The use of Ball jars for DIY and decor has been very popular for a few years. Years ago, when I was first married, I used canning jars for drinking glasses, since we didn't have any. And now my daughter uses them that way.
There are a lot of projects on the site for today's IC featuring Ball jars, I think there is one in the thumbnails actually. This is also for this past Wednesday's watercolor challenge. This was my only attempt; I wish I had left room for one more type of flower....do you think I could still add some? I used wax flowers, which I've never heard of, and snap dragons. I think my jar looks like one of those plastic cooler jugs that you turn upside down. I painted the flowers a bit too low and I couldn't get much detail on the neck of the jar. But I like the painting of it.
Date: Saturday, March 27, 2021 GMT Views: 481
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Sat, Mar 27, 2021 @ 11:53 AM
What a gorgeous painting!! I love it and I know whoever gets this will love it too!
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Sat, Mar 27, 2021 @ 1:14 PM
I love your ball jar and your flowers look great. Snapdragons are one plant I have never tried. I saw some at Lowe's a week ago but didn't get them. A little too early for planting but by April 15th I'll be good to go. Can't wait. If you add more flowers, be careful. KWIM?
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