Updated on January 28, 2020
Back in July I wrote a post about trying to complete my unfinished projects before taking on anything new. The list is long, and not much has gotten crossed off. I made a promise to myself to not add new things to my crafty to-do list until at least 75% of that list was completed.
I did have to make an exception for some gifting things I have made as well as some party planning, like my son’s Lego Batman party. Now that the party is over, I can once again focus on getting some things checked off my list.
This has got to be one of the easiest projects out there, but makes such a great impact for decorating. It can be adapted for any season, holiday or occasion, just by what you fill the jars with. I think that must be why they are so popular all over blog-land. Oh, and did I mention this is a very inexpensive project as well?
- Adhesive remover
- E6000 glue
- Glass jars/vases
- Glass candlesticks
|Leaves from the dollar store
|Rocks from the dollar store and some branches I had laying around in my fake flower stash
|Scrapbook paper cut to fit the height of a jar
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