To create and recycle there are no limits. The covers can be reused in your garden to differentiate the plants in your garden. To assemble these signaling signs you will have to put together sticks and covers, stick them with an adhesive for assemblies and intervene as you like! An idea to draw and
Gather a couple of jars and place them in the arrangement that you like the most, with the silicone gun or any other glue, stick them together or to a base. They are very useful to organize your tools, pencils, makeup or kitchen utensils.
Give a hippie chic touch to your garden, patio or balcony with the “firefly effect” lamps. To make them you need to store the jars in the way you like the most, get some ropes and small LED lights or candles to put them inside. To hang them, just a burlap rope tied with knots […]
RECYCLED WALL CLOCK
To make it you will need a cardboard base, 13 jam caps and a clock mechanism. First you will have to make the desired shape on the cardboard to adhere the 12 covers and the center structure, where the cover number 13 and the clock mechanism will be located. The metal lids can be spray […]
First! make sure that the plants you are going to put grow well together and inside the glass (the most used are the succulent ones). Place stones at the bottom to facilitate drainage, place the soil and place the plant pressing slightly. On that add all the decoration you want! Avoid letting the le
They can be used as a table centrepiece or ornament, for a date or to scent you house. You need low fusion soya wax, candle wicks, dry flowers, essential oils or whatever you want to scent, and obviously a jar to recycle. Melt the soya wax in a casserole (cooking pot) over a low heat. [&hellip
Jars used as glasses is a tendency that keeps growing. To give them a different touch, you can customise them with different techniques such as: decoupage with napkins, spray paint, acrylics, stamps, viniles, etc. To do decoupage you only need some glass like varnish, a brush, napkins and a nylon ba