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  • InDIY

    How To: Boho Decor Makeover

    A.V. how would you describe your design style?

    Hmmm good question. Well I love bright colors (preferably pink and blue), elements of nature (wood, sand, plants and other natural fibers etc.) but I also take delight in Read more

  • InDIY

    How To Stencil: DIY Corkboard World Map

    IMAGINE… You find the perfect stencil for your next project just to be disappointed when the paint bleeds and leaks completely ruining it. Have no fears I have the solution for you. Also you can see this awesome corkboard world map DIY. Read more

  • InDIY

    How To Make Glass Etched Spice Jars

    This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cricut. All opinions are 100% mine. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience.

    January is literally the month where EVERYONE wants to be more “organized” me included. It is also the time of the year when people take their diet a bit more seriously. Well that makes the perfect time for this kitchen hack.

    Kitchen hack: etched spice jars Kitchen hack: etched spice jars

    As you can see I love spices. It makes food so much better.  Having a variety allows me to not rely on salt, seasoning salt, butter to make dishes “taste good.” As for my spice shelf/rack I wanted it to look a bit more uniform and stylish. I got these glass jars from Amazon and etched them. Glass etching is so simple to do. Actually this is the 2nd post showing the technique. This project is actually a combination of my How Make A Personalized Etched Wine Bottle and How To Make A Stencil With Your Cricut Contact Paper posts.

     

    Kitchen hack: etched spice jars

    WHAT YOU NEED 

    Kitchen hack: etched spice jars

    WHAT TO DO

    1. Clean and dry the glass. After you make your stencil with your Cricut and contact paper press hard to ensure it is attached firmly. Use painter’s tape to secure your stencil. .

      Kitchen hack: etched spice jars 
    2. Cover work surfaces (be sure to work in a well-ventilated area). Put on protective gloves and an old shirt with long sleeves. Paint an even layer of etching cream onto glass. Let stand for amount of time indicated by manufacturer’s instructions (5-10 minutes).

      Kitchen hack: etched spice jars

       
    3. Rinse with warm water in a stainless steel sink. (Avoid porcelain sinks; the cream damages glazed surfaces.) Remove stencil and tape.

    Kitchen hack: etched spice jars

     

    Now I have a uniformed and cool look spice rack. As for the left over containers store them in the back of another cabinet.

     

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