DIY – Fabric covered jars

Friday, September 27, 2013

DIY - Fabric covered jars

I have a whole bunch of jars with different shapes and sizes standing here without being used. I have used them in the past in the kitchen for pasta, sugar and flour. But I think it is ultimately better to have jars who look the same. I also had a pot with an advertising message on it. Not very nice to display in the kitchen. It seemed like a good idea to cover them with fabric. Now they are super cute jars who earn a spot in the kitchen!

Read on to see how you make these cute fabric covered jars. . .

What do you need for fabric-covered jars

– jar
– fabric
– tape or ribbon
–Β Mod Podge
– white spraypaint
– scissors

DIY - Fabric covered jars

How to make a fabric-covered jar

1. Find a few pots whit hollow lids. Often you can remove the plastic on the inside of the lids. Spray the inside with white paint and put the plastic back into place.

2. Cut the fabric to size. Take an extra inch in width and 2 inch in height. Make cuts at the bottom of the fabric for about 1 inch as seen in the picture.

3. Brush Mod PodgeΒ on the jar and cover the jar in the fabric. Glue the overlap and make it stick. Make sure that the fabric at the bottom is a little bit below the jar so that you can glue the flaps onto the bottom of the jar.

4. Place the pieces of fabric onto the bottom and glue a round piece of fabric on top of it. Cut the fabric at the top of the jar to size. Make small cuts if necessary and glue it. Glue a piece of tape or ribbon on top of it.

5. The lid can get back onto your jar and it’s ready to be used! XO Wilma

7 Responses
  • Emanuela
    September 27, 2013

    wow beautiful idea!!

    • Wilma
      September 27, 2013

      Thank you Emanuela!

  • Gwen
    September 27, 2013

    Looks as if you got them from a store, like! πŸ˜€

    • Wilma
      September 28, 2013

      Wow, thank you Gwen!

  • zeinab
    October 10, 2013

    I will make it for my lovely teacher!
    thanks a lot honey!!!

  • sana
    October 12, 2013

    thanks a lot

  • Julia M.
    March 9, 2014

    Pretty jars! Did you coat it with Mod Podge or another sealer after gluing the fabric to the jar? You might want to for kitchen use. The fabric will collect dust and grease and you won’t be able to wash it. Just a thought. =)

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