VIDEO: DIY Marbled Jars // Home Decor

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Hello everyone! It is time for another video on my YouTube channel! Today I am featuring a how-to on a fun DIY home decor project. So here's what you'll need!


You will need a jar or vase, nail polish, warm water, paper towels, a toothpick, and a disposable container. I would avoid nail polishes that have special finishes such as glitter, shattered, or those matte finish polishes.


These are how they turned out! Now since you can't really see them that well without anything in the jar, I decided to add things to make it easier.


Now that you can see the marbled pattern that I achieved on these I'll tell you how I did it! First you will want to fill your disposable container with luke-warm water. Don't fill it all the way up, but to the level that you want your jar to be covered. 


Then, while the water is still warm pour your nail polish (or polishes) in to the water. You can pour less or more depending on what look you want. Move quickly now to make sure your nail polish does not clump. If you see clumping (for an example, tune in to my video below) do not dunk your jar in. 


Every time you want to do a new color or dunk a new jar, I recommend resetting the water. This will ensure that your water is the correct temperature and you will get a better marbled look. 


You'll want to let these completely dry and if you're looking to use the jar for a drink you will need to add a sealant. Always hand wash. If you have any questions I'll be happy to answer them! Thank you so much for stopping by and enjoy the video below!

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