DIY Mason Jar Canisters

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Happy Friday Friends!

I am stopping in today to share a quick project with you all. Earlier this week I shared that I am currently recovering from a surgery I had on Monday. I knew that for Valentine’s Day I would be in bed resting and unable to really go anywhere so I took some time the previous week to put together a fun craft that I could also use to give the kids for Valentine’s Day.

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I gathered some of my favorite crafting supplies:

Quilted Mason Jars
E6000 Glue
Rust-Oleum Linen White Chalked Paint
Cabinet Knobs

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Steps for creating the mason jar canisters:

1.) Paint each mason jar and it’s lid
2.) Using e6000 glue adhere the cabinet door knob to each mason jar lid
3.) Lightly sand each mason jar

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I filled each canister with a different flavor of M&M candies for them to all enjoy.

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Once the kids devour the candy I will find another place in the house to use the canisters. I love how they feel Spring like too. I am craving warmer weather and can’t wait for Winter to head out next month!

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18 thoughts on “DIY Mason Jar Canisters

    1. The chalk paint covers the jars really well with two coats. I have a Mason jar that I painted with white chalk paint over three years ago and I use it as a candleholder… It has held up great too!

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