I have this new love for mason jars! They are so beautiful, especially in blue! Recently my mom picked me up some of these jars at a garage sale. I found out later that they are vintage jars ranging from the late 1800's to the 1920's! And the best part is that they cost us only 50 cents a piece! I will post pictures of what I used them for a little later. Moral of that story: if you have any mason jars-- don't get rid of them!! ha ha
As I promised, I have pictures of my great grandmother's jewelry! Each piece is so stunning-- I feel so privlaged to have them in my family!! Also, I just wanted to thank you all for following my blog. It means so much to me to have your support!
I thought I would share some pictures with you all really quickly :-D
Pinecone in the snow
Sarah, my "roommate" with a snowball
Issac getting hit by a snowball
Abby and I
Abby and Taylor
Abby doing Hailey's hair
Group Picture ( I am on the right, not looking at the camera) ha ha
Sarah and I
Jenny jumping off the log
The girl's "cabin."
Marissa playing volleyball
Waiting for the Bus
Some of the kids trying to play cards on the bus. Yes they are using a pillow for a table, ha ha
Clear Spray Enamel
Coat the entire box with arcylic paint. Paint the box with several more coats until the color is solid. Wait for the box to dry. Spray clear enamel over entire box-- at least two coats. If you want a more distressed look, rub the paint before spraying enamel with light sandpaper.