I was about to throw away this inexpensive toothbrush holder
(from IKEA) while cleaning my bathroom, when I got the idea. I’m always looking for items
to use as a base on repurposed projects and thought this was perfect for a quick project.
Inspiration and ideas can be found anytime, anywhere…
How to make an Up-Cycled Jar…
- Metal Toothbrush Holder
- Grated Cheese Jar with Lid
- Old Cabinet Knob
- Beacon Glass, Metal & More Glue*
- Black Semi-Gloss Spray Paint
- Decorative Paper
- 3M Advanced PinkTape Glider*
- Black Chalkboard Label
Disassemble toothbrush holder. Set aside the top portion of the holder for future projects.
Paint the bottom of the holder, the lid of the jar and the cabinet knob with black semi-gloss spray paint.
Glue the bottom of the jar to the painted base.
Cut a circle from the decorative paper and adhere it to the top of the lid.
Glue knob onto the center of the lid.
Add chalkboard label to front of the jar.
The DIY Up-cycled Jar was featured in 2016 Craft Ideas Garden Issue. (page 72)
This project was created for and sponsored by Craft Ideas Magazine.
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