First-aid in the Jar
This one is all about adding a few additional room and organisation to your bathroom! As we can never have sufficient ways to stash things in the bathroom. Cotton balls, Q-Tips, bandages, extra toothbrushes, antibiotic ointment – everything must have a personal place. This idea is one of those swift, easy and enjoyable ideas that will ease up your medicine cupboard or supply you a charming little jar to ease up on a shelf. Plus, how charming would this be packed with the first-aid repository as a housewarming presents or to carry off to the hostel with the first-time college student? Yupe. Cute, I agree!
Large glass jar with lid
Small paint brush
Are you ready? It’s pretty easy actually! Start by completely wiping the outside of your jar neatly and letting it air-dry thoroughly. Next, apply the masking tape to guide out a stencil of a first aid incited cross, straight on the jar. You can trace out the cross with the help of print out if you want it to be neat and precise.
Now it’s time to paint! Regular paint will do, but of course, you can use glass paint, too. Stroke the coats of paint until you reach the aspired opacity, then tenderly lift up the tape. Don’t worry if you don’t get perfect edges to your red cross, after all, it is handpainted! These little imperfections are perfect!
Let the jar air-dry before you stack it up with your first aid supplies. You can decorate it as much as you desire as it is solely up to you.