Friday, April 29, 2011

The Best Dressed Pasta Jar



What's your pasta sauce jar wearing this season?





 If you happen to be too busy blogging like I am, 
you may buy a lot of sauce in jars.... 

Truthfully, I go for the best jar rather than the best sauce...

Classico happens to have a great Atlas Mason jar under the label...


 Lucky me, I had a few cork lids that fit perfectly!


I tried a few different outfits on my mason jars to see just which one I liked best...

This one is called the "sweet lavender and paint cloth bow" look...


Next up is the "French Bistro" look...


I painted a handle for the top, wrapped the jar in chicken wire, added some tiny measuring spoons, and attached an 
Eiffel Tower tag..


Tres Chic!

And last but certainly not least is the "Chippy-Rusty" look...
My favorite!


Again, I used chicken wire because it is so cool,
tied on some rusty-painty hinges...


and put a round, rusty, old part on top for a handle.


We have a winner!


 "Chippy-Rusty" 
looks great in the wire milk crate I found at the antique store...


Now the star of this show (and a few runner ups) are
ready to hold office supplies in my craft room!



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18 comments:

  1. I love how your mind thinks! And I think it is groovy how you are reusing things.

    I am buying a $3 a bottle salad dressing just because of the bottle. Thank GOODNESS it is good dressing!!

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  2. Too fun...you know I love that "chippy and rusty" look too :) Chat soon, Laurel

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  3. Super cute girl! Thanks for visiting:0) I love meeting new friends and YOUR blog looks great!:0)

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  4. I buy this same sauce for that very reason!! Great work. :)


    Kelly

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  5. Lucky for you they have the best sauce and jars! YUM!

    I found you on Design it Chic and am following now. Your blog is lovely!

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  6. So creative! Lovely!

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  7. Beautiful! I love the rustic look, and I'm really digging all the crafts using chicken wire.

    You're more than welcome to link up at the Sunburnt Cow link party.

    Cheers,
    Tracy All Thumbs Crafts

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  8. Those are all so great! really creative.

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  9. Very cool!! I love pretty "re-purposed" ideas!!! Stopping by from CBC!!

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  10. How awesome!

    Happy PINK SATURDAY!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  11. I'm not crafty. I look at ideas from people who are and wonder how those ideas materialize. Visiting you from CBC. Nice job!

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  12. Congratulations on reaching 500 followers! I hit that milestone a few hours ago and I'm still a little bit in shock.

    Those jars are really fantastic. I don't usually do anything crafty, but I might have to use this idea.

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  13. I love all of these! I have been saving countless jars and bottles because I knew they would be good for something - thanks for the inspiration!

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  14. very crafty...thanks for sharing at my party, hope you come again!

    Simply Creations Link Party

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  15. Hi, friend! I'm admiring all your creative posts here so can you please share them with us at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop? Hope to see you there at the party :)

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  16. Love your reasoning when buying jarred sauce !!! Lol, because I will buy Classico for the same reason!!! Junkers/DIY people, really are kindred spirits ! <3

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