Monday, March 7, 2011

Mason Blue Glass Canning Jar DIY

These jars take their name from John Landis Mason. 

Mason was a young inventor who came up with the concept of a metal screw-on lid in 1858.  The threaded neck on glass jars that we take for granted today was once a major innovation.  Mason's developments made preserving food at home much easier and made the jars reusable.  Despite the fact that Mason sold five of his glass canning jar patents in 1859, his name had staying power.  The mason jar is the common name for glass home canning jars to this day (source).
 
As promised, here is the jar tutorial some of you had requested.  I do however have to share some good news and bad news about this particular DIY.  Would you like the good news or the bad news first?

In the spirit of optimism let's start with the good news...

The jars, in my humble yet clearly biased opinion, turned out pretty fantastic.  Take a look...

I like the contrast of the yellow flowers...

...and the rustic feel of the cement wall behind them.

I decided to make some light shades and some darker ones.

I had painted and aged this little stool last summer.



Take a look at the darker bottle on the right.  It's a hint to the bad news of this post, but before I break the bad news, let's get to the tutorial...


You will need: 
Clean jar
Mode Podge or White Elmers' glue
Paint Brush
Food colouring
Patience

Start with a clean jar...

I experimented with several ratios of glue, food colouring and water and believe the magic ratio to be: 1 tsp of glue : 3 drops of food colouring : 1.5 tsp of water.  But you might want to try different ratios and see what you results you prefer. Obviously the more food colouring the darker the jar will be. In order to make a turquoise shade you will need two drops of blue and 1 drop of green.

In a small bowl, place the glue, food colouring and water
Mix together with a brush.
This amount is sufficient to cover three jars if you are
using the brushing method (yes, there is another method)

Using even strokes, brush onto jar from top to bottom and being careful not to go over it too much or the glue will start to clump together (this part is a little frustrating until you get the hang of it).  The streaks you see when the mixture is wet will be almost invisible if done correctly. This is where patience comes in.

The bottle dries in minutes but during my experiment, I placed it in the microwave for 30 seconds on low to expedite the drying time.  I added an extra coat to the neck of the jar and at the bottom of the jar.  If you look at a real vintage jar, the accumulation of colour seems to be at these two spots.

I also tried a different method by pouring the
mixture into the jar and shaking the contents
until the jar was completely covered.


Turn the jar upside down and allow the residual mixture to drip onto the lid or paper towel.  Once it stops dripping, remove the lid and allow to dry.  The results with this method is a little cleaner but it will take several hours to dry and some of the jars had drip marks :o(

It might take a little practice to get it just right, but here is some more good news: you can wash it off and start over. 

Which brings me to the bad news: you can wash it off and start over!  These jars - although pretty to look at - are not practical for every day use as the paint will peel off.

Good news: IF you decide to follow the brush method and paint the jars from the outside, there is nothing stopping you from using these jars as vases so long as the water is poured carefully inside or you can always use these or these and avoid the risk.
Bad news: If you like the darker shaded jars, well, I found that the darker the shade I used, the more visible the streaks were.

I encourage you to experiment and have fun with these...

Overall I think they look pretty close to the original and by adding other elements or incorporating them into your decor you will achieve the 'look' for A LOT less. 

Some more good news: I found that the longer the jars have been around the more resistant to peeling they get.  I can't have enough of them. I am a little obsessed with jars right now...

I hope you found the information useful and just in case you want to research this further, I found some other links to help you along the way; Here is a tutorial I found (just when you thought you were the only one who had ever thought of this, someone else has already done it before; the life of a DIY blog).  I also found this tutorial, which uses a more permanent method with actual glass paint.  But if everything else fails, go here and purchase the real thing!


As always, thank you for stopping by.  If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know and I will respond to you as soon as I get a chance.

Please have a peaceful week!

much love,
Lucy




I displayed some of the jars in my french vintage basket (for a DIY of the basket go here)





168 comments:

  1. Wow! Those are amazing! Did you come up with this totally on your own? Or was their an inspiration! I would never have thought to use food coloring and glue for that effect!
    Shouldn't there be some kind of award for this project?!

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  2. I think these are beautiful, Lucy. I love the various shades of blue.

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  3. Lucy~ PHENOMENAL!!!! WOW! You just have a wonderful talent for "figuring things out"...These jars are beautiful. I wonder if the ones that are painted on the outside could be coated with a poly spray to "set" the color...and keep them from washing off? Hugs- Diana

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  4. I'm SO GLAD you posted this!! What a WONDERFUL tutorial...I do love my "vintage" mason jars, but I probably will make some more for around the house!!! I have several baby food jars..wouldn't that be kinda cute? little ones? ha!
    I need your help with a wreath...I started it last night, and it is a horrible mess....

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    1. Ohhh I love the idea of doing baby jars - maybe for a shower? so sweet! :)

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    2. Clean inside with rubbing alcohol will make paint /glue last longer, with no peeling, acts like a primer.

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  5. When I first saw the pic, I just assumed these were authentic, and I STILL can't tell the difference even now that I know! This is a fantastic tutorial. I am obsessed with jars too and just cleaned and washed out a few that had sauce in them. I need to try out this method, especially since that blue color is EVERYWHERE in my house! :) Thanks again!


    Kelly

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  6. OK that is crazy!!!
    I was thinking how lucky you were to have so many of the blue bottles. I only have a few!
    What an emotional post all the ups and downs....... ha

    I am so going to try this! I love blue glass!
    Thanks!!!!

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  7. Yay!!! I've been waiting for this tutorial! Thank you thank you! I think the bad news is not so bad at all, and I can't wait to try this for myself! Thank you for sharing this, all your ideas are so great!

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  8. You tickle me pink! and blue!!! LOL
    Thank you for sharing all your 'secrets'Lucy.

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  9. Adorei seus "vasos", adorei o contraste das cores, o banquinho rustico, tudo lindo!
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  10. Oh my gosh, I LOVE these! Blue glass has got to be one of my most favourite things in the world. I have a lovely vintage blue pedestal bowl my Grandma gave me ages ago that is always on my counter - it makes me smile every time I look at it. I love how simple this project is - thank you for the tutorial. Now to find some old jars!

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  11. I love this idea, and I must confess it's one I would never have thought of nor have I seen it before. Thanks for clueing us in!

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  12. I think I may be a little addicted to jars too!!! They are just too cute! Thanks so much for sharing this tutorial!

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  13. These are very pretty. I've seen similar DIYs where people baked the jars for 20-30 min on very low heat. I wonder if that keeps the paint from coming off when you wash them?

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  14. Your jars are beautiful!! I love the colors. I found you on Blue Cricket Designs linky party this week!

    Hugs ~~ Suz

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  15. I love this idea! I found your blog at Between Naps on the Front Porch. You have such great ideas and I'm your newest follower! I'd love it if you'd follow me back: http://stillwaterstory.blogspot.com/
    Again, you did a fantastic job with this!! :-)

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  16. these are fab, you can get the same effect using alcohol ink with a zero drying time and it lasts.

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  17. The jars are gorgeous! I may just have to make a couple to fill with white seashells. Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Wow! I love love love blue mason jars (a bit of an addiction to all glass bottles/jars). This is a fabulous project! I'm including a link in this week's highlights. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity in the DIY Project Parade. ;)

    Please feel free to grab an "I'm featured" button to show off. Have a wonderful week!
    ~R

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  19. For some unknown reason, I have been diligently saving my jars! Now I know why. I love the aqua blue color. Gotta go now...goin' to try this.
    Thanks!!!
    Gail

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  20. Hi! LOVE these. Was wondering if you could tell me what color you used for your stool. I want to do my kitchen cabinets like that and LOVE the color. I know you're probably IMMENSELY busy, but if you could leave a comment here, I will be back to check. Thanks HUGELY!! I LOVE your blog; am a new follower.

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  21. very, very pretty! thanks for sharing.
    found you at roeshel's
    gail

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  22. Hey! Hope you're doing well, thank you so much for stopping by . In regards to the paint color for the stool, I'm sorry to tell you that I used a mixture of acrylic colors that would not be suitable for your cabinets. I can only suggest that if you really like the color find a picture of it(even one of mine) print it and many paint stores can match the color. (?) sorry I couldnt be of much help!
    Thanks again and hope to see you again soon!
    Hugs,
    Lucy

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  23. I love these!! I am your newest follower!!

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  24. Thank you, Lucy. That is a good idea. I appreciate your time. Have a wonderful spring break with your kids!! :)

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  25. wow ~ how neat! i LOVE blue mason jars...never would have thought about making my own!!

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  26. Oh wow! now that is awesome! Thank you so very much for sharing!!!! I am a happy new follower. ~Stacey

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  28. oh wow!! love those jars!! i just got to be your follower coz I really want to try the tutorial, thank youuuu sooo much for sharing the tutorial and those gorgeous photos! you're soo crafty and talented!! Happy feathered nest friday! :)

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  29. Even if the paint washes off...they're so amazing. The color you chose is outstanding. And the display is so artful!!! Well done.

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  30. Love these! Just became a new follower, great job!

    Rachael :)

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  31. I'm a HUGE, really HUGE, lover of colored glass. This would be a great project for a bride-to-be that desired having this color and/or mason jars in her rustic or beach wedding.

    Thanks for sharing,
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    www.revampedfrenchmaison.com

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  32. Now that Display of Beautiful shades of Blue is Perfect.... Thanks so much for sharing!
    Cheryl

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  33. Awesome job! Turquoise is my favorite color. Can't wait to try this. Thank you for the tutorial.

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  34. me encanto como quedaron esas botellas,gracias por demostrarlo, saludos desde argentina, mely

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  35. Very neat idea! Its a great way to recycle ordinary jars and looks fun to do. I will have to try it:)

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  36. This is insanely creative and fantastic!! Love it! Thanks for the tutorial too- your jars are beautiful! Thanks for sharing at FNF! :)

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  37. This is so cool! Who knew?! I'd love for you to submit this to the M&T Spotlight at http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight

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  38. Thank you for the awesome tutorial! I might have to try this.

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  39. They look so pretty blue! I linked your tutorial to my Mason jars post too, it's really good!

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  40. I just came across your photos of these jars on Pinterest! This is excellent! I have been wanting the blue jars but they are rare and I was wondering how to make them! Great job...

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  41. Couldn't you spray them with some sort of clear coat so that they have a permanet finish? Just thinking.

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  42. I was sent this by a friend and JUST finished making 5 (as that's all the mason jars I had w/o breaking into my good canning jars, lol) pink ones. I ended up doing two coats to get a more prominent pink color (as just one was noticeable, but faint) SO pretty. they're now on my mantel as candle holders


    Also I used tacky glue, lol.

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  44. gorgeous... your hard work paid off =)

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  45. I just got a large amount of old jars and I can't wait to try this. these look so lovely!

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  46. Love them! I can't wait to try it!
    susan

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  47. I did this project for a bridal shower. I used the pour method the first time and failed. Then I decided to make a thicker mod podge to water ratio and while it took more time, I was nearly drip free. I just baked them in the oven for 1 hour at 200 degrees. After the bridal shower I just peeled the paint off and ran the jars through my dishwasher and they looked brand new.

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  48. Great project! I've posted a link to it on my blog over at craftgossip.com where I'm the Glass Arts Editor.

    Have a great day!

    Cathi

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  49. Hi All,
    Hope a few suggestions help.
    !. Wouldn't it be nice to put a few strings of lights over and in the jars so that you can enjoy them in the evening.
    2. If you want to take off all the coloring/glue try to peel it off first this will keep yor job from being so gooy.
    3.If you put silk flowers in the jars try taking a butter tub, or at least a container you can clean out, dump a cup or so of stone or glass marbles in the tub. Add about a teaspoon of ModgePodge, if that, in to the stones and mix, covering all the stone. Now gently dump this mixture into the jar with the stems. Set it a side to dry.this may take a few days depending how good the air circulation is and the MP will turn clear. This will work best in a jar that you paint the out side cause remember any Elmers or MP that gets wet will get gooy and then dry again but will look yucky.
    I like using Gloss MP it looks more like glass when dry.
    Me

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  50. Those are crazy beautiful! I would never have thought it would only be the glue/paint/water mixture!

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  51. A few of my friends just recently made comments about wanting to dye glass jars- what perfect timing!! I've shared this post on my facebook page- www.facebook.com.crafterhours. Thanks for the great project!

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  52. These are incredibly cute. I have no space for such beauties in my apartment, but I am definitely bookmarking them for a "someday"...

    Also, if you did want them to be permanent, I would suggest a spray varnish or shellac. =)

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  53. This is such a unique and great idea! Now I have a reason to collect jars!

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  54. Fabulous tute! Your pictures are amazing, and I love the bottles. Thanks so much for the warning - I think it's a minor problem, I can totally handle not washing the outsides. I never wash my vases, this is a great excuse!

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  55. I absolutely LOVE these!! I saw on another blog that after 24 hours of drying, you can put them in the oven at 325 degrees for 40 minutes on a cookie sheet and the jar will keep it's stain permanently. Her process was a litte different, but it's worth a shot! Thanks!!

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  56. Saw your tutorial over on CRAFT. Love this!! Can't wait to try it! You pictures are beautiful!

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  57. Gorgeous!! I hope to be trying this technique soon as I have a bunch of glass jars. Thanks for sharing it!

    Cheers,
    Tracy Screaming Sardine

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  58. thanks for the tutorial! I made my own versions of the jars (seven of them, bought from goodwill today!) and wrote about my different experiences with the technique here on my tumblr, along with many a pretty photo, http://upthink.tumblr.com/post/7601398537/hope-in-a-jar-inspired-by-this-post

    I hope you check it out! :)

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  59. absolutely wonderful, I loved
    love

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  60. LOVE this! Found your site by clicking over from Jenny Doh's site! And I was wondering...would a clear spray sealer keep the color from peeling off? Can't wait to try this project! :)

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  61. I used glass paint on some mason jars and got a nice result too. This paint is made so that you can bake it in the oven (as someone mentioned earlier) and it's very durable after you do that.
    http://amountainbride.blogspot.com/2009/06/diy-make-vintage-mason-jars-seriously.html
    It took me a little practice to get a good result, and I used a lot more thinner and also gloss medium made by the same company to get my results than the author did. I made several of them for wedding centerpieces.

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  62. Hey I'm assuming you would be able to use just about any color food coloring you want, but I just wanted to check first!
    Have you tried any other colors? Red, yellow, etc.? I was thinking it would be great for wedding reception decor in the wedding colors...

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  63. Did you know that Mod Podge makes an outdoor version? It's more water resistant and has a tougher finish that will hold up better than the regular version. Just thought you might want to know!

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  64. Hi Lucy, I loved your creative idea and style of writing the good and bad points of it and giving all the alternates...
    off to read more on your site.. first time here.Cheers
    -Tara

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  65. Awesome, definitely going to have to try this one! Repinning you to Pinterest!

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  66. Another great craft idea from you. Why didn't I think of that? I like the little streak. Good one. My name is Loo.

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  67. Found you on pinterest! Love this Idea, Forwarded to a friend who wanted blue jars for her wedding.

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  68. Very cool! I must try this. Thanks for sharing :)

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  70. saw this and was intrigued.... hope you don't mind but I shared it on my blog.. https://mystudiobellingham.wordpress.com/2011/09/05/something-to-try/

    cheers

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  71. So beautiful and great step by step....but I hear you on the paint washing off....I just re-did some jars using vitrea 160 transparent glass paint in a turquoise.{it stays on after you bake the jars in the oven} If you are like me...always looking for a little help and inspiration. Here's what mine looked like. http://andersenseven.typepad.com/spring_event/2011/08/spring-event-flash-.html
    Love your site.

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  72. My color was good, but did not get the transparency that you did. Mine are transluscent. How do i get the clear shiny finish?

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  73. Agree with post #75, I just tried this out and mine are lovely but have a frosted glass effect instead of shiny, normal-looking glass. Any idea what went wrong and how to correct?

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  74. i read that putting them in the oven makes them washable!!
    heres the link: http://tatertotsandjello.com/2011/03/guest-project-make-diy-painted-mason.html

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  75. That is a real innovation. Making scrap to beautiful works.

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  76. I love this project. Thanks for sharing. I featured it on my blog. http://therusticalley.blogspot.com/2011/10/repin-wednesdaysdiy-projects.html

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  77. Did you use glossy mod podge or elmers glue? I've tried both and mine aren't turning out. I'm trying to figure out what I'm doing wrong.

    Yours look fantastic!!
    angellsworth at gmail com

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  78. Totally just did this today but I chose the put it inside and shake method. However, I baked the stuff in the oven. I let it dry upside down 30 minutes then put it upside down on wax paper covered baking sheets for 20 minutes then turned it over and let it bake another 20 minutes. Did 2 batches and it worked best with the oven set at 200 degrees. Happy tinting!

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  79. This looks like a fantastic idea and so very pretty.

    Have you thought of using USARTQUEST Perfect Paper Adhesive Gloss or Matte which can be used on Glass. The directions say it dries to a transparent gloss or matte finish, and is water soluble and water resistant when dry. From using this product in the past it does not peel either. Susan Pickering Rothamel would be great at answering questions on the glue part.. shes wonderful and so artistic! I can't wait to try this! Thank you for a lovely share! https://www.facebook.com/us.artquest
    Betsy
    www.theartistchallenge.com
    http://worksbytizzylish.blogspot.com/

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  80. These are OMG beautiful! So creative. I think Betsy is right. USArtQuest's PPA - Gloss would be perfect. I'm sad to say, both alcohol inks and food coloring will fade if you put these gorgeous jars are put in the sunlight, so I would suggest Perfect Pigments...just a drop or two to the adhesive. I'd also mix in some water so that both the brushing or pouring technique will work. I'm bookmarking your blog. You're so inspiring!

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  81. Olá!
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  82. Hi,

    These are absolutely gorgeous! I had to try this. Like some of the others mine are coming more frosted than clear. Also, any that I try to paint on the outside are blotchy. Any suggestions?

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    1. Hey Katie, thanks for stopping by...if you are using glue the result will be more frosted than if you use gloss modpodge. In terms of the blotchiness, the solution might need more water....this is where patience comes in..just keep trying various ratios... You'll get and you'll love it ! Thanks again...let me know if there's anything else...xo

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  85. Saw these jars on another site but they were the jars that were already blue glass. I thought, there must be a way to duplicate that. Thank god for this site!! I have tried 4 jars so far and have come up with the frosted glass also...frustrating!! I washed them all and am going to buy the gloss modpodge today. I am displaying black and white photos in the glass jars for my father in laws 65th birthday so I have to be able to have the transparency. Glue was not working for me at all. Keep you finger crossed for me, I only have two days left before the party..lol Thanks for this great idea

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  86. Does anyone know if using tacky glue will help with the peeling and water issues? Just wondering. We live in a humid climate, so I was hoping that the tacky glue would help.

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  87. Pretty! Have you tried spraying the insides of the jars with anything (like a clear spray paint/sealer) to see if that would help them to be more permanent?

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  88. Enjoyed the instructions and will give this a try. Thanks.

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  89. These look amazing!!!!!
    Anne

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  90. Hello. It's a long time ago you posted this idea.
    I love it!
    You have a beautilful blog with so many idea's and tutorials.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Have a nice Mothersday.
    Love Annette

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  91. Couldn't you just varnish the outside of the glass once you paint it? That way it wont peel off?

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  92. they have an outdoor mod podge now that is a little more water resistant. I would still recommend using it on the outside.

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  93. The concept here is so wonderful, it can be really versatile at home.

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  94. Great and informative tutorial...your jars are gorgeous.....Thanks so much..!

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  95. Ok forgive me if someone has already asked this...but I was thinking that this would be great for making stained glass windows. (Faux. On the INSIDE of the house. And when you're sick of it just wash it off. Has anyone tried this?

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  100. Hi there! I referenced your post in my own post about up-scaling and reusing old jars rather than throwing them out. Thanks for sharing the great idea and for the inspiration!

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  101. can you put this on out side of jar? and if it's on inside is it safe to use a tealight in side?

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  102. I just did a few jars following your directions and they all turned out foggy. Judging by your pics I expected them to turn out clear and just tinted with color. Do you know what I can do to get them to not be cloudy and instead clear?

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  104. I would like to try this on a few wine glasses for my daughter's wedding. Is this toxic? I am sure that I can tape off 1/4" down from the rim...
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  109. I love how yours look idea,but can't seem to get a perfect result with no air bubbles!

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  110. I love this! And your tutorial is very easy to follow (I say this not yet trying it, but with a hopeful mind about trying it! Lol.)
    I want to use this method for "painting" old mixed glassware I picked up at a Salvation Army to make it uniform and vintage feeling for the dessert table at my wedding. Can't wait to try, I just need to pick up some glue.

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