Hello everyone! So earlier this month I shared with you guys a post on how I made Apothecary Jars out of Dollar Tree items.
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Today I am going to share with you how I filled some of these jars I made for my "Glam Organization Decor".
These are the three Apothecary Jars that I made that I used for this project.
I found these pretty Glam looking ribbons at Dollar Tree and knew that they would look so pretty on the Jars.
I wanted each Jar to have different number of rows of sparkling ribbon so that they could be a little different from each other. So I cut the ribbon to make two rows and one row. For one of them I was going keep the the ribbon as it was with three rows but for the other two I would have two or one row of sparkle ribbon.
I wanted to add a special touch to each middle of the ribbon on the Jars. I could not find any jewels or gems I liked at Dollar Tree, Hobby Lobby, or Michael's. Then I was at Wal-mart and saw these earrings and thought these would look beautiful on the jars.
I used these small Jewelry pliers to take off the hook on the earrings.
I used the smaller pliers to bend the back of the bigger earring to make a loop to loop onto the ribbon.
To glue all these things to the Jars I used E6000 glue which is great for glass projects. This glue also dries clear.
For the tall jar I glued the ribbon as it was and a diamond in the middle. For the second jar I liked the look of one row of ribbon and the tangling diamonds on it. For the small jar I used two rows of sparkling ribbon and one diamond on it. I also put some sparkling ribbon on the lids as well.
After I finished decorating the jars I then filled them up with things I found at Dollar Tree, which were cotton balls, bath salts, and Q-tips.
I also made a green set of Apothecary Jars for my mom.
I filled her Jars with the same contents as well.
My mom and I put these jars in our bathrooms and not only do they function to ORGANIZE some of our bathroom contents but it also becomes bathroom DECOR because they look so pretty.
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Also stay tune for future post were I will be sharing more ideas on how I used these Apothecary Jars in other parts of my house.