You make Mason jars, you can Write Colored!
Dye mason jars with Mod smorgasbord of pure colors – then add, delete, paint the panel, so that you can label! This is a very simple craft!
The mason jar fad doesn’t seem to be extinction in the foreseeable future – and let’s face it – I love it! Decorating mason jars is really easy and fun, especially with Mod-smorgasbord.
If you like the colored mason love jars trend, then you need to check out the Mod smorgasbord of pure colors, if you haven’t already. They are bright and awesome, and you need to self-don’t to mix everything.
I've decided to paint the Mod smorgasbord of pure colors, these glasses, and then added the ability to write on it with a special chalkboard paint – that’s clear!
These glasses are simple, but that's what I like about you. You can write what you want on the page . . . I’ll show you how it’s done.
Collect Clear Chalkboard Mason Jars
Mason jars – Supplied; any size; you can also use old glass jars
Mod smorgasbord of pure colors
FolkArt chalkboard paint – clear
The Sheer colors are really easy to use. Just add your favorite shade to the inner side of the glass, then rolling around until you cover. I’d start with just a little bit and then add more as you need, so that you don’t all the waste.
Once I’ve covered the insides of my glasses, I put them upside down on kitchen paper for a while, let the excess drain. You’ll need to make you each move so often, so that you don’t glue, the Mod-hodgepodge on paper. Once you’ve drained enough, you can turn on it to dry it completely.
I was pumping almost out of my pants when I found out about clear chalkboard paint. Isn’t that cool?!
you just paint the clear chalkboard paint directly on the top of the jar. You give some layers, let dry between the layers.
if you’re done, prepare it as you paint it periodic table (according to the bottle instructions).
you can write on the surface with chalk – just amazing!
I made mistake, these glasses with the Halloween colors – it IS my favorite holiday! Wasn’t a simple craft? Now . . . what I can color and write it?