DIY Salt and Pepper Jars
I don’t have one of those fancy vinyl cutters that so many have – the ones which allow you create cute projects with pretty fonts and letters. But I didn’t let that stop me. Here is an easy way to get that very same look – and all you need is a home printer to create these DIY Salt and Pepper Jars.
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I have been looking for a way to create some Pantry Jars for a large DIY Project I am working on. I didn’t want to invest in an expensive Vinyl Cutting Machine. Then I stumbled across a product that worked perfectly. 8×12 sheets of clear sticker paper that can be printed on an ordinary home laser printer. I shared them when I made THIS PROJECT for Christmas.
Let’s Get Started:
You will need to print out the Salt and Pepper printable above. I did not design it in any particular size, so it could be adjusted to fit on the container or jar of your choice.
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Once you have figured out what size you need and printed the designs, then simply cut them out as close around the wording as possible. It doesn’t have to be exact. Carefully place the designs on your jars and smooth flat. And that’s it. Print. Cut. Adhere. Don’t you love an easy DIY? 🙂
I made both a Salt and a Pepper jar, but you could use just the salt design if you wanted.
Oh by the way – my new fave popcorn flavor is salt and pepper. I pop our corn on the stovetop. No microwave stuff for me. Nope, nope! It’s so easy – I just heat coconut oil and add a generous amount of pepper. After the corn pops, I immediately add some sea salt. (I have found adding the salt while its fresh and hot from the pot works best.)
This gives you a quick peak at what my pantry jars will look like. I used the same basic design and font. I was hoping to have that project completed before Christmas. We shall see. 🙂
That’s It! I hope you have enjoyed this project. xxoo, Barb
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