DIY Fingernail Polish Remover Favors

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This is a really easy and fairly inexpensive do-it-yourself project that can be used for party favors. I made them for a teen’s birthday, but it can also be given at bridal showers, baby showers and even a bat mitzvah. I found inspiration for this on Pinterest, but my project is different in that I used recycled baby food jars. When my daughter was a baby, I cleaned and stored all of her little jars and over the years I have found so many uses for them.

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DIY Nail Polish Remover Favors
Recipe Type: craft
Author: Sarah Johnson
Ingredients
  • baby food jars and lids, clean and dry
  • regular cleaning sponges (they are usually sold in packs of two and will run you about a dollar)
  • fingernail polish remover
Instructions
  1. First measure how tall your jar is, you can just hold the sponge up to the jar lengthwise to get a good estimate.
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  3. Then cut the sponge along the top.
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  5. Cut the large piece of sponge remaining into 1 inch pieces. (you will get about 5 pieces depending on how big your sponge is).
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  7. Next insert three of the sponge pieces into the jar like you see in the picture above.
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  9. Then slowly fill the jar with fingernail polish remover. Don’t fill it to the top, stop at about where the glass curve meets the screw top.
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  11. Now you have an easy to use twist and scrub nail polish remover jar. It’s that easy. I used Evermine’s [url href=”https://www.evermine.com/labels/preview/SPMO37-35/” target=”_blank”]Morocco style labels[/url] to add a personalized touch, and wrapped a fun little strand of yarn around the top of each one.

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Sarah (31 Posts)
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Sarah is a print press operator here at Evermine. She helps out in the cutting department, and her favorite thing to do at work is tend the garden. She was born in St. Louis Missouri, raised in Northern California, and moved to the Northwest about 10 years ago. She has two children of her own and one step son. In her spare time Sarah likes to cook creative meals for her family and shop for bargains.


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