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DIY Small Jars with Chalkboard Labels

By: Aki for diycandy.com
DIY Small Jars with Chalkboard Labels
DIY Small Jars with Chalkboard Labels
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Your spices don’t have to be boring thanks to this jar decoration idea! Follow this tutorial to learn how to fill up your spice cabinet with these DIY Small Jars with Chalkboard Labels. It’s extremely simple to make your spice cabinet more chic. Believe it or not, you won’t even need to pick up a paint brush to give these DIY spice jars gold strips. Of course, you can also use these jars for anything else that needs storing, such as small craft supplies or other kitchen ingredients. Thanks to the chalkboard strips, you can easily label these jars, too.

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Beginner

Project TypeMake a Project

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Such a cute idea! These would be fabulous to use to store beads for jewelry making!

What a great idea for a quick, afternoon, DIY project! I've tried it with small jars (glitter leftovers) which I used in the past when making the necklaces and it worked perfectly. Since I'm from Europe I couldn't find the chalkboard laminate nowhere, but I've tried with the chalkboard wall paint. And I am more then satisfied with the result!

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