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Herbs and Spice and Everything Nice Project

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Altering your own spice jars is a great way to creatively organize your herbs and spices. The culinary herbs and spices in my kitchen were looking a little messy with various brands in various sized bottles, so a little reorganization and revamping was in order.

On one of my recent thrift store outings, this mini spice jar cupboard caught my eye. Originally, it was painted a dark green so I decided to give it some new life with a coat of white paint. I used Eco Green Crafts white acrylic paint. On the top of the cupboard, I attached a piece of patterned paper from the Printery collection to complement the tops of the jars where I had also incorporated some of the papers.

To alter the jars I cut out circles from the Printery collection. I stamped various spice names onto the writer’s tape using the typewriter alphabet clear stamps and black StazOn Ink. I then attached the tape to each circle (edges trimmed) and then glued the circles to the top of each jar lid. Since I have a fair amount of spices, I decided to do a few extra jars that I will keep on my countertop next to the mini cupboard. Instead of altering those lids, I decided to apply the same technique to the glass itself!

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Altering your own spice jars is a great way to creatively organize your herbs and spices. The culinary herbs and spices in my kitchen were looking a little messy with various brands in various sized bottles, so a little reorganization and revamping was in order.

On one of my recent thrift store outings, this mini spice jar cupboard caught my eye. Originally, it was painted a dark green so I decided to give it some new life with a coat of white paint. I used Eco Green Crafts white acrylic paint. On the top of the cupboard, I attached a piece of patterned paper from the Printery collection to complement the tops of the jars where I had also incorporated some of the papers.

To alter the jars I cut out circles from the Printery collection. I stamped various spice names onto the writer’s tape using the typewriter alphabet clear stamps and black StazOn Ink. I then attached the tape to each circle (edges trimmed) and then glued the circles to the top of each jar lid. Since I have a fair amount of spices, I decided to do a few extra jars that I will keep on my countertop next to the mini cupboard. Instead of altering those lids, I decided to apply the same technique to the glass itself!

 
Herbs and Spice and Everything Nice Project
Herbs and Spice and Everything Nice Project
Herbs and Spice and Everything Nice Project

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