Last year I wrote this up for a guest post and figured you’；d all love to do this fast and easy craft too!
DIY Glittered Jars are perfect for fall decorating and besides…；…； it’；s GLITTER! I posted about using these for my fall table decor last year.valentines day gifts for him
I’；m into simple and easy! I love a good craft that looks great， but didn’；t take a ton of skill to complete. I also don’；t like to read instructions， which could explain why I have so many craft fails.
Save your jars people! I know they look ugly when there is still food inside and labels on them， but trust mepersonalized housewarming gifts， once you wash them out， get rid of the labels…；…； you’；ll be surprised by how cute some of them are!
I have finally have？my husband asking me if I need a jar before he recycles them. The answer is YES…；.. Yes， I want the jar! Always!
It’；s all about glitter lately， especially gold. I haven’；t embraced the gold trend in home decorating again…；..not just yet， but I am trying to incorporate it in small ways and gold glitter is perfect for that. I already rode that gold trend once.
In our home， we need a fairly simple table centerpiece since we use our dining room table for dinner each night and for the occasional homework table. As much as I’；d love to keep something more elaborate up， it’；s just not functional since it needs to be easy to move. These glittered jars make the perfect Easy Fall Table Centerpiece. It’；s simple， festive and easy to move when needed.
Let’；s make some jars!
Gather your supplies：
Because the tops looked a bit shabby， so I tied ribbon around the top. ？I’；ll add non-flammable candles or tea lights inside the jars. I love them!
What do you think？
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There are so many good tools and notions made for the task of binding that you can pretty much choose your own binding adventure! Binding is not only a technique used for quilts, it can be used as a way to finish the edge of several crafty projects too. My recent knitting hobby has me buying lots of new knitting needles and they were starting to accumulate, so it was time to find a place to keep them.
From decorations, to napkins to quilts here’s a round up of 25 things you can sew to get into the Thanksgiving Spirit!