June 25, 2013


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PINQUETTE Jessie has a cool project
she is sharing with us today!!!
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Hello Everyone!
 I have a cool project for you today. I was cruising the evil place
know as Pinterest and found this cool way of coloring Mason jars.
So this is what I came up with....
I got a ton of mason jars at my Aunt's house. I used white school glue,
a little water and some food coloring. I mixed red and blue to
get my purple :) I painted the mixture on the outside of
my jar. You have to flip the jar a few times during the
drying so it doesn't run. A few things, make this at home.
I did a crafting day with my sister and tried to drive home
with it, and it wasn't dry and it fell out of the cup holder
and got a little funky...lol I still like it. Then I used white
and black ribbon around the center and some bakers twine.
Then I added my Pinque Peacock LAYERED GARDEN BEAUTY from the
May release and then the pin was made with beads from the BEAD BUFFET.

I hope you enjoyed the project and you will try to
make some of these cool jars yourself :D

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Thank you PINQUETTE Jessie, for sharing
your lovely and creative project!!!
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AJ Scrapbooking & Cards said...

Wow Jessie your colored mason jar is so very pretty. I can really see the purple. I love this idea and your stick pin is so cute. TFS AJ-

ScrapYourWorld said...

well isn't that the neatest thing!! LOVE your project

scrapbookingforfun said...

Love the unique use of PP products!!

Jessica Buffa said...

Purple-Liscious! Darling crafty fun project. I adore that pin you made with your beads, too! Whoop, Whoop, Whoop (that's 3 cheers for Jessie)

SusieScrapper said...

Very cute, always love jar projects!


Donna K said...

What a sweet project! I love anything JAR related and the Pinque products just topped this off perfectly!