Sunday, August 24, 2014

Ball Jars and Chalkpaint

A couple of weeks ago, 
I bought a box of 9 Ball jars 
(clear, old, not new)
for $5.


I found this wire basket that I love!


So, you know what I've been doing.
I've been painting jars with chalk paint. 
I distressed them a bit like they do on Pinterest.


I found these dried whatevers for $2.
I photographed them on the vintage tablecloth
that I was told to "take and be blessed."

It's hard for me to receive so I gave her $1.  
I know, I know, I ripped her off. 


I kinda like them in the white room.
I think I'll stack some pretty white linen in the basket.

What do you think?
Keep or sell?

I hope your Sunday has been filled with love, peace and joy.
Mine sure has been. 

Bonnie:)

23 comments:

  1. You know Bonnie, you have a knack to make things so pretty..keep..Blessings

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  2. Keep, at least for a while...you decide it's something you can't part with. I sure like the jar make-overs. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  3. Keep some and sell some. Very cute. Hope your job is going well.

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  4. I think Debby is right - keep some, sell some. I love them!

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  5. I second or third the motions...keep some, sell some.

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  6. Oh I love the look of painted Ball jars! It's so shabby chic looking to me, especially if you add flowers or a candle. I think you should keep them.

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  7. I really love the chalk pain on the old jars...I have some of those out in the garage ~ maybe I will do something similar. Great idea! Have a great week!

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  8. These are definitely keepers. Love them!!

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  9. I'd have to keep these. Love it, especially with the whatevers. :-)

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  10. Love, love, love your jars!! They are so pretty painted white. I've been wanting to try this, but haven't been brave enough...so worried that I will ruin them.
    ~Cindy

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  11. Seeing as you have a few jars there, some to keep some to sell! They look very pretty especially with the dried seed heads in them, just right for the upcoming time of year. xx

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  12. They look so cute...I need to paint a few jars!

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  13. Wow!!! Very nice, love the look.Blessings Francine.

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  14. Bonnie...these are so cool and I love them painted white. Here's what I would do..keep them for a while and when you grow tired of them, SELL :)

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  15. Hi Bonnie, thanks so much for stopping by today and leaving a comment. I love that you've done with the jars, I like them with the white too. I would have to keep them, at least for awhile! :)

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  16. You've been enjoying Pinterest. Too often, I pin and that's it. I say what everyone else says, keep until you've moved on to the next thing. It's very cute!

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  17. Hi Bonnie, You are so talented... Those Bell Jars are gorgeous with that chalk paint... I would keep a few and sell the rest --but it all depends upon YOU --and what you want to do... Whatever you do, good luck.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  18. Those chalk paint jars are so cool, Bonnie. I would definitely keep a couple. Jess is really into these mason jars. I'll have to tell her about this.

    Have a happy week.

    love,
    ~Sheri

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  19. Hi Bonnie. I've seen those jars on Pinterest too and thought they are so cute, but haven't made any yet. I love them and if it were me, I would keep!..Happy Monday..Judy

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  20. Wow-you made them so pretty. How could you part with such prettiness???

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  21. I'm sure it would sell in a heartbeat....but it would be soooo nice to keep. Hope you can come to a decision :)

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