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I'm addicted to mason jars and have collected many. I didn't know that I could tint my own mason jars. This method actually works, although it may take a couple tries to get it right. Such a cute way to transform the ordinary jar into a work of art.
Contributed by Chloé Hagle
Why not start the day with something to make you happy? Recently I made my boyfriend a pair of mugs that looked similar to these. Adorable, YES. A pain in the bum, YES. You simply use sharpies to design the mug, then bake them for 10 mins on 450 degress (so I thought). The mugs design started coming off, so my advice would be to, after baking (once cooled), add a layer or two of mod podge to seal in the design! (make sure it's water resistant mod podge).
Contributed by Hannah Margaret Rebne
Supplies: four 1×4 pine boards, 60” long, corners mitered to 45 degrees two 1×3 pine boards, 53” long (measure the interior of your 60” frame for exact measurements) four flat corner brackets four flat straight brackets screws four squares cut from 1×4 remnants finishing nails wood stain foam brush rag two clamp work lights spray paint painter’s tape measuring tape vertical blinds 3/8” staples staple gun plaster or drywall screws with anchors drill Click link below for tutorial
Contributed by Karen Webb