If there’s anything you should know about me it’s this.
I like EASY projects.
Think– 10 minutes top, minus drying time I suppose.
Some might call that lazy, I call it productive.
So our school is big about box top labels (is there a school that isn’t big on them?) Since one of my daughters goes to a uniform school, they have competitions for box tops and whichever class has the most gets a non uniform day (or pizza party, hot choc party, etc)
Naturally we save them up for a long time and when the competitions come around, we dominate.
No big deal. Even if that means only turning them in once or twice a year, we turn in TONS.
To be fair, the other daughter gets to turn in box tops too, but she doesn’t get as excited, I can slide by with just turning in a baggie full. 😉
Until next year.. Tear!
I’m getting off track, Allison will tell you that happens a lot.
So I bought this glass jar to keep the box tops contained so we could try and stay away from plastic bag after plastic bag of them. But I wanted to spiff it up a bit.
bought: 1 glass jar from Hobby Lobby, with a 40% off coupon, a can of spray paint on sale 30% off and stickers 50% off.
Did I mention I’m also cheap?
I put the foam stickers on the jar, this is kind of self explanatory but what kind of tutorial giver would I be if I just said “do the obvious, you’re done, you’re welcome”
Spray paint, and peel off!
Glorious! Thanks again to Allison for letting me come play today! Come check me out ’round the web.. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and duh, the BLOG!
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