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Discover unique and creative ways to repurpose milk jars and glass bottles. Get inspired with these top ideas for adding a touch of charm to your home decor.
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How to Make DIY Hobnail Milk Glass

This is a really cute vintage craft that you can give as a homemade gift. Learn how to make your very own hobnail milk glass! I’m not really sure when my love for vintage started, but when I figured out how to turn ordinary clear glass into a DIY hobnail milk glass project, it was

Rosa Retamal
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Make Your Own: Artificial Milk Bottle

I was visiting my Grandma and helping her clean up a cabinet when she gave me an old (empty) glass milk Bottle. I thought it would look great with the two artificial glasses of milk that I had out at Christmas this year, but I wanted it to look like the bottle was full of milk as well. After thinking about it for awhile I figured that adding paint would be the easiest way to get the look. Read on to see what an easy project this was, or click here to learn more about the glasses of milk…

Kim Adkism
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Paint Glass with Elmers Glue To Get Seaglass Effect

I love Pinterest! I've pinned a lot of crafty ideas and DIY tutorials there. This project happens to be one that I wanted to try. I was kinda skeptical at first. I did not think it would work. I thought it would come out blotchy and runny. But I felt it was just too easy and cheap not to try. I have to say I'm pleasantly surprised. It's very easy and turns out great. All you do is take a couple of tablespoons of Elmers glue and mix a couple of drops of food coloring together to make a paint…

Erin Triola