Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Cool Colored Mason jars with Mod-hodgepodge


Learn how to colored mason jars with Mod-hodgepodge! These tinted mason jars are such a simple craft idea – you don’t have the experience to do it.skills: Not Required. Also, if you’ve in front designed never, you these tinted mason jars can. You’re easy to add food coloring to the Mod-hodgepodge and pour in glasses. It’s something I’ve always wanted to try and finally: colored mason jars! Have you heard about this cool technology? You can easily make glass coloring with Mod smorgasbord and food color.Like a tint Mod hotchpotchIt’s really easy to tint Mod smorgasbord and transform it into any color you like. You can do it with food colouring or paint (we have paint here).The only difference is remains, such as translucent (semi-transparent) of the hodgepodge to color after you. As you clearly know, the Mod-hodgepodge dries.color or acrylic paint is to Add food, it is a little bit translucent, in contrast to completely clear. Food color the Mod holds clear-hodgepodge pretty close.acrylic color is a little different, it has more pigmentation and isn’t as watery, so it makes the hodgepodge also less clear (translucent). Just something to think about as you decide on your project.Here’s how you can Add hue Mod hodgepodge:you work some Mod-smorgasbord to a small container (a piece of Tupperware Super).Put a couple of drops of food color, or color in the hodgepodge. Stir.Apply with a soft brush, spounders or foam brush to a clean surface. Let dry.That’s it! You can play a little with the combination of color and Mod-hodgepodge of a before you decide your final color. Just remember: you can always add more, but you can’t take it away. So you start with only a few drops! Colored Mason JarsI wanted to try some tinted mason jars for storage with this pint-size (mini) mason jars I found at Jo-Ann.I paired the colored Mod smorgasbord with my peel-n’ stick masks (the keys) and some Baker’s twine. I have yet to see a panel of stickers that. You’ll find a variety of ways to customize this project.they can be sweet memory in a few minutes. Here’s how I embellished slightly, the Mod hodgepodge of mason jars at the top.Mason Jar storageCollect These SuppliesMason jars – PT sizedMod hodgepodge gloss food coloring adhesive stencilsMod hodgepodge Spouncer applicators SetGlitter – colors of your choice Baker's twine – colors of your choice scissors paint brush chalkboard labels – small round (optional)Start by washing you clean your mason jars with a mild soap, and then let it dry. Trust me on this one. I didn’t you wash a glass and added the colored Mod smorgasbord, and it’t cling as well (my bad). Start by coating about two tablespoons of the Sheer color of your choice in a glass, and then to roll it to. This may take a few minutes.If you find that you need to add more, add about a tablespoon at a time, and continue to roll the glass until the entire inside is coated.tip: shake the jar over a trash can help to remove excess Mod collection and also help coat the inside. Just be sure you don’t shake too hard and explode, the Mod collection everywhere (um, haha). Repeat with the remaining glasses. When you are finished, coat all, lay it face down on a paper towel for several hours to let the excess Mod smorgasbord can flow.If the glasses need to is completely drained, turn them right side up to let the glasses to dry completely – over night. I was always moving the glasses around on the paper towel as well, just to make sure you didn’t stick. Choose your design to place on the fronts of the mason jars. I put another button on the front of each glass. Carefully pull the template from the supporter sheet and smooth it flat on the glass surface, so that in the middle of your design. Use the spouncer to add Mod-hodgepodge, to the template. Use a medium layer of Mod smorgasbord, and work quickly, because the Mod-hodgepodge dries quickly. Completely cover the button. Peel the stencil and pour the glitter on the upper right way.tip: pour the glitter on the glass on a piece of paper, so that you can pour the excess back into the original container. Repeat with all the jars, then leave to dry. Remove excess glitter with the brush (easy brush it out).Replace the lid on your jars and baker cut's twine to wrap around each lid. Tie in a bow. Instead of a panel, the circle on the top of each glass in the middle, so that you can write the contents on the lid. Can you believe these labels? I Love You. If you exclude dry time, these colored mason jars lasted to decorate only a few minutes. I love you, and I want a whole rainbow!In search of more Mod hodgepodge mason jar crafts? Click on the image below!

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