂

    • I never knew they were called Hobnail – i have another project coming up with the same technique. Thank you so much for your visit Niky.

  4. You always have such awesome and inexpensive craft!. I think I might try this at Christmas time.

    I’m going to feature this at our Party in Your PJs tonight on my Grandma Ideas site. Thanks so much being such a dedicated participant.

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