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I am kicking off mason jar week with some painted mason jars. I fell in love with this sea glass paint and just had to use it to paint a trio of mason jars. Grab your paint and your jars and make a few for your home. They look gorgeous in beach or nautical themed rooms! Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post and see what mason jar ideas the other bloggers in this series have for you today as well!
Supplies needed to make these painted mason jars:
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I thought I would make a quick video to show how to use the sea glass paint. You can actually watch me paint one of these jars live below. Be sure to like us on Facebook to see Craft Tips Wednesday every week!
Can’t watch the video or missed some of the steps? Follow along below!
How to make these sea glass painted mason jars:
- Start with clean and dry sea glass painted mason jars. You can clean them with rubbing alcohol and allow to dry completely. Be sure not to touch the glass surface after they are cleaned as the oils from your hands can affect your paint.
- Then apply the sea glass paint with a pouncer brush. This gives you a tumbled sea glass look on your jars. You can also apply with a regular brush to get a smoother finish.
- Allow to dry completely.
- You can then tie on some rope if you want to add to the nautical feel of these jars.
Pick up some sea glass paint and make some painted mason jars of your very own. This paint would look great on some other projects as well. Give it a try because I know you will love the look it gives! All in just one coat of paint!
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