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Say goodbye bland, boring, uninteresting storage containers thanks to Jessica Hord's latest DIY. She's turned ordinary jars into beautiful household centerpieces - and thanks to her, you can too! Just follow the instructions below - oh, and don't forget to follow Jessica's Facebook Page as well.

You'll Need:

-- Different colors of glossy spray paint

-- Jars with lids

-- Plastic animals

-- Gel super glue

Instructions:

1. Spray paint the lid and animal with the same color of paint. Let it dry.

2. Super glue the animal to the lid and let that dry. You're done!

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