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Make Mrs. Patmore's canisters from Downton Abbey
If you miss the show, why not have a little reminder in your kitchen? Make these Mrs. Patmore canisters with Chalky Finish Paint for Glass so they're dishwasher safe.

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  • How to make a jar. Mrs. Patmore's Canisters Diy - Step 1
    Step 1

    1. Trace the rim of your container on the plywood and cut it out with a jigsaw
    2. Sand the edges with a sanding block or a sander
    3. Trace a smaller circle (one that fits inside the mouth of the container) This will secure the lid so that it doesn’t slip off.
    4. Cut it out and sand it like you did the first lid

  • How to make a jar. Mrs. Patmore's Canisters Diy - Step 2
    Step 2

    5. Using E-6000, glue the smaller circle to the underside of the larger circle
    6. Glue the knob to the center of the larger wood circle and let them dry for about an hour before you start painting them
    7. Paint them with the Americana Chalky Finish Paint for Glass
    8. When dry, tie a 14″ piece of ribbon around the knob.

  • How to make a jar. Mrs. Patmore's Canisters Diy - Step 3
    Step 3

    9. Cut out an oval about 3 1/2″ wide
    10. Trace it on some contact paper and cut out
    11. Apply it to the container and then fill in with the Americana Chalky Finish Paint for Glass

  • How to make a jar. Mrs. Patmore's Canisters Diy - Step 4
    Step 4

    12. Remove the contact paper and place your accent stencils on each side of the painted oval
    13. Fill in with paint and let dry and then remove the stencils
    14. Bake the containers at 325? for 30 minutes, let cool and bake again. This will make them dishwasher safe

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