For the last couple of years, I’ve had a small glass pitcher in my kitchen for holding Kitchen Utensils. I painted it orange to match the kitchen, but the longer I used it, I just didn’t like it. The hole in the top wasn’t big enough to fit all that I wanted to, into it. So I headed out last week to find something new to use for a Kitchen Utensil Holder.
I couldn’t find exactly what I wanted, but found something that would work. This is the back of it.
This is the front. It was only $5, and I figured since it was the right size and shape that I could just keep it turned backwards and have the back be the front. And if I ever decide to use it for cookies, then I’ll just turn it around. 😉
I used Cricut Design Space to design what I wanted to put on the jar. While designing it, I couldn’t decide on what kind of font I wanted, so using my Cricut Explore, and my vinyl, I cut both and then chose one.
I went with the non italics/cursive font. Although, I love both of the fonts.
I measured to make sure I had my vinyl straight, and I applied it to the jar.
Once I pulled of the transfer tape, I made sure the vinyl was all on there smoothly.
Filled it up with my Utensils and I put it in it’s place on the kitchen counter.
I love this project, because once I decided what font I wanted and had the vinyl cut out, it really only took me about 5 minutes to do.Linking up to some of these parties.