It's amazing what you can do with a dab of spray paint. These unique vases are a sweet and simple little project that I discovered while looking for creative uses for the millions of mason jars I have collected in my kitchen. A modern, painted mason jar can hold just about anything: flowers, pens, cooking utensils, even cotton swabs!
I spotted this project on Joy's Hope, where a bit of Rust-oleum and some elbow grease produced these colorful vases.
The process is simple: fill the inside walls of a glass mason jar with spray paint, or equally adhering glass craft paint, roll to cover all sides, and then drip dry over a piece of cardboard. While not suitable for drinking from, a spray-painted mason jar can make flowers or household tools pop!
See more photos and instructions at Joy's Hope.
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