I am so loving these little treat jars! Martha’s Circle blogger network sent a few of us bloggers a fun little project to play with. I haven’t done much crafting lately so this was definitely a fun treat! I received these really cute jars from Crate & Barrel, craft supplies and some brownie treats from Weight Watchers for a little inspiration.
Since these were supposed to be treat jars I wanted to use a few words that reminded me of treats and fit well for kitchen display. I immediately thought of Enjoy since I use that word often on my blog but had a hard time figuring out the other word. I asked my hubby and he came up with Savor. I love it!
Weight Watchers and Martha Stewart are working together to create fun ways to snack sensibly and stylishly. After receiving the box of goodies I totally loved the idea of having a little snack jar. It’s great for me since I have been trying to eat really healthy at home. I do often crave a little something sweet and these Brownie Bliss bars are just the right size.
How To Stencil DIY Treat Jars
Martha Stewart Crafts: Satin Paint, Metallic Paint, Adhesive Stencils, Foam Pouncers
– Adhere sticker stencils to the jar surface.
– Pour a small amount of paint on a palette.
– Dab foam pouncer into paint and tap on a thin layer of paint.
– Pounce a thin layer of paint onto the jar surface.
– Peel off stencil while the paint is still wet.
– Clean materials with soap and water to reuse later.
What do you think? I love the look and feel they bring to the kitchen.
I received crafts and product for editorial consideration. All opinions are my own.