easy mason jar diy

I decided to spruce up my bathroom vanity today with this easy diy.  I had everything on hand too, so this project was free *yay*

Currently, our bathroom counter looks like this:

easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)

It’s just cluttered looking and everything is sort of laying in the tray haphazardly.

I rounded up a few mason jars that were destined to the garage sale pile we have going, grabbed a paint brush and some white acrylic paint and gave the jars a coat of white paint.

easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)

easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)

easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)

easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)

After they dried, I lightly sanded over them (loving how they look already!).

easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)

I screwed the lids back on without the tops and filled them up with some q-tips, cotton rounds and faux flowers (I love real flowers too but these are so pretty and zero maintenance lol).  Our face cloths are stashed in this pretty bucket I picked up from Target ages ago and the planked wood is just a piece of wood that I stained last year (I layered a grey stain underneath a darker, brown stain).

easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)

So much better right?  I love how pretty and clean it looks now.

easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)(the initial necklace I have is my favourite – I picked mine up from Chapters)

easy mason jar diy | bathroom counter organization (A Dash of Mum Blog)

And a quick before & after:

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2 Comments

  1. Wow! What a difference a little paint makes! I love what you did with the mason jars and have some similar mojo going on in my bathroom. Time to get the paint and the spare jars out! Haha.

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