Update your spice and seasoning jars with with an easy DIY using copper and chalk paint. Display them in a unique container!
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Hi there! I’m sharing a fun DIY that I posted at Over the Big Moon last month. Our rental kitchen has been going through a slow transformation over the last six months and is finally a space that I can enjoy functionally and esthetically. You can read how we made over our kitchen cabinets (renter friendly) HERE, our IKEA glass canisters got a facelift HERE, and you can find the popular plate magnets (a fancy way to dress a boring fridge) HERE.
I’ve been using an old coke bottle crate that my mom gave me to hold our herbs and spices. It was finally time to make the seasoning jars looks pretty too.
What you need:
Chalkboard paint and brush
Copper Spray Paint
Clear coat finish (polyurethane)
Paint the top of your jar lids with two coats of chalkpaint, letting them dry 30 minutes in between coats. No need to worry about clean lines because we are only “saving” a circle of chalk paint.
Let the last coat dry overnight.
Place the round stickers that came with the jars on top of the lids. Spray paint 2-3 light coats of copper spray paint allowing 30 minutes of drying time in between. Seal with a coat of clear paint. Let dry for a hour.
Carefully remove the round stickers.
Use a small brush for any touchups. (Just dab on a little paint.)
Write the seasoning names with a chalk marker. (You can also season the chalkboard paint by rubbing on and wiping off regular chalk.)
I love how the copper adds warmth and a little shine to our white kitchen.
Thanks for stopping by today!!