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DIY Black and White Grid Salt & Pepper Shakers

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We got a little crafty this week! Although they may be common household items, I didn’t seem to own any salt and pepper shakers! Luckily for me Hobby Lobby was having a a sale on glassware!

As a result I grabbed a few skinny tubes and and headed to my husbands paints to add my own custom feel to them!

Now it goes without saying that these are definitely the cutest salt and pepper shakers you’ll ever see for less than $2! Yes each of these jars/tubes were only 83 cents! If you need an update in the spices department, or in need of a almost free wedding gift, this is the answer!

Make a million with chalkboard stickers to create a beautifully organized spice cabinet! I decided on just the two in this lovely black and white grid pattern. Alternating colors, back for salt and white for pepper to make it stand out!

Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • Glassware
  • Painters tape
  • Paints and brushes
  • Push pin

This DIY is very self explanatory and wouldn’t take a 2nd grader long to figure out just by looking at it, but I’ll explain it anyway!

I decided I didn’t want to paint the entire tube just so it was easier to see the level of the spices. Instead I took painters tape at an angle to create a sharp line. Then I continued with my base color, let that dry, then added the grid lines.

Once all was dry I took the cap and the push pin, pushing holes in the top to create a salt shaker instead of a storage bottle.

Hope you enjoyed a look at my mini DIY. It’s just to hard to pass up a good deal at Hobby Lobby! What will you create? [themify_icon icon=”fa-heart-o” link=”http://”] Cassie Jean

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  • Jeannie
    January 12, 2017 at 11:30 am

    So sassy, I love them!