This Fake Popcorn Kernel Money Jar Stash Safe Project is hidden in plain sight place for emergency cash all while disguised as food storage counter top canister.
Stashing money away for safekeeping normally involves either spending a lot of money on a commercially made safe and concealing somewhere or put it under your mattress. The obvious downside with the safe is not really that hard to figure out, but hiding your money under the mattress is so out date.
The author of the article and Do it Yourself project came up with a really good solution for anyone looking for a way to stash some emergency cash. The project includes a detailed description of everything that you will need and it also includes a complete, easy to read and follow a set of procedures that are really easy for everyone to follow.
All of the information that in the article is presented in a way that makes it really easy for everyone
Materials and Tools:
1 empty water bottle
1 jar with a wide top opening
1 pen marker
* * * Benefits of reading the DIY Project: How to make a disguised personal safe from a popcorn kernel jar
Discover a unique way to hide cash in plain sight without fear of someone finding it and take it from you
The project includes a complete list of all of the necessary materials, supplies, and tools that you will need to have on hand to get started
The project also includes a complete, easy to read and follow step by step instructional guide that covers everything from start to finish
The project also includes numerous full-color pictures that help to provide a good visual reference for the project
This DIY project was designed to introduce homesteading readers to a unique way to make an inexpensive personal safe.
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