I love DIY ideas that can be used as accent pieces both in your home as well as for your special day. There are many different ways that you can decorate old jars, but my favorites are glass etching, and spray paint. Would love to hear what your favorites are as well!
Glass etching is fairly easy to do at home, and with already made letters bought at your local craft store, your etching can be super chic for both home and weddings. The below is a great way to organize your pantry at home, and also could be a great way to label jars of crayons, markers, and stickers for your little ones.
Image By: Martha Stewart
I also really love the idea of using these for your wedding. The below shows a star etched onto glass, but you could easily attach a number sticker onto the jar, and paint the etching cream around that number to create a fun candle table number for your outside wedding.
As found on: Nature Moms
Look around your house and I’m sure you can find tons of old bottles that once used, would be PERFECT for this project! These glass bottles were everyday items that you use, that were spray painted completely white, and then filled with billy balls to make an instant centerpiece that everyone will talk about! This would be perfect for rectangle shaped tables.
As found on: Kimberly Schlegel Whitman’s Blog
The last idea is taking twine (or yarn) and wrapping it around glass votive holders from your local home decor store. Once you have attached the twine or yarn in place, use a white spray paint (or even a more opaque looking one), and spray away. It creates a neat effect on the votive holders that is perfect for a wedding or your home decor!
As found on: Pinterest