Mason Jar Cozies Bathroom Storage – Gold Mason Jar Lids with Crystal Knobs.
Could that original blue and white blog design also have been a self-fulfilling prophecy?
And then …
do you remember when the blog design went full on color crazy? I wish I had a screen shot of that design with all the different colored paint rollers?
That design happened about the same time I was painting my son’s room bright orange.
Dare I say …. self-fulfilling prophecy?!?
So, for now, I’m all about the gray and white. I’ve painted my entry in that color palette recently. I’ve painted the powder room in that palette (and will be sharing the full reveal with you soon) …
and next up this month is tackling the living and dining room with some gray paint.
I’ve even decided on the color (the most challenging part of all!).
So stay tuned …
And, in the meanwhile, I’m sharing how to add some pretty gray and white bathroom accents with fabric mason jar cozies bathroom storage with glam gold tops with crystal knobs.
How To Make Fabric Mason Jar Cozies Bathroom Storage
Gray & White Fabric (I purchased my fabric from this Etsy shop)
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1 – Start by measuring your mason jars. You’ll cut the length of fabric and extra inch (or two) to allow for a 1/2″ seam allowance when sewing.
2 – For the quart jar, I cut my strip 3 inches wide (I actually did the fabric rip thing versus cutting to get a clean edge. Just snip a little at the edge of the fabric and then rip.
3 – For the pint size jars, my fabric width is 2 inches.
4 – For an unfinished edge look, I pulled a few threads to give it a frayed look. I also trimmed off a few of the longer pieces.
5 – Wrap fabric around jar (good side towards the jar) and pin.
6 – Sew along pin line (right sides together). Cut off excess fabric.
7 – Iron seams open.
8 – Slip onto jars.
How To Make Gold Mason Jar Lids with Crystal Knobs
Metallic Gold Spray Paint (my go-to metallic is Valspar)
Clear Multi-Surface Glue (I used E6000)
Regular Mouth Mason Jar Lids & Bands
Crystal Knobs (I found mine at Home Depot)
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1 – Spray lids and bands with metallic gold spray paint. Let dry overnight.
2 – Add glue to lids. Attach crystal glass knobs.
3 – Let dry overnight.
4 – Fill jars and add your new, glam gold lids with crystal knobs.
So the lesson learned here today (besides how to make mason jar cozies and mason jar gold lids with crystal knobs) is that they next time I change up my blog design, my home design will follow suit!
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