MY DIY | Sea Glass Supply Jars
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I have a bit of an office supplies hoarding situation going on in my studio, which means: time to organize! I have been wanting to try out Krylon ® Sea Glass Finish for a while now, so I stopped by the thrift store and picked up a bunch of glass jar and containers. Then I picked up Krylon Sea Glass Finish in Sea Foam. To keep the clutter hidden but easy to identify, I labeled each with stickers before spraying. I love getting a peek of my patterned washi tape. Check out the steps and supplies after the break!
What you need:
Vinyl letter stickers
What to do:
Place your stickers onto the jar.
Shake your can for 3 minutes.
Always read the product label for proper application and safety instructions
Spray the glass containers with a thin layer and let dry for 1 minute.
Spray two additional layers and let dry completely.
Once the paint has fully dried, pull off each of the vinyl letters.
Add your supplies!
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I love the look of these! Super cool!
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I totally love them, they look so gorgeous!
This looks so quick to make 🙂 definitely going to try it out to put in my craft room!
Love this!!! I will have to try that! I have collected jars and bottles to use in craft storage and this is perfect for making them pretty! Thanks!
This looks so cool. In fact, it can pass off as something store bought. I absolutely adore the finish of the paint you used. 🙂
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So nice and clever. I love sea green.
Oh my goodness, I cannot wait to make these! What a cute way to bring a bathroom or office together 🙂
I just bought this sea glass spray paint the other day! I’ve done mason jars but the idea to put on stickers is so adorable! I’m gonna have to try this.
Hey girl. Nice blog stumbled across this little beauty just today ?. I love this DIY. I will definitely be using it to organise my hoarding problem as well.
beautiful and easy! my type of craft.
This is so freaking cute! I love how you always have an innovative new project up your sleeve.
This is GORGEOUS and it looks so easy, too! I’m going to have to give this a try.
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