Jars with Chalkboard Painted Lids

We have another great idea for you to re-purpose your used Robert Rothschild Farm glass jars! Why not store your dried herbs, spices and more inside these airtight jars? The best part is that the jars can be reused again and again because the lids are painted in chalkboard paint!

Jars

Here’s the step by step guide:

Start by peeling off the labels from the jar. The best way is to soak the jar in warm water until the label is easily removed. Take the the lids and sand them down a bit. These ensures that the chalkboard paint sticks well.

 

Sanded Lids

 

Next, Use any kind of spray chalkboard paint and coat the lids carefully. Follow safety instructions on the back of the paint can and be sure to spray the lids outside.

Rustoleum

Painted Lid

 

 

Once the lids are completely dry, customize your brand new storage containers with any kind of chalk you like! Store your herbs, spices and so much more in these stylish jars. Even use them for storing buttons, beads and other craft supplies.

 

Final Jar

Stacked Jars

What do you think? What would you store in these re-purposed jars?

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About Robert Rothschild Farm

Quality foods really do look, feel, and taste different. At Robert Rothschild Farm, we’ve spent over 30 years studying, refining, and perfecting the way we make our fresh, insanely flavorful, truly exceptional products. Each one is made from scratch and guaranteed to make even the everyday taste like gourmet.
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  1. Pingback: Creative Chalkboard For The Holidays | Junkin4Humanity Blog Log

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