Since discovering this recipe I haven’t bought a jar of spaghetti sauce. Until now.
I saw these beauties in the grocery store I picked them up not for what was inside, but for what I could do with them after they were empty.
We recently did a make-over to our back deck and I knew that the coffee table needed a little somethin’.
I had a tray that was supposed to hold photos, so I removed the photos and sanded her down a bit to give an aged look. I added some personalization, thanks to my husband’s cousin and her Cricut. Um, yea. Totally. Want. One.
I soaked the spaghetti jars in warm soapy water so that the labels would peel off. I gave one of the jars a coat of my other best friend – Valspar Glass Etch.
I took a few scoops of sand right out of my daughter’s sandbox and planted a candle in it.
The flowers? Directly from my backyard.
The hubs is responsible for those.
The only thing I am good at planting is a candle into a jar of sand.
I bought just two jars of spaghetti sauce for this project. Everything else I already had. And here’s the finished project, in all of her $6 glory.
I’m linking up with these parties.