French Striped Jar

6:46:00 AM


Ooh La La!


Found this great upholstery tape at a garage sale... 



I knew that someday I'd know what to do with it...
 
 
That day was today.... 
I taped off 2 stripes down the length of the fabric tape...


and began painting inside the lines with red craft paint...



I let it dry over night...
 and cut a length...


to fit snugly around this beautiful jar
 with the nicely distressed lid...

Voila! 
A cute little French inspired jar...





Susan

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7 comments

  1. I love it when a plan comes together. Looks great!!

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  2. I love it, Susan! I like to decorate the jar candles, too. It covers up any label, plus I can make it coordinate with the room I have it in. It pays to have those little things in your supply stash ~ you never know when you might be able to use it!

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  3. That is such a wonderful idea. I love the red stripe and the tutorial! What a perfect project, too!

    blessings,
    karianne

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  4. It will look great on my Ikea cart redo ! Very good idea.
    Amitiés,
    Anne

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  5. Instant upholstery webbing! How fun... It opens the door to a multitude of little projects. :-). sue

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  6. I have a whole roll of similar tape but never thought to paint it! Great idea with lovely results. Happy to be following you back via Linky Followers.
    Lynn at Cottage and Creek
    Email: Lynn@nsytes.com
    www.cottageandcreek.com

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