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Let's go painting! Make a mess, but no need to wash and clean all the paint containers, simply put lids on the paint jars and store for next time.

Offered here is a Paint Holder with three 2 oz glass jars with metal lids (lids are lined - kind of like a mason jar lid). The wood piece measures 8 1/2" long x 3" wide and is made of Cherry with a natural, homemade beeswax finish.

Wet-on-wet watercolor painting is a huge part of Waldorf art instruction...although, any kind of paint can be used and stored in these paint jars. This holder and jars can be used to hold all sorts of things, like, spices, jewelry, craft supplies, etc.

As with most any wood product, it likes to be fed and nurtured! If your wood holder becomes dry looking - Please see our natural, homemade beeswax finish, "Wood Mojo" OR you can make your own beeswax finish.

Please note:
Take a look at our etsy shop, as we also offer larger paint jar holders (16 3/4" long x 3" wide with six 2 oz glass jars and lids) and painting boards (small and large).

We also make 3 and 6 jar holders in a 4oz size. Please contact if interested.

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Paint Jar Holder - made of Cherry for watercolor or acrylic paints - Holds three 2 oz glass jars with metal lids


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cherry wood, natural beeswax finish, glass jars, metal lids
  • Made to order
  • Only ships within United States.
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