Simple Stained Mason Jars
Leave a permanent mark with Simple Stained Mason Jars. Whether you're looking for Mason jar centerpiece ideas or plan to fill it with treats, this is a unique way to make a big statement. Best of all, the technique is so easy, kids can help with the process. Use Mod Podge and dye to create a completely one-of-a-kind design that everyone will love. You won't believe how easy it is to make a Mason jar crafts that look as good as anything you'd find in a store. For a light look, you only need to apply one coat of the handmade dye - it doesn't get better than that.
- Rit Dye
- Mod Podge
- Foam brush
- Mason jars
- Pour 1/3 dye into a bowl.
- Pour 2/3 Mod Podge into the same bowl.
- Mix together with a foam brush.
- Apply the stain to Mason jar or glass. For a rich color, apply two coats.
- Let dry overnight.
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Jan 31, 2020
This was very disappointing. I ordered a bunch of Rit dye just for this project. When I mixed Golden Yellow it curdled my Mod Podge, rendering it useless. Maybe this will work with some colors but it would be nice to know what they are so you dont waste materials.
Feb 03, 2020
Hi there, I'm so sorry this happened! The designer over and Debbie Doo's suggests dipping the paint brush in water in between each stroke to avoid clumping. You can see her tutorial on using Mod Podge and Rit Dye here: https://www.debbie-debbiedoos.com/mixing-mod-podge-and-rit-dye-project-2/ If you have any RIT Dye left over and want to give the project another go, I hope that helps!
Jan 31, 2020
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