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Chevron Patterned DIY Storage Jar

Chevron Patterned DIY Storage Jar
Chevron Patterned DIY Storage Jar
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Jars are an affordable and easy way to create storage for your desk, bathroom or bedroom. If it's for pencils, cotton balls, candy, sewing tools or makeup brushes, this Chevron Patterned DIY Storage Jar is the ultimate organization hack for you.

If you have any empty jars lying around, you're going to want to grab them for this DIY project. The chevron detailing on this mason jar craft is made of polymer clay. Once you stick the colorful clay in the desired pattern, place the jar in the oven to solidify. Home decor has never been so easy to make thanks to this DIY!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsClay

Primary TechniqueHome Decor

Beginner

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Sculpey Clay Conditioning Machine
  • Sculpey Clay III Individual Bars
  • Sculpey Super Slicer Set w/ comfort handles 
  • Mason jar
  • Ruler

Instructions

DIY Project Instructions

  1. Roll out a sheet of Silver Clay on the #1 clay conditioning setting. Cut out one, 12x1” long strip and press the strip of clay to the bottom of the mason jar. Smooth the seam and press a tiny mark into the top rim of the Silver Clay, every 2 inches.

  2. Roll out a Lemonade sheet of Clay on the #1 clay conditioning machine setting. Cut out three, ¾” squares, cut in half and press the triangles to the top rim of the Silver strip.

  3. Roll out a White sheet on the #3 clay conditioning machine setting. Cut twelve 1 1/4x 1/4 strips, angle the sides, press the strips to the jar above the triangles and adjust angles with the super slicer.

  4. Roll out a Lemonade sheet on the #1 clay conditioning machine setting. Cut twelve 1 1/2x1/8” strips, angle sides and press the strips to the jar.

  5. Roll out a Silver sheet on the #3 clay conditioning machine setting. Cut twelve 1 1/4x3/4” strips, angle sides and press the strips to the jar.

  6. Roll out a White sheet on the #1 clay conditioning machine setting. Cut twelve 1 1/4x1/2” strips, angle sides and press the strips to the jar.

  7. Roll out a Lemonade sheet on the #3 clay conditioning machine setting. Cut twelve 1 1/4x3/4” strips, angle sides and press the strips to the jar.

  8. Roll out a Silver sheet on the #1 clay conditioning machine setting, cut twelve 1 1/4x1/4” strips, angle sides and press the strips to the jar.
     

  9. Roll out a White sheet on the #1 clay conditioning machine setting. Cut twelve 1 1/2x1/2” strips, angle sides and press the strips to the jar.

  10. Roll out a Lemonade sheet on the #3 clay conditioning machine setting. Cut twelve 1 1/2x3/8” strips, angle sides and press the strips to the jar.

  11. Using the super slicer, cut out the middle part of the Lemonade strips in step 4, to create a gap, to reveal the glass underneath and to have two thin yellow strips, one on the top and one on the bottom.

  12. Bake the jar according and gently clean glass if needed.

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