A DIY tutorial on how to make your own Bathroom Mason Jars. These are quick and easy to make and a great way to decorate your bathroom. #NeverRunOut

DIY Bathroom Mason Jars – #NeverRunOut

June 30, 2017


Let’s chat bathrooms today. The bathroom, for me, is a place to escape for a moment. I can soak in a hot bath and just take a second to relax. Because it’s my place to escape I like my bathroom to be pretty and stocked. One of my fears is running out of toilet paper. Irrational? Maybe, but i’d rather be safe than sorry which is why i’ll #NeverRunOut with Cottonelle. I also wanted to come items out from the cabinets under the sink and have them out and easy to get too. This is how I ended up with these Bathroom Mason Jars.
A DIY tutorial on how to make your own Bathroom Mason Jars. These are quick and easy to make and a great way to decorate your bathroom. #NeverRunOut

Why do I have a fear of not being stocked on toilet paper? My mom has always been that person that when there are like 3 rolls left, we must go buy more. I am assuming I got this irrational fear from her. However, I can say that I am always stocked on toilet paper and I would have to say that’s a good thing. Right?

A DIY tutorial on how to make your own Bathroom Mason Jars. These are quick and easy to make and a great way to decorate your bathroom. #NeverRunOutCrafting is something I always do. I wanted to create some bathroom mason jars for my bathroom. Something that could hold cotton balls and q-tips. I use these items so frequently that it would be easier for me to have access to them on my counter. These bathroom mason jars we so easy and quick to make. I love how they brighten up my bathroom and match my decor.

Supplies

  • Mason Jars
  • Spray Paint

A DIY tutorial on how to make your own Bathroom Mason Jars. These are quick and easy to make and a great way to decorate your bathroom. #NeverRunOut
Bathroom Mason Jars

Paint your Bathroom Mason Jars

Take your jars outside and place upside down on a piece of cardboard. With your spray paint, stand the recommended distance away. You may need to do a few coats but this will eliminate the paint from becoming runny and leaving drops on your jars. Allow them to fully dry before applying the second coat.

Painting your Bathroom Mason Jar Lids

I wanted to include the lids with my bathroom mason jars. I decided a sparkly gold would be perfect. There are two parts to the mason jar lids so be sure to spread them out. It’s easier to have them in place and spread out rather than having to move them after you paint. Like the jars, read the directions on your spray paint. Give them a nice coat and wait till they dry to apply the second coat.

A DIY tutorial on how to make your own Bathroom Mason Jars. These are quick and easy to make and a great way to decorate your bathroom. #NeverRunOutNow that I have my bathroom mason jars done, I needed to make sure I was stocked up on my toilet paper with my irrational fear and all. Thanks to Walmart and Ibotta I am good to go! Not only can I get my craft supplies at Walmart but I can grab my Cottonelle and because I use Ibotta I can even get cash back on my Ibotta App. Cottonelle Clean Care Mega is my go-to. I Never Run out thanks to Cottonelle.

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5 Comments

  • Becky Willis

    This is such a neat idea! I really love using Mason Jars for everything I can. I use them to keep my pens together, for drinking glasses, organization, you name it I have probably used them for something. Except… my q-tips and cotton balls, for some reason they haven’t made it to my bathroom quite yet. Thank you for sharing this cool idea.

    September 6, 2017 at 12:01 pm Reply
  • Censie Sawyer

    I love this idea. I am a big mason jar fan so this looks like someting I would love to create in our bathroom. I Love the blue mason jars too. So fun! That is our kind of TP as well. The only kind we buy!

    September 6, 2017 at 9:17 pm Reply
  • Nadalie

    These are so pretty! I love that you could just spray paint them whichever colour fits your decor. Sitting here thinking what else I could use mason jars for. Pen holder maybe in my office? Thanks for the inspiration!

    September 7, 2017 at 11:02 am Reply
  • Lena Burkut

    I love how amazingly cool this project is. It would totally make a difference in my bathroom as the Mason jars are super accessible and painted they will look absolutely amazing on the counter top! What a great organizational idea – love it!

    September 7, 2017 at 1:07 pm Reply
  • Karlyn Cruz

    Ha! I love the blue! I do use mason jars for our bathroom as well for q-tips and such. However, it’s just clear and not beautifully painted like this. Great idea!

    September 8, 2017 at 1:07 am Reply
  • David Elliott

    Those are very cool mason jars and I can see how they would be very useful in the restroom. I wish that the restroom were the kind of place for me that is it for you. I might be able to sit in there for about ten minutes. But I don’t have a bath and haven’t had a bath I could soak in for years because I got too tall for the tub. Ah well. Great project though.

    September 9, 2017 at 11:49 am Reply
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