My Mason Jar Collection
Here’s what you need for the project:
drill with the flat head bit or flathead screwdriver.
tightened hose clamp. Also mark where the extra hose clamp slack starts. Remove
the hose clamps. Use snips or some other safe cutting tool clip the ends of the
right look for you.
them up with the top edge of the wood to make sure they’re even.
mark the center of each half.
pilot hole. You may need to use the flat head screwdriver to nudge the slot
open a bit more. Screw the hose clamps
into the wood with the wood screw using the drill with a Phillips Head bit.
and tighten the hose clamps with a flathead screwdriver.
the bathroom kitchen or makeup table.
Let your creativity be your guide!
Let’s get started:
Now, where to hang my organizer?
What to put in the jars?