- I think the extra time in the oven really helped to cook and solidify any puddles of mod podge that collected at the bottom of the glass (because no matter how hard you try, you can’t get ALL the excess out. You just can’t). So I say, leave them in for about an hour. Check them. If they need a little more time, leave them in a bit longer. You be the judge.
- I used some vases left over from my wedding reception - told you had a million. If you happen to have a million glass vases that you bought for your wedding reception that are now collecting dust in your parent’s basement, you’re in luck!
- I also used large baby food jars (heaven knows I have enough of those around - little oinker) and a jam jar. I used goo gone to get all the adhesive off. Use what you got, baby!
- I wanted all different hues of green - deep green, blueish green, yellow green... so I played around with the amounts of blue and yellow food coloring every time I made another jar. This gives each one its own unique look, and a little variation adds to the charm.
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PS. Have you gone over and signed up for the Stashbusting Party at Robin's (The T-Shirt Diaries)? What the heck are you waiting for? I know you have some stash built up that you need to bust out! Come on, get a move on!
PPS. I wrote up a little ditty and she introduced me on her blog! You can read it here, if you want.