Make Your Own Apothecary Jar

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Dollar Store Challenge

I have a thing for jars.  Not just Mason Jars….any jar.  I have a big box in my garage full of spaghetti sauce jars, jam jars, iced coffee jars….just about any jars you can think of.  I love them and can’t bear to get rid of a good jar.  

For this little apothecary jar I started with two items from the Dollar Tree ~ a candleholder and a small, decorative lidded jar. I made it as part of the Dollar Store Challenge for the month.  

Other Supplies:

Paint

E6000

Ribbon and embellishments

I started by using my finger to swirl some gold paint on the bottom of my candleholder and allowed that to dry.  

While this was drying I added some craft paint to the inside of my jar and swirled it around and then turned it upside down to dry.  

Once the bottom of the candleholder was dry I added some gold paint to the top {where you would place the candle} and to the inside of the jar lid.  

Once everything was dry I used the E6000 to glue the base of my jar to the top of the candleholder.

Other than drying time, it only took about 5 minutes total time to make and I really love how it turned out.  I’m not sure where I’ll be putting it ~ probably my bedroom, but for now it’s on my desk….I like looking at it! 

You can check out some of my other jar crafts here.

I linked this up at this month’s challenge ~ check it out for more Dollar Store Challenge inspiration! 

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  1. 25

    says

    Now that is really pretty. The pink and the gold are perfect together and I love the embellishments too. I have to say, the picture of the gold paint on your finger made me LOL. I have blue paint all under my fingernails right now. #bloggerslife :) Thx for joining in the 1st Great Dollar Store Challenge. I pinned it! Hope you join up next month, too. :)
    Blessings, Barb

    • 26

      says

      Thanks so much, Barb! My husband was just commenting tonight about my nails…or lack thereof ~ 😉 It’s how I roll….nails, glue, glue gun burns…my hands are always taking a beating ~ I’m glad it’s not just me. I can’t wait to create something for the next challenge.

      Hugs,
      Mary Beth

  2. 27

    says

    what is it about jars?

    for i have a hoarding issue
    with them too

    love this little guy you made
    out of dollar store bits

    thanks for sharing
    at Fridays Unfolded!

    Alison

  3. 29

    Barbara B says

    It was fun to see how you created your sweet little jar. I also have boxes of all kinds of jars that I can’t bear to part with. I’m always thrilled to see them being using in creative ways. Thank you for sharing this.

  4. 41

    Lucy says

    When did you purhcase these jars? I’ve been ISO but every time I go to dollar tree I can’t find them :(

    • 42

      says

      In my Dollar Tree the jars are over by the glasses and coffee mugs ~ they had 2 different types. I hope that helps and I hope you can find them!

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