Mason Jar Challenge: Doorstop

December 1st, 2013 in member junk     
MakinItHappen MakinItHappen, member
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Pretty obvious what I used: jar, sand, shells, ribbon, wooden dowel, and a wood ball for the end.
Pretty obvious what I used: jar, sand, shells, ribbon, wooden dowel, and a wood ball for the end.

Pretty obvious what I used: jar, sand, shells, ribbon, wooden dowel, and a wood ball for the end.


I love a challenge! Sue said make something for Christmas, so, hey, how bout a Christmas doorstop? Saves my back from bending over, so it's practical and fun, too.


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (6)

MakinItHappen writes: Thanks for your question, bojana: Very simple. I just drilled a hole in the end of the dowel and a hole in the jar lid and screwed the two together. In other words, the screw head is now on the underneath side of the lid. Posted: 9:12 pm on December 4th
bojana writes: Love it! How did you secure the dowel to the jar lid to keep it from pulling out or off when you moved it? Thanks for responding in advance. Posted: 5:42 pm on December 4th
gadgetsponge writes: Great idea and great problem solving! Posted: 6:24 pm on December 2nd
shabbychick writes: Very creative! Love it!

Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Posted: 7:43 am on December 2nd
georgiamoon writes: Very inventive and cute too BOOT!
Georgia Posted: 7:39 am on December 2nd
suewhitney writes: You're making it happen! :) Love it...just what I was looking for, creative ideas.

Be Well,
Sue

Posted: 7:38 am on December 2nd
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