Textured Spring Jars


Textured Spring Jars are the best way to brighten up a room for the warm months of spring and summer. If there's snow outside, then these darling kids' spring crafts serve an even more important purpose of cheering you up when the weather tries to bring you down. These projects for kids are so great because preschoolers can make them and teens would love to display these in their trendy rooms. These pick-me-ups are the perfect gift for Mother's Day.



  1. Wash and dry jars and give them a rinse with rubbing alcohol. Be careful not to touch the outsides of the jars with your fingers as the paint can repel from the oils in your hands.
  2. When jars are dry, use a three dimensional writing paint to draw designs on the sides of the jars. Allow to dry as least 5 hours, preferably overnight.
  3. Spray the outside of the jar with spray paint; applying several thin coats at 30-minute intervals. Several thin coats is preferable to a couple of thick coats as thicker coats tend to run. Let dry overnight.

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