Altered Cookie/Candy Jars

Altered Cookie/Candy Jars by @serena_bee #tombowusa

Hello Tombow fans, Serena from @SerenaBeeCreative here! This week is inspired by the Design Team’s favorite desserts! It was a little tricky for me to pick just one because I LOVE desserts and have a pretty big sweet tooth. I decided to alter cookie/candy jars.

Let’s take a look at what you will need to alter your own cookie/candy jars!

Altered Cookie/Candy Jars by @serena_bee #tombowusa


To begin, clean off your cookie/candy jars with water and soap and let dry.

Select a Dual Brush Pen color that you would like to use to tint your jars. Darker colors work best for this project. I’m using Dual Brush Pen colors 636 (purple) and 815 (pink).

Altered Cookie/Candy Jars by @serena_bee #tombowusa

Using the Blending Palette, scribble your Dual Brush Pen color on the palette and pour out a generous amount of MONO Aqua Liquid Glue.

Using a paint brush, mix your MONO Aqua Liquid Glue and Dual Brush Pen color together.

Altered Cookie/Candy Jars by @serena_bee #tombowusa

Once your color is evenly blended, it’s time to apply the color mix to your jar. Make sure you apply an even coat all around your jar in the same direction to avoid streaky lines.

Altered Cookie/Candy Jars by @serena_bee #tombowusa

Once your jar is fully covered, set it aside to dry.

You’re all done! This is such a fun way to give new life to old cookie/candy jars you might have lying around.

Altered Cookie/Candy Jars by @serena_bee #tombowusa

I’m using my jars to store vintage buttons and some of my favorite washi tapes! How would you use your altered cookie/candy jars? Don’t forget to tag @serenabeecreative and @tombowusa.

For more altered jar projects check out the following posts:

If you’d like to see more from me, check out my Youtube channel or join my Crafty Rebelles Community!

Much love,

Serena Bee

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