15 DIY Bottle and Jar Ideas

When you are out an about do you see lots of old bottles and jars? Next time, grab a few and create something special like one of these 15 DIY bottle and jar ideas I have found.

15 DIY Bottle and Jar Ideas

All of these projects are so amazing and they share one thing in common: graphics from the Graphics Fairy. Take a look through them and I bet you will find one {or more} that you love!

01 - Dreams Factory - Chalk Paint Bottles

These gorgeous shabby chic painted bottles are from Dream’s Factory. They look great with the the French typography label on the front.

02 - Country Chic Cottage - Bottles
Angie, from The Country Chic Cottage, used some these labels to create these awesome vintage labels on the front of bottles.

03 - Craft Dictator - Jar Labels
Using the round pharmacy label, The Craft Dictator, created this awesome set of jars.

04 - Shabby Creek Cottage - Jar Pin Cushion
This mason jar pin cushion was created by The Shabby Creek Cottage. It makes the perfect little sewing kit.

05 - Carolyn's Homework - Vitamin Bottles
Carolyn, from Carolyn’s Homework, used the French Apothecary Label, to create these awesome vitamin bottles.

06 - Seashell Jar
The seashell image looks so amazing on this painted seashell jar from Real Planz.

07 - Adventures in Home Improvement - Laundry Bottles
Add a little bit of fancy to your laundry room with some glass bottles and the French soap label.
Adventures in Home Improvement made some great ones for her laundry room.

08 - ReDoem - Spice Bottles
Looking to change your spice bottles? Follow this tutorial from ReDoem and use some of the apothecary labels to give your spice rack a fresh look.

09 - Rehab Boutique - Reused Bottles
Reusing old bottles is a great way to recycle. Just pick a great set of labels, like Rehab Boutique did, and you give new life to old bottles.

10 - How Did You do That JoJo - Vintage Wine Bottles
Vintage wine bottles are my favorite! Over at How Did You do That JoJo, they used images like the Carte Postale to create these gorgeous vintage wine bottles.

11 - Circus Themed Mason Jars
How adorable are these circus themed mason jars from Pollyanna Reinvents? The circus graphics look perfect on them.

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These glittered mason jars, from Designers Sweet Spot, look fantastic. I love the gorgeous colorful moth graphic she used on them.

13 - Just Something I Made - BUtton Jars
Want a place to store your buttons that also looks great? How about using the button label, like Just Something I Made, and creating a set of storage jars like these.

14 - DIY Apothecary Jars
I still adore this DIY Apothecary jar! It looks so fabulous.

15 - Borei by Design - Vintage Pickle Jar
This old pickle jar transformation is fantastic. Borei by Design added the French Transfer Printable – Marseille for the perfect touch.



Comments

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    • Karen Watson says:

      Hi Frani,
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  2. So many lovely ideas! ♥
    Thanks for including my Shabby French painted jars.
    Hugs, Diana

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