Sunday, December 12, 2010

DIY Monogrammed Candle Jars

I have many left over glass jars from all the candles that I burn. And lemme tell you, I burn A LOT of candles...

So, I've been eyeballing these monogrammed candle glass jars, but have you priced them? WOWZA! as many candles as I burn in a month.. I'd go broke! =) These were $29.95 for 2.


PB Monogrammed Candle Pot is $25.00


I found 2 sheets of these alphabet decals at the GW for less then a $1.00 and I knew I had to have them. Right now we are a bit decal crazed!


And I have a couple of these left over after burning. I really lub these glass jars because they have a black wooden lid and they are square vs. the usual round shaped jars YAY!!




This is how I did it;
1. I carefully placed the the decal on the jar, making sure it was lined up straight.


2. I rubbed the letter on w/ my nail, no biggie.

3. Slowly peel the paper backing off. Make sure none of the decal raises of the glass or it will wrinkle or rip or you'll have to start all over again.

This is how it turned out.


I love it!! I think it's so expensive looking but seriously if you saw it you'd never know it was a DIY.


It truly does not give the DIY vibe... I'm lourving decals! What do you do w/ them?


~Rosanna


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6 comments:

Debra@Dejarenew.blogspot.com said...

Cute, I wonder if this same process could be done with iron on letters and just using the iron to heat the glass to get the letters to stick. That being said I have a bunch o' iron ons if you want to give it a try ;)

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Allison said...

They look fabulous and so easy! Thanks for linking this up as well!

Meg said...

Very cute. I love decals. We're getting a little overloaded at our house! But, I can't seem to stop! ;) Thanks for sharing!

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Jen said...

What a great idea! I have some jar candles that will be empty soon. I'm going to have to give this a shot.

Bargain Princess said...

Hey Meg! Decals are super uber fun! sorry I missed your giveaway. I will be sure to go for it next time =)

Jen- Thanks for checking it out and liking my de-junking candle jar! I can't wait to see what you do w/ your jars =) Are you following me? if not I'd love to have you follow me and hear more from you.

Happy 2011 DIY!! =)