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Apothecary Jar Guest Post at Someday Crafts

18 October 2010 18,860 views 5 Comments

by heather

I'm sharing a guest post today over at one of my favorite blogs, Someday Crafts. It's a great daily blog that is dedicated to sharing tons of great crafty finds every day, and is also home to the Whatever Goes Wednesday linky party, and a weekly themed party called Categorically Crafting (this week's theme was Pumpkins -- so many cute pumpkin-y crafts!). I'm sharing a little about myself, naming three of my favorite Dollar Store Craft tutorials, and sharing a quick and easy tutorial on how to make dollar store apothecary jars.

Click here to go to Someday Crafts

p.s. Thanks to Breanna Newbill for this idea. See her video here: How to Make Apothecary Jars.

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5 Comments »

  • Shar said:

    Brilliant!

  • C’est l’halloween « suburban/urban said:

    [...] apothecary jars were made from glass jars and candlesticks from Dollarama and Buck or Two, using a tutorial from Dollar Store Crafts (my new favorite website). I used two packages of plastic skulls to fill the larger jar and a [...]

  • Daria said:

    What a great idea! I didn’t even know that there was such a thing as glass glue! Now if only they had less ornate candle sticks… Also I think I would remove the silicone or rubber trim off the jars, if that’s at all possible.

  • Turn Candlesticks And Jars Into Faux Apothecary Jars | Lifehacker Australia said:

    [...] apothecary jars start at around $US20 a piece and fancier designs can easily break $US100. Heather from Dollar Store Crafts shares, in a guest post at Someday Crafts, an extremely inexpensive way to make fake apothecary [...]

  • Make a Large Apothecary Jar | Dollar Store Crafts said:

    [...] apothecary jars that are so popular in the big decorator catalogs. Previously, I've shared how to make apothecary jars out of small lidded jars from the dollar store, but how can you make a large version if no larger [...]

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