Tinting Mason jars with Mod Podge and food coloring.  Lots of details, from one of my favorite blogs.

Tinting Mason jars with Mod Podge and food coloring. Lots of details, from one of my favorite blogs.

This started out as a clear glass jar.  A mixture of Mod Podge, a little water, some food coloring, and 20 minutes in an oven and POOF, mason jars in whatever color you want!

This started out as a clear glass jar. A mixture of Mod Podge, a little water, some food coloring, and 20 minutes in an oven and POOF, mason jars in whatever color you want!

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tint jars----Pour about a 1/4 cup of  Outdoor Mod Podge onto a plastic plate and add 5 - 7 drops (depending on how light or dark you want your color) of food coloring.  I used McCormick's Neon Food Coloring (except the yellow - which is from a plain old box of food coloring).  BTW - this was MORE than enough of the mixture to cover three glass jars.

tint jars----Pour about a 1/4 cup of Outdoor Mod Podge onto a plastic plate and add 5 - 7 drops (depending on how light or dark you want your color) of food coloring. I used McCormick's Neon Food Coloring (except the yellow - which is from a plain old box of food coloring). BTW - this was MORE than enough of the mixture to cover three glass jars.

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