3 mason jar Valentine ideas you can make! Grab my free printable tags below and put together these gifts in minutes.
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There are a few things I truly love in life, you know other than my family and friends. I love glass jars, like really love glass jars. I use them for all kinds of crafts. We drink out of them, use them for parfaits and snacks, and I adore how they look holding little office supplies like paper clips and beads. I’m also a fan of glass jars because you can reuse them again and again, so when I give a mason jar gift I know that person will be able to reuse the jar in their own home. Even better when the jar was originally a sauce jar that I spruced up for a gift. So yes, I love glass jars which is why I’m sharing today’s post. It’s part of a monthly mason jar challenge where fellow jar lovers and I share mason jar projects to inspire you. This month our theme is Valentine’s Day! I have 3 simple mason jar Valentine ideas for you complete with punny printable tags. All you need are a few small glass jars, candy, and these printables.
I like this size of glass jar, it is 10 ounces and works great for a Valentine gift or to store small supplies in your craft room. When you give a gift in a jar like this your Valentine will definitely find a way to reuse it.
Everyone loves a good pun, right? And food puns are perfect for Valentine’s Day. I have 3 printable tags you can download and attach to a jar to make a mason jar Valentine.
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To assemble these mason jar Valentines, I filled each jar with a treat to match the card. Reese’s Pieces, Swedish Fish and popcorn. Then I used pretty bakers twine to attach the printed tags to each jar.
A mason jar Valentine like this is inexpensive, just a few dollars to put together, but it’s a wonderful way to show a friend you care. Leave one of these jars on your co-workers desk, or your child’s nightstand. The thought goes a long way toward making someone smile this Valentine’s Day.
Take a look at these other Valentine themed mason jar projects.
Conversation Heart Mason Jar from Weekend Craft • Sweet On You Valentine Treat Jar from Red Cottage Chronicles • Marbling With Acrylic Paints from Michelle James Designs • Gilded Valentine’s Day Mason Jar from Our Crafty Mom • Mason Jar Valentine Candy dish from Daily DIY Life • Mason Jar Valentine Ideas with Free Printables from Creative Ramblings
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