Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Recycled Jars for Spring


Hi Friends,

Someone gave me a few of these flat sided spice jars.

I thought I would decorate them for Easter and turn them into

candy jars.



We just need a jar, a little bit of Mod Podge, paint brush and a picture.





If you need a picture, I'll share mine!

Just cut to fit.

Doesn't he look mischievous?

Let's hope that daffodil is a gift, but he looks like he got caught red handed!


Copy and save  :)


 


A very serious Rabbit!











Brush a thin coat of

Mod Podge to the back 

your bunny.

After it is dry go over the front,

try to stay off the glass.

If you go over use a wet cloth 

to ripe off the excess.











I filled them up with candy!



















That took 5 min. to make.....and 5 more min. to eat the candy!



Enjoy your day-

Thank you for visiting, I always appreciate your time.

xo Lisa S


21 comments:

  1. When I was a kid in the 1950's, every jar in the world was painted or had a decal applied to it. It was the way of recycling and using up things instead of buying new. These remind me of that...and yes...decals on candy jars, tins, boxes would have been the Easter thing for sure. Love the old picks you have in yours also! CUTE! Sandi

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    1. Sandi,
      I love the old water decals! I have a sheet I have been saving for years. I'm not sure how to use them. I need to investigate this!
      My recycling has really improved through the pandemic. I have been trying to be creative without spending any money:)
      Thank you my friend-
      xo Lisa S

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  2. So simple and cute!! Thanks for sharing it at our #HomeMattersParty :)

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  3. You made the cutest festive bottles for Easter.

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    1. Julie,
      You are so sweet. Thanks! It's so nice to have you here.
      xo Lisa S

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  4. So adorable! I love this idea. Simple, but so special, too. Thanks for sharing it at Thursday Favorite Things!

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    1. Pam,
      Thank you so much for your kind words!
      xo Lisa S

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  5. Your mischievous little rabbit made me smile. This is such a cute craft and so easy to make. And reuse old bottles at the same time. Thanks for showing up each week and sharing your posts with us. #HomeMattersParty

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    1. Donna,
      Thank you so much! I have to fill them with more candy...I don't know what happened.
      xo Lisa S

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  6. Happy spring to you, Lisa!!! This is a fun and easy idea for any season and decoupage is just fun to do anyway! I love that you used these vintage style rabbits on your bottles... Adorable!!!

    Anyway, after a week off with travels to Oklahoma for my second Covid shot and visiting another garden center, I am happy to be back and feature your post at this week's Share Your Style #298. <3

    Hope all is well out your way,
    Spring hugs,
    Barb :)

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    1. Barb,
      So glad you are well! I get worried when you are missing :)
      And take care of your tailbone!
      Thank you so much for visiting, I know it's hard to catch up.
      I am so excited to be part of your feature. You are so sweet!
      xo Lisa S

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  7. Great idea! Thanks so much for linking up with me at the Unlimited Monthly Link Party 23!

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