Winter Apothecary Jars

So, remember my awesome apothecary jars I made earlier this year? ...No? Well, that's okay. It was one of  my first posts... I know this post is a little late for Christmas decorating, but you can still do this and keep them up for the rest of winter! Right? This is a quick project, so I guess you could still do it in time for Christmas if you wanted to. These really could work for any holiday - just change up the colors!

Aaaanyway.... here are my
Winter Apothecary Jars

All I needed to put these together are:
Apothecary Jars {you can see my tutorial here}
Styrofoam balls
Glitter
Mod Podge
Ribbon {I used some sparkly cord ribbon}


Ready for the instructions?
{Prepare yourself, this could be difficult...}

Poke a pin into the ball and hold on to the pin so you can paint the entire ball with Mod Podge.
Then just pour the glitter on and cover the ball completely. Gently tap to shake off excess glitter.

...and that's IT - for the ball decorating, that is....

LOVE those bright colors!!

Next, I poured some Epsom salt into the jars.
You can put as much or as little as you'd like to have the glitter balls sit in some "snow"

Tie a bow with the ribbon around the jar {or lid} and voila!

Easy!!
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11 comments:

  1. The Styrofoam balls look great in the jars.

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  2. So cute and fun!! Thanks for sharing:D

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  3. This could be done even just for general decorating. You could even change the size of the styrofoam ball. Great idea. Thanks for sharing! I am going to repost this on my blog! Happy Thursday!

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  4. Cute Lindsay! And of course I remember your apothecary jars! I made them and put them in my front room!

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  5. Hello Lindsay,
    Thanks for sharing this project. I love anything handmade with glitter. Merry Christmas.
    Smiles, Paula

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  6. These are so cute!! Thanks for Sharing at my "Anything Holiday" linky party!!


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  7. These look fantastic!! I love the colors you used, and of course, glitter always makes everything better! So simple, but so fun and festive! Thanks for sharing at shine on Fridays!

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  8. These are fabulous! Thank you for sharing with Blog Stalking Thursday. I have featured you from last weeks party. Don't forget to stop by and grab a featured button! I can't wait to see what you post next!

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  9. I love this idea, brilliant. Thank you :)
    Caroline x

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