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Mod Podge Mason Jars

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Store anything from craft supplies to silverware in these super cute and easy to make Mod Podge Mason Jars from Amanda Formaro.  Recycled crafts like this are great for classrooms or craft groups, and it's an easy way to clear out your craft stash and get organized at the same time!

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Mod Podge Mason Jars

Materials:

  • Fabric
  • Iron
  • Mod Podge
  • Paintbrush
  • Felt
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Vintage looking buttons


Instructions:

  1. To figure out how much fabric you need, lay a jar onto the fabric and roll it up in it. Leave about an inch of extra fabric at both the top and bottom of the jar. Trim to fit around the jar, leaving yourself an inch or so extra. You can always trim the excess off if you need to.
     
  2. Paint the jar with Mod Podge. Lay the jar onto the fabric and use your fingers to press the fabric to the glass. Cut slits in the fabric overage at the top of the jar to make it easier to fold inside. Add some Mod Podge to the inside of the mouth of the jar and press the fabric inside. Repeat this process for the bottom of the jar. Set these aside to dry.

    Mod Podge Jars
     
  3. Cut strips of felt and hot glue them around the rim of the jar. Hot glue buttons onto the felt to embellish.

    Mod Podge Jars
     
  4. Fill with pens, pencils, paintbrushes etc!

    Mod Podge Jars

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I'm going to have to make this for my craft room.

I love this idea! I hand paint glass vases and jars and all types of glass, this has given me some great new inspiration for some new ideas!!! Not to mention what a great way to get more organization out of my craft room!! Thanks so much :)

great idea

Thank you! Glad you like them ;)

I just moved and have soooo many jars I was going to use as storage in the craft room, this will make them so much more aesthetic. And I have soooo much fabric to choose from, LOVE this GREAT idea. Thank you for the great timing of this one

Thanks TLC so glad it helped!

Super cute, I am making at least two.

Awesome, hope you have fun!

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