I have the easiest weekend project for you today!
I’ve shared how to transfer images onto glass bottles or jars before, but a reader on Facebook contacted me about making them.
so I decided to work on more bottles and jars, and make a video that shows just how simple the process is.
I’m trying to improve my video-making skills, so I’d love to hear your feedback as I learn!
Below are the two images I used on the jars in the video plus another black and white antique receipt that would look great on a jar . Just right-click and save them to your computer if you’d like to use them.
You can also make your own images using Picmonkey, so the design possibilities with these are endless.
I bought the jars with cork lids (affiliate link) to transfer my images on, and filled them with bath salts to give as gifts.
Someday I’ll try making homemade bath salts, but I bought lavender scented Calgon (affiliate link) to fill these bottles. It only costs a few dollars and smells great.
Please be sure to let me know if you make your own. I’d love to hear about it. You can even message me on Facebook to share a photo!
You’ll quickly get hooked on making these when you see how easy and fun it is.
You can see the other image transfer jars I shared in the past HERE.
These bottles are some I did last year. They look like antique apothecary bottles. You can read more about them HERE.
I’m on the train at this moment, on my way to New Mexico to visit my mom while she’s undergoing treatment for cancer. Your prayers would be appreciated.
I’ll be gone for a few weeks, but I brought some projects along to work on while I’m there, and will be sharing them soon.
Do you have a weekend project planned? Let me know about it!
Vaya con Dios,