How To Transform A Pickle Jar Into Gorgeous Rustic Decor

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For The Love Of Pickles

My family always has a big ol’ jar of pickles in our fridge. At all times, whenever we need a salty snack only a pickle can satisfy, we can go into the fridge and grab one.

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Needless to say, we have gone through quite a few pickle jars through the years. Instead of simply throwing away these pickle jars, use them to make something spectacular.

Use them for decor!

I know, it sounds crazy, but trust me, if used right, pickle jars make awesome rustic accents for your home.

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Reduce,reuse, recycle! Here’s a DIY idea that you will see from time to time on my IG posts. I saved up so many of these and have use them for decor all around my house.There’s so many ways you can transform them. My husband buys the BIG jars from @samsclub because I go through them like crazy. Tip: its super easy to remove the label from the SamsClub Pickle Jars. I peel it myself and any extra sticky residue left on the jar can easily be removed with VERY hot running water or you can let it soak in hot water with dish soap. You can easily take it off with your fingers after but a soft dish sponge can also help scrub it off. This always worked for me with glass jars. Some people suggested Goo Gone. I have never tried it but will look into it. . . . #diy #diyhomedecor #picklejars #vases #glass #glassvase #farmhousestyle #farmhousedecor #farmhousedecorating #farmhousestyle #diyfarmhousedecor #diyfarmhouse #diyhomedecor #transformation #targetdollarspot #bullseyesplayground #bullseyeplayground #targetfinds #samsclub #targetstyle #homedecor#homedecorinspo#decorating #ilovepickles#reuse

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For example, cleaning a pickle jar and removing the lid makes a great rustic vase for plants of any kind. You can also decorate the jars with anything you’d like: paint, writing, stickers, and more.

You can also use these jars for organization of bulk items: food like beans or coffee, makeup brushes, or anything you’d like on display. You can also use it for candles!

I used a smaller pickle jar to display some sand and sea shells, giving my bathroom a beachy vibe. Anything you can do with a mason jar, you can do with a pickle jar.

Give a pickle jar DIY a try, like Instagram user marys_hobby_life has.  It’s really breathtaking what these jars can turn into, and you’ll want to use pickle jars for a ton of DIY decor.

Weddings, home decor, and so much more can be decorated with one of these babies. You’re just one jar of pickles away.

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Reduce,reuse, recycle! Here’s a DIY idea that you will see from time to time on my IG posts. I saved up so many of these and have use them for decor all around my house.There’s so many ways you can transform them. My husband buys the BIG jars from @samsclub because I go through them like crazy. I use fake flickering candles (they are safer because my son loves to touch real candles). You can get the rope to glue at the rim from @dollartree! . Tip: its super easy to remove the label from the SamsClub Pickle Jars. I peel it myself and any extra sticky residue left on the jar can easily be removed with VERY hot running water or you can let it soak in hot water with dish soap. You can easily take it off with your fingers after but a soft dish sponge can also help scrub it off. This always worked for me with glass jars. Some people suggested Goo Gone. I have never tried it but will look into it. . . #diy #diyhomedecor #picklejars #glass #glassvase #farmhouse #farmhousestyle #farmhousedecor #diyfarmhouse #farmhousediy #diyfarmhousedecor #diydecor#diylantern #jarlantern#lantern #targetdollarspot #bullseyesplayground #bullseyeplayground #targetfinds #samsclub #homedecor#homedecorinspo #decorating #ilovepickles#dollartree#dollartreefinds#decorationideas #decoratingonabudget#reuse#centerpieces

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