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.

How to dye glass baby food jars using simple household items: food coloring, white glue, & water

Dyed Glass Luminaries from Baby Jars

How to dye glass baby food jars using simple household items: food coloring, white glue, & water

This is completely GENIUS! This is the quickest, easiest way (ever!) to tint mason jars blue! You won't believe how SIMPLE and INSTANT it is to get that perfect vintage blue mason jar color without any messy painting! And you can customize the color for your decor! www.settingforfour.com

The Easiest Way to Tint Mason Jars Blue

This is completely GENIUS! This is the quickest, easiest way (ever!) to tint mason jars blue! You won't believe how SIMPLE and INSTANT it is to get that perfect vintage blue mason jar color without any messy painting! And you can customize the color for your decor! www.settingforfour.com

Make your own tie dye galaxy jars in just a few steps using paint, a pouncer and mason jars.

Make your own tie dye galaxy jars in just a few steps using paint, a pouncer and mason jars.

how to dye mason jars.  pretty!  not just a vase, you can put your toothbrushes in these, makeup brushes, q tips...anything!

DIY Colored Glass Mason Jars

how to dye mason jars. pretty! not just a vase, you can put your toothbrushes in these, makeup brushes, q tips...anything!

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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