Monday, September 15, 2014

Mason Jar Succulents

Three weeks to go before the Lodi Street Faire and I'm finally starting to cross things off my list.  This weekend I got all my mason jars painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, sanded and the succulents planted.  I love the way the turned out!



Here's to hoping I don't kill them before October 5!

Linking to:
Between Naps on the Porch,  DIY Showoff, Keeping It Simple
The Girl Creative, A Bowl Full of Lemons, Coastal Charm
Elizabeth & Co., Sugar Bee Crafts

7 comments:

  1. these are so pretty! thanks for linking up at DIY Inspired!

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  2. Oh how pretty! I love the mix of jars and the white paint really brings out the details.

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  3. Happy to feature you at our party this morning! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  4. Very pretty! I think I am going to try this myself!

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  5. Just found you through a link to a link. I think this deserves a repost because I never saw it come up around "town". It's one of the best paint jobs out there. I wonder if you waxed after you painted. Plus I have never seen a large collection of jars and and succulents all sizes and kinds in one grouping. This looks fall. But tie red string and it's Christmas. Tie white sparkly yarn and glue two silvery white pompoms to the ends and tie around the taller ones and it's New Years. Grab green thread around the top and shamrocks for St Patricks Day!! They'd make a great gift.

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  6. That's cute, "yarher" My husband says I have 10 pounds of stuff in a five pound bag/box/room etc Always looking for fairy ideas cork ideas crafting ideas etc I've been blogging for years but my scrapping has taken priority and I am on hiatus for a little while longer. Love your blog! <3 Heidi www.withaz.net is where it starts. I figure a hiatus still leaves a ton to read.

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  7. Forgot to add i'm a mason jar junkie. Kitchen, left over, on the freezer machine, in the craft room.I grow succulents and tillandsia

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