This is the 2nd Tuesday of March (already!?!) and that means it’s Trash to Treasure Tuesday! Each month my friends and I share thrifty makeovers from free or cheap items. You can see my past T2T makeovers HERE.
This month I chose to upcycle a couple of random glass jars I had:
I bought a glass candle holder from the dollar store and pulled out a couple knobs from my stash. I glued the pieces together with E6000 (affiliate link) – the strongest and best super glue ever.
If you use E6000, just make sure to let it sit for at least 24 hours before moving your project around. Do you like my DIY apothecary jar? 🙂
For the shorter jar, I painted the lid and a plain wooden knob in Modern Masters silver metallic paint (affiliate link) and glued them together.
They look adorable filled with treats, but they’d also look great with seasonal decor, craft supplies, Q-tips or cotton balls in the bathroom – the list is endless!
This project cost me almost nothing! If you don’t have any empty jars at home, you can buy them for a couple bucks at Hobby Lobby (save more $ if you buy them when they’re 50% off). I’m planning to make some DIY apothecary jars with Ball mason jars too.
What do you think of my upcycled glass jars?
Now visit my friends’ T2T projects below – click each link to see the After of the pieces in the photos! (Bless’er House couldn’t join us this time but she’ll be back next month.)
Also – share your best Trash to Treasure makeover on Instagram with the hashtag #trashtotreasuretransformation today (3/8) through Saturday morning (3/12) and have a chance to win a HomeRight paint sprayer and be featured on all of our IG accounts! Follow me at @jen_girlinthegarage for more details. We’ll pick a winner on Saturday afternoon.
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