Tuesday Tutorial: Decoupaged Valentine Jar

Happy Valentine’s Day! We hope today you will have a lovely and happy day. In case you have sometime to craft today here is a great project that you can create. This decoupaged Valentine jar is not only cute, but it’s a useful craft. Store all your Valentine’s Day goodies in this jar, and display it in your home or office. This jar was designed by, Sherrie Ragsdale. See a list of supplies, and the instructions for this project below.

PLAID Supplies

  • Mod Podge ® Matte, 8 oz.

Other Supplies

Red paper with white dots, Red and white striped paper, Pink paper with white dots, Pink ribbon, Pink buttons, Hot glue gun, & Jar

Instructions

  1. Cut out red/white dot paper to fit the lid of jar and the front of jar. Glue in place.
  2. For the front of the jar, cut out a square from the red paper with dots. Next, cut out a slightly smaller square (approximately 1/2 smaller square), from the striped paper. Center and adhere smaller square to larger square using Mod Podge as your glue.
  3. Cut out one small heart from the red striped paper and one small heart from the pink paper with white dots. Set aside.
  4. Cut out a medium heart from the red paper with dots and a medium heart from the solid pink paper. Set aside.
  5. Glue medium pink heart to the top. Center and glue small striped heart on top of pink heart.
  6. Glue medium red dotted heart on top of the square paper. Center and glue small pink heart on top of red heart.
  7. Glue the square paper with attached hearts to the front of the jar.
  8. Add pink bow and buttons as shown in photo using hot glue.

 

 

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