Time is running out and it's time to start scrambling for last minute gifts!
Don't know what to get for a co-worker's child? Maybe for your friend's little sister?
Can't think of little presents to give to all the guests at your Christmas celebration?
I have just the ideas you need for all of your last-minute gifts and favors!
The solution? GIFTS IN A JAR!
These are simple to make and you can put anything in them! Not to mention, the container is pretty cute and useful, so that won't go to waste like a flimsy gift box.
I have three examples of what you can do. For the first jar, which was just a small 4 oz. jelly jar, I punched gift tags out of different colors of cardstock, pre-decorated a few of them and included doodle twine in a variety of colors as well.
I had younger children in mind for the next jar. I chose a 16 oz. jar to old larger items because I wanted to include pipe cleaners of different colors and large, fluffy pom poms. Add in some colorful yarn, feathers and googly eyes and you've got a kit to make your own little monsters! You can even pre-make a critter for inspiration if you'd like. All they need is adult supervision and a glue gun, or some really strong kid-safe glue like
The next one is for those fairy garden lovers out there! I pretty much just included a bunch of random wooden pieces such as spools, tiny knobs and candlestick holders and a few natural textures like rocks, small pinecones and moss. A small plant like this cute soft green succulent would also be a great accent and would add a lot of height to the fairy garden. Also, some jute cord and a wooden or kraft paper tag would be a great touch for the outside of the jar. Don't forget your little fairy! Here, I included a small Christmas fairy. How cute is she?
There you have it! The possibilities are endless! You could have a snowman kit with large white pom poms, clay carrot noses, black beads and brown pipe cleaners! How about a New Year's celebration kit with supplies to make a paper hat that says 2017? It could even include a small container of confetti and a noisemaker! Whatever you make, don't forget to include holiday spirit!
Erika @ PC