Belinda agreed, so off to my least favorite store in the world, that has the low low prices but the worst customer service...(I'm pretty sure you can guess). They had their version of Ball Mason jars for about $7 a dozen so I opted for them instead of the more expensive Ball Mason Jars.
The Rot method uses glue on the outside of the jar to give it a muddled frosted effect but the frosted glass spray (about $5) seemed like less work and because we're doing about 36 or more of these less work sounded good. A can of the spray easily did 12 jars with some left over.
|Frosted Glass Spray and 12 jars about $12 with the tax. Pretty cheap so far!|
|Splatter the black paint, no artistic talent required. My kind of project!|
|Added a plastic spider for fun but I need to glue his legs down.|