Hi there! Hope all is well. I told you the other day I was in Valentine crafting mode already. Apparently a lot of you want to see it early. I did a survey on my facebook page and gave y’all a choice of things I could share. This is what you wanted, and this is what you get!
Today, I am sharing easy diy Valentine salt and pepper shakers. Over the Christmas season when I made those cute little Snowmen salt and pepper shakers little did I know they would be such a hit. I had several people even make their own edition of them. Considering, I am in the Dollar tree just about every other day I picked up another two pack for a buck and figured I would whip up some easy Valentine salt and pepper shakers.
I apologize in advance but I sort of stopped mid way snapping photos of the project.
Believe me, verbally telling you most of it should not be difficult to follow.
First, I painted the salt and pepper shakers with two coats of chalky paint. I told you a while back you can now find that paint at Michael’s, Home depot and a reader just told me Hobby lobby carries it now. Cool, you can use your coupon and get it even cheaper! They have a lot of pretty colors to choose from. I went with this pretty purple you see called remembrance. It’s such a pretty shade of lavender.
After I gave them two coats of chalky paint, I let them completely dry and added these pretty sparkly dollar tree stickers. They come in a big pack with a variety of hearts and different sizes. Dollar tree is already getting in their Valentine’s decor so I would act fast to grab some up.
The cute little heart beads are actually necklaces sold at the dollar tree in a pack. Quite a few come in a pack so you will see these in the future scattered about.
I snipped them to wrap around the neck of the salt and pepper shakers.
I would say these are my Bohemian salt and pepper shakers. They look pretty mod!
I think per season I will make salt and pepper shakers. In fact, I know I will.
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More to come soon. Hope you like and make your own easy diy Valentine salt and pepper shakers.
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