Key-Topped Bottles

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t’s kind of hard to make key-topped bottles when you don’t have any antique keys. That is unless you’re a resourceful gal like Amy from Twigg Studios! Amy molded her own keys out of clay that have the same beautiful detail of her Pottery Barn inspiration. And I can guarantee they didn’t cost $59 to make!

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Jute Covered Green Glass Jars

Heidi from Fostering a Creative Life has a love for jute that runs deep. When she saw some jute covered demijohns from Ballard, she knew she needed them and set out to find the perfect green glass jars. Heidi says, “The key is finding the right glassware to use and perfecting the technique of tight […Read More]

Glass Apothecary Jars with Labels

Angie from The Country Chic Cottage created her own apothecary jars with empty glass containers and some labels she designed on her computer. (And guess what? She has kindly made the printable available at her site.) Angie rubbed on a little brown ink on the labels with a paper towel  before adhering them to the […Read More]

Painted Confetti Party Ware

Instead of recycling her glass bottles and jars, Amanda from Crafts by Amanda turned them into this fun, colorful party ware. Amanda simply rinsed her jars thoroughly with rubbing alcohol, drew the desired design on the jars with her 3D writers, and baked them in the oven. And there you have it – party ware […Read More]