DIY Glass Jar Upcycle Three Designs Cute And Easy! Part 1

DIY Glass Jar Upcycle Three Designs Cute And Easy! Part 1


Welcome back to DIY No Need To Cry with Ivelisse DIY Glass Jars Upcycle Three Designs Cute
And Easy! Part 1 All the materials I used for this DIY are
listed in the description box below. I first painted the jar using a pouncer brush
and white acrylic paint. I gave it two coats, letting it dry between
each one. Once that was dry, using a pouncer brush and
two different blues… I loaded the brush with both colors as shown
here. The idea is to blend the colors where they
met, so it wouldn’t be such a harsh line. I did this to two sides of the jar. Using the same brush, I painted the rim randomly
until it was completley covered. Then set it aside to dry. I used a stencil for this part because I had
it but you can free hand the markings if you’d like. I took the stencil and wrapped it around the
jar. Using a pouncer brush and black acrylic paint
I painted over the stencil. I did most of it in one go but it’s best
if you do small sections and let it dry between each one. Also make sure to clean the stencil each time
and wipe it dry before placing it back on the jar. Do this all the way around until it’s completely
covered. Touch up any spots if needed with a small
paint brush. This next part I did so I knew what color
and where to place the glitter on the white part, but it’s not necessary. I painted both blues randomly within the white
strip. Filling in each spot. Once that was all dry, I randomly painted
the rim with black paint. I painted the ridges where the cap screws
on to mostly. I let that dry and gave the whole jar a coat
of Mod Podge and set that aside to dry. Now it’s time to add the glitter. Placing something under the jar to catch the
fallout glitter, I used Mod Podge and a small brush… I filled in all the markings with glue within
that section. I started with one color, this way the fallout
glitter doesn’t get mixed up. Then sprinkled the glitter on top of each
spot. After placing the glitter, using a clean dry
brush, I brushed off any excess glitter around the spot without touching the freshly glued
glitter. You can also wait until it drys to do this
part if you like. Let that dry, continue with the same color
all around the jar. Once you’re done with that color do the
next color the same way until all the spots have been glittered. You can leave it like that or give it another
coat of Mod Podge. I sprayed mine with a glitter sealer or you
can do what I used to do and use hairspray! This was fun, easy and it came out so cute! Remember you can change the colors to your
liking. You can use it to hold your markers, pens
or pencils. Or take the cap and make a slit. Paint let it dry and now you have a stylish coin bank! I made mine for my art supplies. This one was for my paint brushes. You can also make beautiful wine bottle decor
pieces using the same method but on a wine bottle. Add flowers and now you have a vase! The sky’s the limit! These are the three sets I made for myself. The links to the other 2 video’s will be
in the description box below when they have been uploaded. Thanks for watching! If this is the first time watching, I hope
you consider subscribing to get updates on future video’s… and remember, do it yourself. There’s no need to cry!

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