DIY mason jars art

DIY MASON JARS ART

You will need:
– clean mason jars or bottles
– nail polish (few different colours)
– shallow plastic container ( large enough to fit lying jars and bottles)
– lukewarm water
–  cotton buds
– nail polish remover
– rubber/latex gloves (optional)
– toothpicks (optional)

Pour lukewarm water into the container. Pour a small drop of nail polish into the  water. After few seconds you should be able to see a layer forming on a water surface . Add another drop of nail polish (place it in the middle of existing stain) and then add another  and  another. It should create a peacock style ‘sticker’ on the water suraface .

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You can transform your stain into the flower ( swirl colours together using a toothpick).You can  wait 10 seconds, let the first layer dry a bit  and then create a polka dot pattern (try not to make layers of a ‘sticker’ to thick).

Mason jars crafts

Slowly press one side of a jar towards water surface.You can roll it gently  to make sure pattern is evenly applied. Leave it to dry.
Use cotton buds and nail polish remover to clean smudges on the jar or to remove your pattern if you’re not happy about how it turned out.

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Learn  how to make your tumblers look fancy here.

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12 thoughts on “DIY mason jars art

  1. So pretty. Thanks for sharing this on the Happiness Is Homemade link party this week!

  2. Really fun idea and craft! Love the colors and the bouncing light. (Seen on Do Tell Tuesday.) Have you ever considered using a light tent for your photographs? It would take the focus off your backgrounds and back on your craft and neat colors.

  3. How fun is this, the kiddos will love this! Thanks for coming over and sharing at the Happiness is Homemade Link Party, hope to see you back Sunday morning!

  4. Pretty! Thanks for sharing these at our HomeAcre Hop!

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