Craft: Upcycled Chalk Paint Bathroom Jars

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Upcycled Bathroom Jars Craft Tutorial

Figuring out a beautiful way to organize my bathroom necessities has been on my to do list for a long time. Our favorite toothpaste, Tom’s of Maine® Luminous White™ Toothpaste Clean Mint (no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives and gluten free!), is made up of biodegradable ingredients and inspired this upcycled tutorial. Being as eco-friendly as possible is really important to my family, so we can do our small part for the earth. Save your used jars for this project, you’ll need various sizes depending on what you will be filling them with. Remove all the labels and wash them well. Use a little chalk paint and some pretty knobs to decorate them. You can display them on a cake stand on the bathroom counter. Such a pretty and earth friendly way to organize the bathroom! 

SUPPLIES

empty jars (various sizes)
paint brush
white chalk paint
crystal knobs
super glue

TUTORIAL

Step 1: Head to Walmart and grab your supplies. Don’t forget to pick up a tube of Tom’s of Maine toothpaste. Love that this toothpaste is safe on enamel and safe for everyday use. Luminous White™ is Tom’s of Maine’s most advanced whitening toothpaste ever, leaving our teeth pearly white! 

Upcycled Bathroom Jars 4 copyToms Toothpaste at Walmart

Step 2: Clean the jars and remove any labels. Save the lids! Tip: Slather a layer of peanut butter over sticky labels and let it sit overnight before washing it off. The label will come off much easier. 

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Step 3: Paint the tops of the lids using white chalk paint (or your color of choice). 

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Step 4: Use super glue (E600 works great) to secure the crystal knobs to the middle of the lids, as shown below. Allow to dry overnight.

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Step 5: Fill the jars with your bathroom necessities (bath salts, cotton swabs, etc.) and place the lids back on the jars.

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Step 6: Place the jars on a pretty cake stand and display on the bathroom counter, next to your Tom’s of Maine toothpaste. 

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 Visit Walmart to grab a tube of Tom’s of Maine. How do you organize your bathroom necessities? 

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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