Sweet new beginnings for Mayo jars...

February 4th, 2017 in member junk     
Gadora_Wilder Gadora_Wilder, member
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Jars ~ DONE. Simple repurposing of otherwise ordinary jars...
Close-up of chalkboard-painted center.
Jars taped with painters tape, for easy removal, into any pattern you wish.
Lids were first cleaned, then sprayed with plastic-approved primer/paint.
Mayonnaise glass jars ready for a sweet life...
Jars ~ DONE. Simple repurposing of otherwise ordinary jars...

Jars ~ DONE. Simple repurposing of otherwise ordinary jars...

Photo: Gadora Wilder

Giving new life to something otherwise considered trash... is SWEET! Get glass jars ready for their next life with some chalkboard paint, and a lil imagination. Because Valentine's Day is around the corner, Gadora chose to fill her new jars with candy... but they'd be happy in any pantry holding a quart of rice, flour, and sugar... For a detailed how-to, check out GadoraWilder.com.

Pattern or design used: My own design - Do-it-Yourself anything jars...
posted in: member junk, container, glass, fun, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, red, jar, gadora wilder

Comments (18)

KAJUNK writes: COOL STUFF, LOVE GLASS JARS! Posted: 7:18 pm on March 8th
Gadora_Wilder writes: Thank you JMS for the email shout-out! I REALLY appreciate it! Posted: 11:33 am on January 27th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Love these, aren't glass jars great... Posted: 6:12 pm on January 22nd
racers7 writes: Now thats a nice repurpose. Melody Posted: 2:24 pm on January 22nd
Gadora_Wilder writes: In response to "itsnotjunk2me"... I thought the egg cartons was a great idea too, until I looked underneath the lids. They need to be sprayed on a FLAT surface to avoid the extra step of removing any sprayed paint underneath. BoooOOOoo. Sure makes for a fun picture though, doesn't it? (I have an all together different idea for those egg cartons... some day.....) Posted: 5:58 pm on January 21st
suewhitney writes: I think these just might be the cutest things ever! Thanks for sharing a great way to use empty mayo jars.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 5:46 pm on January 21st
alicemom writes: Really creative and useful idea! Who does not have jars????????????
smiles, alice Posted: 4:34 pm on January 21st
smiller0529 writes: Great idea! Posted: 2:59 pm on January 21st
janetleecarl writes: Cute idea!
my husband asks me to wash out (slippery project) the mircle whip plastic containers so he can store his nails in them. (sometimes i just throw them out..but don't tell him) Posted: 2:00 pm on January 21st
itsnotjunk2me writes: I too love your repurpose of an ordinary item. They look great! I also appreciate your mini photo tutorial- the idea of spraying on top of egg cartons rather than a flat surface is something I had never thought of using! You have a talent for taking the mundane to awesome in simple easy steps. I am smitten with chalkboard paint too! ~judi ;) Posted: 1:41 pm on January 21st
54girl writes: These are too cute!! What a fun idea! And I agree I love chalkboard paint too!! I didn't know that it came in differnt colors though. Well have to check that out. Mary Posted: 1:21 pm on January 21st
bluebucket writes: Love this idea. Will now have to re-organize some "stuff" into jars, labeled of course on some chalkpaint.
doreen Posted: 12:05 pm on January 21st
JunkArchitect writes: You come up with the most creative ways of using paint. The jars are amazing.

Posted: 11:20 am on January 21st
chippingcharm writes: These are too fun! Laurel Posted: 11:12 am on January 21st
fellowjunker writes: I love this idea.....saw some similiar ideas at Pier One on glass....I so love chalkboard paint!!!! And now it comes in just about every colour at Michaels!
xojanis Posted: 10:51 am on January 21st
shabbychick writes: These are too sweet! Don't ya just love chalkboard paint? You've taken mayonnaise jars to a whole new level.

Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Posted: 10:49 am on January 21st
RustyDiva writes: Love glass jars too! Great re-purpose. Posted: 10:14 am on January 21st
oldnews writes: Very Cute! I'm with you, no jar ever goes to waste here either! I use them in my work shop to organize nuts, bolts, etc. and in my craft room for everything from buttons to embroidery thread! At school the plastic ones hold game markers, counters, and crayons! LOVE yours!! Marie Posted: 10:01 am on January 21st
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