Baby Jar Votive  THINGS YOU NEED:  Empty Jar, Paint brush, Mod Podge,Food coloring, Clear labels WHAT TO DO: Make sure the sticky stuff is off glass (i used tape to peel it off).  Mix a small amount of food coloring with modpodge in cup. Apply to glass let dry over night.  Print desired labels to personalize it add very small amount of modpodge (NO COLORING) over label... keep an eye on it as the labels may appear to peel off if too much is added!  Have fun BE CREATIVE ©

Baby Jar Votive THINGS YOU NEED: Empty Jar, Paint brush, Mod Podge,Food coloring, Clear labels WHAT TO DO: Make sure the sticky stuff is off glass (i used tape to peel it off). Mix a small amount of food coloring with modpodge in cup. Apply to glass let dry over night. Print desired labels to personalize it add very small amount of modpodge (NO COLORING) over label... keep an eye on it as the labels may appear to peel off if too much is added! Have fun BE CREATIVE ©

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Shipping Container Living ~ Once confined to scrap metal yards or landfills, shipping containers are quickly becoming the darlings of the modern architectural world. Easily transportable, widely available and practically indestructible, these metal boxes

Ever wondered what to do with your empty baby food jars? This tea light chandelier might be exactly what you are looking for.

Ever wondered what to do with your empty baby food jars? This tea light chandelier might be exactly what you are looking for.

BABY FOOD VALENTINE'S JAR What to do with all those baby food jars? I came up with the perfect DIY Valentine to put them to good use. This will also give you an excuse to use some of that pretty fabric, washi tape, or scrapbook paper you've been collecting:-) Use some chalkboard paint for the lids to write the recipient's name on them. Fill them up with yummy treats! I'll post my step-by-step directions on my blog tomorrow.

BABY FOOD VALENTINE'S JAR What to do with all those baby food jars? I came up with the perfect DIY Valentine to put them to good use. This will also give you an excuse to use some of that pretty fabric, washi tape, or scrapbook paper you've been collecting:-) Use some chalkboard paint for the lids to write the recipient's name on them. Fill them up with yummy treats! I'll post my step-by-step directions on my blog tomorrow.

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