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It’;s gettin spooky up in here! These DIY Halloween Apothecary Jars are so easy to make!

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I have always loved apothecary jars and was so excited to make these DIY Halloween Apothecary Jars. I was thrilled when The Dollar Tree asked me to join them in their latest campaign. I got to choose one tutorial to recreate from their Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club. Did you know they had craft tutorials? ?Me neither!

For such a great looking Halloween decoration, these are SO SO easy and pretty fun to create!

Are you ready?

First, head to your Dollar Tree and pick up some fun Halloween items.

Supply Ideas:

When you’;re looking for jars and you swear they are always in the dishes area…;…;.but you CAN’;T find themdecorative pillow covers, so then you text your friend in a panic…;..but you keep walking around thinking maybe they moved them…;…;…;. keep walking around until you check the spot they’;re supposed to be in for the 3rd time…;..and you see the gal stocking the shelf with the EXACT jars you wanted! ?I just about kissed the poor woman I was so happy!

Once you have your supplies, head home and get ready to CREATE!

I wanted the jars to look like they’;d been sitting on a shelf in a lab for years, so I took the lids and smeared my black and yellow patina ink all over the top. ?You could spray paint them if you wanted, or use stamping ink. I tried craft paint, but it didn’;t stick very well and I didn’;t have time for multiple coats. ?(I’;m not a patient crafter)

I filled my jars half way with water and played around with adding different combinations of food coloring to get a tinged color or bloody color. After I achieved the colors I wanted, I stuffed in my Halloween items. This was the fun part!?

For fun, you can set another creature on top of your lid.

Now here comes the really exciting part. ?I took one of the candle sticks they always have at the Dollar Tree and glued it to the bottom of my jar. This really made it look like an old time Apothecary jar. ?I use E6000 silicone glue.

I was going to make my own labels, but why? ?There are so many great printable free Halloween labels out there. I found these here.

Don’;t they look great? ?I’;m loving them. ?I grabbed my decoupaged pumpkins that are really making their rounds in the house and placed everything on my entry table.

You can see my girl sitting at the end of the table…;…;.she likes to help me.

Meet Debbi Lashbrook, educator and trainer for BERNINA of America, Inc. Her blog posts include “Spirograph Quilt,” “Decorative Stitches à la CutWork” and “Audition Appliqué Fabrics in Your Embroidery Software.”

I like to reuse old materials and to put them into a new contextSo I made a custom sleeve for my MacBook Pro out of a felted woolen blanket and a tent canvas. Both materials I bought in a swiss military shop during my last trip to my home country.

Here's a few more of my favorite DIY bath and beauty recipes for your enjoyment! It's fun to make your own bath goodies and it's wonderful to know what's in the products you're putting on your skin. These are perfect for gifting as well!

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