Upcycled DIY Spice jars
Who wouldn't want their kitchen to be tidy and ideally also sustainable? Today, we’re going to show you how to keep your spice collection tidy and store everything sustainably with an upcycling project. Use the Lumocolor chalk marker to beautifully label or paint your storage jars. The great thing is: Once they're empty, you can simply wash off your lettering, rinse and re-label the glass – it doesn't get any more sustainable than this.
Print out the template. First shade the back of the lettering template with a soft pencil.
Now place the template with the front side on the blackboard foil or on the self-adhesive chalk paper and write down whichever words you need from the template with the pencil. The harder you press, the clearer the result.
Place the labels in the middle of the ceramic pot and press them down firmly.
Done! Now you can put herbs, spices or other food in the jars and place them in your kitchen.
What you need
|Lumocolor® chalk marker 344 Chalk marker with bullet tip - Single product white||344-0||1|
|Noris® 965 Hobby scissors - Blistercard containing scissors with 14 cm blade||965 14 NBK||1|
|Noris® 120 Graphite pencil - Single product HB||120-2||1|
Templates, Empty ceramic containers or jars with lid, Blackboard foil or self-adhesive chalk paper
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