Emilee Likes

Welcome to the 1st segment of Emilee likes… She is so excited to share with you some of her creative ideas and from a teen point of view.

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Since she loves glitter and pink and Valentine’s Day is coming soon she wanted to make a holiday decoration for her room. I think her glitter jars turned out adorable! Her room is pink, green, and black so she can keep them out after Valentine’s Day if she wants.

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Here’s Emilee to show you how easy they are to make. I love that she’s following in my footsteps and using things we already have around the house.

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You’ll need clean food jars, glitter, and vinyl cut in any shape you like.

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Use a personal cutting machine or scissors to cut out the shape you like. Peel off the back of the vinyl and adhere it to the inside of the jar. Use a light spray of clear coat inside the jar then sprinkle in a generous amount of glitter.

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Use the lid or a plastic bag to cover the opening while you shake the glitter around the inside of the jar. Pour out the excess glitter onto a paper plate and pour it back into the bottle. Once the glitter has dried about 15 minutes peel off the vinyl. Use a craft knife to get the edge of the shape to peel it off.

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Aren’t they glitter-ific?

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She loves how well they turned out and I think she did an amazing job on her first project to share on the blog. I’m excited to see what project she comes up with for next month.

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Anne February 11, 2014 at 10:17 am

I love glitter jars too… and I think Emilee did an awesome job! What a great experience to teach others and write for such an inspiring blog. Way to go!
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kimber February 11, 2014 at 2:26 pm

These are so adorable! I would love to make some for my entry as valentines decor!
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CONNIE February 12, 2014 at 4:56 am

Love these Emilee-they turned out great. Question? Is the clear coat a name of glue spray? I’ve never used it before? -Connie

Jonie @ Just Between Friends February 12, 2014 at 11:11 am

I LOVE these Emilee! You did a great job. Pinning these to do with my girls sometime. Thanks for the tutorial!
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Jesseca February 14, 2014 at 1:14 pm

what a great idea. I bet these would be great on any party table as part of the decorations!
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