Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Five minutes a hostess gift in a Mason Jar

You use items from the dollar/budget bins, you will create a unique and colorful hostess gift for a crafty friend. You can use these together in a matter of minutes!
would love As a part of a new Michaels makers challenge, I was tasked with creating a simple hostess gift idea, the recipient. Because I canonly to hostesses in my life, to be inspired by the fabulous gifts, I decided to do a “clever and colorful” themed mason jar gift for a good friend of mine.br>These words “clever and colorful” to completely describe, so I know you’s going to love this hostess gift!
This glass combines some of my favorite elements – both clever and colorful – all of the Michaels dollar-bins at my local store.
I know, I said “my favorite” terms, and this is for someone else, but my friend and I have similar tastes, so I think you’s going to enjoy this. Here’s how I did it!
Mason Jar hostess gift
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Mason jar – 64 oz.stuff your mason jar – socks, gloves, sewing kit, pins, baker’s yarn, buttons and other items
embellishment for the top (I have a matryoshka ornament)
scrap, paper lid
Washi tape
pencil or marker

they Begin with their very large Mason jar. Here’s what I love about using mason jars as a gift-holder – they can be used again!
Select your items-stick in the mason jar – go with items to coordinate. Remove the tags; presentation is the key, of course.
My theme was colorful and creative. I took the colorful elements, such as socks, gloves, and a pen . . . and crafty items such as baker’s twine, buttons and a sewing kit.
you can personalize all of the items that you can. For example, I have glitter letters added to the front of the sewing kit.
Layer-elements in the glass, so that looks like everything.
Set the inside of the cover on the back of a piece of paper and draw with a marker or pen. Cut.
you Place the paper in the lid and screw on the lid – add an ornament or other decoration on the top with washi tape!
This creative and colorful hostess gift is one of my favorites – and so easy together! What do you think?
For more fun handmade gifts like these three you can visit my post "hostess gift ideas, invited to receive them again." And if you are interested in more gift ideas in a jar, check out these articles:

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