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Mason Jars Turned Apothecary

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This project was so fun and festive! I was looking for something simple and chic to add to a spring vignette and this was just the thing! If you live with me then you know that I collect glass jars. I am not really sure why but I can’t seem to bring myself to throw them away. There are so many uses for leftover glass! Anyway, off my soapbox and back on topic…I started with a leftover mason jar. I scrubbed it clean of all stickers and residue. It looked like this before. 

Afterwards, using E6000, I attached an old knob to the lid of the jar and allowed it set before painting. Once the glue has hardened, spray paint your lids and candlesticks with a color of our choice. I used Rustoleum Robin’s Egg. At this point you’re practically finished, easy right? 


Once again, using E6000, attached the top of the candle stick to the base of your jar, and whala! Now you have a beautiful little apothecary jar…or three. Fill them with greenery or use them for beautiful and functional storage in your bathroom. These are so fun and simple to make you can’t make just one!

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5 Comments

  • Reply
    Lindsey
    at 9:30 PM

    Your page is put together so perfect! I love your cuteness!! I went to bed with my phone in hand adoring all of your ideas! I will eventually make them all!! I did paint a terra cotta pot last night… just need to get the round to display it and an orb made!! Thank you again for sharing!!

    • Reply
      roostandrestore
      at 11:52 PM

      You are so so welcome! Your compliments mean the world and help keep me going 🥰🥰

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      roostandrestore
      at 2:27 AM

      Thank you so much! I’m so glad you’re doing the DIYs!

  • Reply
    Jacklyn
    at 7:05 AM

    Love this dyi! Turned out so cute! I have tons of mason jars! Going to make these! Simply adorable and affordable! Thanks so much for sharing!💕

    • Reply
      roostandrestore
      at 12:32 PM

      It’s a super easy project with a big impact…those are my fave! I’d like to do a more “farmhousey” style version too! Thanks so much for following ♥️♥️

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