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DIY Apothecary Jars

By: Kirsten Jones
Spooky printouts and Mod Podge transform plain jars into apothecary curiosities.
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Skill Level: Intermediate


FolkArt ® Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paints - Wicker White, 2 oz.
Item #2894
This is the only paint you'll ever need! Paint wood, glass, ceramic, metal, terra cotta, rigid plastic, canvas, styrofoam, slate, paper mache and fabric with the same bottle. Our patented, self-sealing formula offers superior coverage for fewer coats and quicker drying times. With a dishwasher-safe glossy finish, this water-based non-toxic formula resists moisture and rust comes in a wide color palette including basics and trend-right shades.


Folkart ® Brush Sets - Artist Variety Set, 10 pc.
Item #50536
Assortment of brushes from small to large makes it easy to paint any art project!


Mod Podge ® Ultra Matte Chalk Finish, 8 oz.
Item #CS24911
Trend right Ultra Matte Chalk finish. Brushes on smoothly without visible brushstrokes.


Other Supplies
Two (2) apothecary jars in different sizes
Artwork found online


  1. Basecoat both jars with Wicker White and let dry.
  2. Find desired art from online and print to desired size.
  3. Trim printed designs and Mod Podge to Jars as shown with Matte finish.
  4. Let dry.
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