Hello! I hope your weekend weather was as beautiful as ours was. I wanted to share a quick DIY today, that is so beyond easy it’s ridiculous. Awhile back, I had purchased a set of small mason jars with the intent of turning them into salt and pepper shakers. I only needed 2 jars, but they’re usually sold in sets of four. Because this is so easy, you could make a set for yourself and a set for a friend.
The jars came with the metal lids, so I asked my husband to drill a few small holes in them for me. He obviously used a very small drill bit for this. We put a few more holes in the salt than in the pepper.
I had a little fun styling them on my rustic 3-tiered tray, which I purchased from Decor Steals. My entire house is a construction zone right now, so I can’t really do much more decorating that this until things are back to normal. Aren’t the carnations sweet in the top tier?
The lace trimmed napkins on the bottom tier are from Pier1. They are really beautiful in person. If you don’t want to make these salt and pepper shakers yourself, you can find them inexpensive enough in stores. The mason jars below are cute with the carrying handles.
World Market also has these blue mason jar salt and pepper shakers.
What do you think, buy or DIY?
I’ll see you back here Thursday with another update on my One Room Challenge kitchen progress.
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