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Mason Jar Gifts: Easy Handmade Magnets

This is one of the easiest mason jar gifts you can make’ll ever have! This jar file contains hand-made magnets to set the minutes. Simple and sweet!
Are you looking for a quick hostess gift idea? I’m all about handmade gifts for these situations! If you are, I have something REALLY simple, quick and budget-friendly for you. DIY magnets in a mason jar!
If I tell you, this project is cheap and super easy, I’m not even a joke. But the best part is that it’s not looking for cheap. In fact, I think it looks great, don’t you? You can of course adjust with the papers of your choice, only for the recipient. Here’s how you do it.
Mason Jar gifts: Easy handmade magnets
Collect These Supplies

Podgeable glass domes
Mod hodgepodge gloss
Small mason jar – 4 oz.
scraps of Paper in six patterns – and a piece for the mason jar lid
craft magnets – 6
Scisssors
pencil
craft glue
brush

This small Podgeable glass domes are the secret for my project! You can use them online or at Michaels (which is where I got mine). Yes, they are made of real glass and pretty awesome.
the location of the domes on the scrap piece of paper and draw with a pen or pencil. I draw with a pencil so I can erase the pencil lines if necessary.
you can Cut the paper just inside the lines.
place a medium layer of Mod smorgasbord on the top of the scrapbook paper (to cover the whole thing) . . .
. . . then you put the dome down and press/smooth. If Mod smorgasbord comes from the sides, wipe it away with the brush. The decoupage could look like medium, a little cloudy, but it’s dried in order – it is clear.
Repeat with all of your glass domes and let them dry for a few hours.
While you wait, bust out of your mason jar. I LOVE, LOVE these little quilted jelly jars in the 4 oz. Size. And you can customize your magnets perfectly!
All you’re going to do, make a paper insert for the cover. Just trace it, cut it and paste it into the cover ring with the pattern up to the top, and put the lid place as well. You can if you want; I never do, and he stays there quite well.
Now go back to the domes. Stick a magnet on the back of each. Let this dry.
Place your magnet in the pot. You’re ready to gift.
these magnets Are so much fun? I absolutely love them!
do you know a Hostess, the some mason jar gifts, like these magnets? I . . . and you’ll be receiving!
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