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  1. hi katherine! your jars turned out really pretty..silky ribbons and pearls are beautiful together…
    i actually did rope vases like a couple of months ago, here’s the link if you want to check it out: diy-rope-vases

    hoping to say aloha! thank you for following me 🙂 huggies***
    rea

  2. I love these – it would be a great way to decorate jars for my art desk! I’m now following your blog with Bloglovin!

  3. I finally got caught up on my emails, etc. that I could spend some time checking this out… and I LOVE these ideas! Would you mind if I shared this on my blog, with a link to your page and site?

    Blessings to you!
    ~Anna

  4. What a wonderful idea! I usually take the label off the jars and load in the dishwasher before putting out in the recycle bin.

    I think maybe I could something with some of them!

    Thanks for the inspiration! So sweet!

  5. I just saw in World Market a candle wrapped in twine to give a beachy look. I want to try that! I love your ideas. I like bottles a lot. My sister in law has a kiln and melts wine bottles into cheese servers. They are so neat. My son is getting married in a few weeks and I want to save some of the bottles from the wedding and have them flattened out for a useful memory. Nice post.

  6. Your jars are wonderful! I love all the twine you have used on them. I tend to think of old book pages, how fun to see something new I can use. Great idea!
    Thanks so much for visiting me this Pink Saturday!
    ~Marilee

  7. I love them all. And, how charming for tables for a wedding reception. My cousin is planning to use something like this for her daughter’s wedding reception.

  8. Those are all very pretty. I have not covered jars with anything since I was a kid. We would cover them with tiny bits of masking tape, the use brown shoe polish over the tape.When done right it would look like the jar was covered with old leather.

  9. I love those jar ideas and they are all pretty! Years ago my dad used baby food jars and glued rows of five to all sides of a thick piece of wood. This he somehow made so it could rotate… don’t ask me how. It was used to store nuts, bolts, nails, scews… I have no idea what happened to it though. Your jars brought back this memory. Thanks! Haven’t thought of that in years.

  10. Katie, yours are very elegant. I haven’t done anything with jars, lately, but I have tons of them. I used to paint and decoupage them.

“May the Lord bless you and keep you; may He let His grace shine upon you and be gracious to you; may the Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace.” Numbers 6:24-6:26 NIV Hugs from Katherine

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