10.09.2011

Mason Jar: One-of-a-kind picture frame

Today I had to go back one last time to the Peddler's Fair to see if there were any other items I just had to bring home. We walked out of there with a few things, one of them being a couple old, rusted mason jars. I love these jars for so many reasons...they can be used for a variety of things in the home. Not just for canning! 

I came across this fabulous idea for using mason jars as one-of-a-kind picture frames. The directions are simple and the result is cute. My husband thinks its even a bit creepy, which is perfect for the Halloween season! 

First, get a clean mason jar you think you can fit a standard size photograph in (4x6). I loved the jars I found at the peddler's fair because the lids are nice and rusty. It gives it a more antique look.  



Then, place the photograph in the jar however you would like it to face. I decided to do two pictures so that no matter what way the jar would turn, you would see a photograph. 




Lastly, pour oil in the jar over the picture slowly until the jar is full. There you go, easy as that! Now you have a unique frame for the home!  


Optional: You can tie a ribbon or string around the top to add a little something extra. Depends on you! 


Like I said before,  this would also make great decor for the Halloween season. There's just something so very creepy about it! 




xoxo

7 comments:

  1. Anonymous9.3.13

    What type of oil did you use?

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  2. Anonymous19.3.13

    will the oil fades your pictures?

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  3. Anonymous14.6.13

    I add lavender as the stuff grows like weeds here. Smells nice and looks cool.

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  4. Anonymous29.7.13

    can you use baby oil instead of cooking oil so it will be clear instead of yellow looking?

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  5. do you need to laminate the picture?

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  6. Do you need to glue the pic to the jar?

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