“BOO!!” Apothecary Jars

When we saw the fall apothecary jars over at Shanty 2 Chic , we were inspired to create our own! Our Boo Apothecary Jars turned out just too cute!
We love the traditional colors and prints of halloween, so the black and white gingham ribbons were simply the right touch! The pop of color from the candy corns ( a favorite of one of us!!) just really sets off our “BOO” letters. There are so many possibilities with these….filled with fall items,Thanksgiving dinner table, Christmas with peppermints, even New Year’s!! Hmmm…you might just see another post or two with these in it throughout the holidays…and the next year!!

{UPDATE!} You can also check out our “JOY” Apothecary Jars and “Give Thanks” Apothecary Jars for other seasonal options!

 

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Comments

  1. these are so so cute! i love how you can switch them out one season at a time – darling!

    Lanni

  2. How cute! I made the same jars, the idea of changing the letters is great! :)

  3. I love those jars too. The candy corns are perfect for a little halloween decor. Great idea to switch out the letters by hanging them with ribbon. I think i need some of these.

  4. Love the jars. Very pretty display. Thanks for sharing.

  5. These are too stinkin cute! I love the colors and the versatility of changing the color and theme!
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

  6. I love the way this looks!!!

  7. Just perfect for Halloween !

  8. it would be very dangerous for me to have that much candy corn sitting around–i have a slight addiction..well maybe more than slight. this is an adorable project…so clever and very festive! popping in from TT and Jello.

  9. Those are adorable! I’m not a candy corn fan, but they sure do make a cute decoration in those jars!

  10. Love those jars! What a clever idea! I am a new follower of your blog. Saw you on Before and After at Trendy Treehouse.

  11. This turned out so WONDERFUL!! This is fo sho going on my to do list!!

    love your guts
    mandi

  12. love this!!! Found you at Frou Frou Decor!
    -Kat

  13. These are adorable! I love the bright color that the candy corn brings. Visiting from Tatertots and Jello.

  14. This is sooooo cute! Simple but adorable :D

  15. Ewww….I LOVE these!!!

  16. Oh my gracious! These are absolutely precious! Very, very cute!!

  17. So cute, thanks for sharing. I love that the letters aren’t permanent, so you can switch them for different holidays and themes!

  18. Those are VERY cute! I love the black with the candy corns! Perfect for Halloween.

    Thanks for linking up to Show and Tell Saturday!

  19. Oh how neat! I love the bright colors against the black!

    Stopping by from Show and Tell Saturday!

  20. Very cute, the gingham ribbons really makes it pop!

  21. So cute, I seriously think I need to make these! :)

  22. These R so cute. But, as much as I love candy corn, I don’t think this would work for me. I’d have a sugar hangover until they were gone.

  23. PERFECT! I love these!!!

  24. These are adorable! LOVE them. (and candy corn is one of my addictions.. YUM)

  25. I LOVE these …I have to copy this idea!! Candy corn is my fall weakness!!

  26. What a great idea! Can you imagine JOY at Christmas filled with peppermint? I will file this away to use later too! jules

  27. Yours turned out great!!!!!

  28. Oh my gosh! Those are SO cute! What a great idea! LOVE them — wonderful job! :)

  29. THESE ARE JUST SO DARN CUTE. I adore them. Love the added bows too. Also, if you wouldn’t mind linking to craftomaniac to your post here, I would appreciate it. If you have already then I apologize. Thanks, have a great day. Jen

  30. looove it! those jars are FAB! where did you find them?

  31. Those are super cute! Love the candy corn in them!

  32. OH love how yours turned out, I’ve got to make some of these for myself!

  33. Adorable! Love them!

  34. Did I leave a comment? I can’t remember! ANyway, my viewers are loving your candy corn apothacary jars! Hopefully that will show in your traffic! Grab my “featured” button.

  35. What a great job, I love them! Im your newest follower come by for a visit when you have time.
    Xo
    Michelle

  36. So cute! I like yours better than the inspiration ones.

  37. Thanks guys for all of the kind words. We got most of our supplies from good old Hobby Lobby. Laurie… that is where the letters came from, too! Thanks!

  38. I forgot to add that the letters are just the small wooden ones from HL.

  39. Love the way these turned out. Where did you find the cute metal letters?

  40. These are too cute! I want some! They look fantastic, awesome job!

    Krista

  41. Oh I love these!!!
    New follower from FF. Have a great weekend
    ~Crystal

  42. These are totally adorable! I wish I had a hobby lobby near me. Will be on the look out for similar supplies. Thanks for the comment!!

    Krista
    craftinginthecloset.blogspot.com

  43. Where did you find the bottom circles? I love these!

  44. New reader. Linked from She’s Kinda Crafty. LOVE this!!!!!!!!!

  45. Where did you get these jars?

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  47. What type of paint did you use?

  48. I, too love these jars!!! So creative with the lettering!!! I’m your newest follower and would love for you to come visit and follow me, too!!!

    Aimee @ ItsOverflowing

  49. I, too love these jars!!! So creative with the lettering!!! I’m your newest follower and would love for you to come visit and follow me, too!!!

    Aimee @ ItsOverflowing

  50. Just curious to know why you refer to them as “apothecary”? I thought apothecary was the old fashioned name for a pharmacist but I see a lot of glass objects everywhere named apothecary. Thnaks for any feedback

  51. Found you on pinterest– love the versatility of these jars!

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  52. I made this design using glass candle holders glued to jars with glass glue and to the lids i glued black crows, a fall ribbon and the letters say fall with the 2 “l”s on 1 jar. I love this so much i plan on doing a Christmas design. Thanks for the great idea!!!

  53. Soooo cute!! Where did you get the lids for these at?

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