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recycled Lipton tea jars

There is a saying in the south that if the Good Lord made anything better than iced tea, he kept it for himself. We drink a lot of tea around here. My husband and son love sweet tea & I drink it unsweetened. My husband and son also love MickeyD sweet tea for a buck!
This summer I had a collection of empty tea jars so I wanted to see what I could do with them. I was inspired by a Plaid video showcasing Mod Podge and glass jars.
I adapted the project so I could call on some of my digital graphic stash to make these candle holders.
For my digital graphics I printed a paper of antique maps from  Miss Crow's Magickal Emporium™ ,
Jaguarwoman's "Wetlands" Backgrounds and my all time favorite designer Miki Ferkul.I have a lot of Miki's kits and I cannot remember which one that this print came from.
I printed these and applied them to the jars with Mod Podge. I opted for battery operated candles for safety reasons.
Hopefully tomorrow I can take photos of recycled projects that are on my front porch.





Comments

MichelleMyBelle said…
OOH so pretty. They are going to look so nice lit. Nice job on them Rhoda
doodlingdebbie said…
Rhoda, These are so pretty. I love the way you make such besutiful things by recylcing.

Hugs,
Debbie aka doodlingdebbie
Rhoda= you are SO sweet! And I love those- I think my favorite is the one on the far left- with the map!!!
Carolyn Albro said…
Those are friggin' awesome!!! You totally rock! Love the saying(I'm a displaced Southern girl LOL)

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