25 Mason Jar Easter Crafts For Gifts, Home Decor, And More

Contents
  1. 25 Mason Jar Easter Crafts For Gifts, Home Decor, And More
  2. 1. Bird’s Nest Cupcakes
  3. 2. Easy Mason Jar Spring Centerpiece
  4. 3. Easter Bunny Jar Treat
  5. 4. Bunny Munch Jars
  6. 5. Carrot Inspired Mason Jar Décor
  7. 6. Carrot Mason Jar Centerpiece
  8. 7. DIY Bunny Jars
  9. 8. Spring Mason Jar Vase
  10. 9. Easter Bunny Jar Cupcakes
  11. 10. Easter Bunny Granola
  12. 11. Easter Drinking Jars
  13. 12. Easter M&M Cookie Jar Mix
  14. 13. Mason Jar Label Printables
  15. 14. Spray Painted Mason Jar Planters
  16. 15. Easter Muddy Buddy Mix In A Jar
  17. 16. Fluffy Bunny Tails Jar
  18. 17. Mason Jar Easter Chick
  19. 18. Painted Bunny Mason Jars
  20. 19. Polka Dot Mason Jar
  21. 20. Speckled Egg Painted Jars
  22. 21. Painted Mason Jar Succulent Planters
  23. 22. Bunny Bait Jars
  24. 23. DIY Easter Mantel Decoration
  25. 24. Easter Tree Planter
  26. 25. Bunny Jar Toppers
  27. Related Content
  28. Spring Mason Jar Vases
  29. 25 Craftsy Mason Jar Gift Ideas for Loved Ones
  30. 1. DIY Mason Jar Snow Globes
  31. 2. DIY Pick Me Up Jars
  32. 3. DIY Mason Jar Cocktail Gifts
  33. 4. DIY Peppermint Mason Jar Candles
  34. 5. Coffee Lovers Gift in a Jar
  35. 6. Pressed Herb Mason Jar Candles
  36. 7. Best Teacher Christmas Gift
  37. 8. DIY Christmas Mason Jar Terrariums
  38. 9. Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix in a Jar
  39. 10. DIY Gift for Those Who Love to Bake
  40. 11. Lucky Charms Marshmallow Jar Gift
  41. 12. Peppermint Pampering Gifts in a Jar
  42. 13. DIY Spa in a Jar
  43. 14. Mason Jar Pin Cushion
  44. 15. Double Mason Jar Gift Card & Candy Holder
  45. 16. Printable Christmas Labels for Your Mason Jar Gifts
  46. 17. Ice Skating Date in a Jar
  47. 18. Christmas Tree Mason Jar Votive
  48. 19. Snow Covered Mason Jar Lantern
  49. 20. Christmas Sweater Mason Jars
  50. 21. Santa Belt Mason Jars
  51. 22. Rock Painting Kit in a Jar
  52. 23. Bride Emergency Kit in a Jar
  53. 24. DIY Sugar Scrub Cubes
  54. 25. Spa Pedicure Gift in a Jar
  55. Conclusion
  56. Mason Jar Easter Crafts!
  57. Easter Tree Planter
  58. Bunny Jar Toppers
  59. DIY Easter Mantel Decoration
  60. Bunny Bait Jars
  61. Speckled Egg Painted Jars
  62. Easter Chick
  63. Easter Muddy Buddy Mix
  64. Spray Painted Mason Jar Planters
  65. Bird’s Nest Cupcakes
  66. Easy Mason Jar Spring Centerpiece
  67. Easter Bunny Jar Treat
  68. Bunny Munch Jars
  69. Carrot Mason Jar Centerpiece
  70. Spring Mason Jar Vase
  71. Easter Bunny Jar Cupcakes
  72. Easter Bunny Granola
  73. Easter M&M Cookie Jar Mix

25 Mason Jar Easter Crafts For Gifts, Home Decor, And More

25 Mason Jar Easter Crafts For Gifts, Home Decor, And More

Easter is just around the corner, hopping it’s way to us very soon. In celebration of the upcoming holiday, I’ve found 25 wonderful ways that you can incorporate mason jars into your Easter decorating. Mason jars can be used for everything from vases and candle holders to actual Easter baskets, and I love using them for my decorating.

Many of these DIY Easter craft ideas involve candy – we love candy, though don’t we? They’re great for giving as gifts to teachers or family members, or adding to the Easter baskets that you are making yourself.

I pretty much love anything that involves candy, especially chocolate and there are many craft ideas in this collection that use chocolate candies and many that you make yourself. There are even cookies in a jar and cupcakes that you bake right there in your mason jar.

So many ideas, these 30 mason jar organizers. You can literally use mason jars for anything!

Whether you need a centerpiece for your Easter dinner table, or something to brighten up the console table, there is surely something in here that you will want to make.

There are a few painted jar vases and but if you want to collect decorating projects check out our 80 Easter decorating projects. So whatever decorating or gift giving needs you have to fill, there is definitely a craft in this collection that will fit the bill.

Plus, all of these projects are so very easy. You have plenty of time to make them all before Easter.

From Easter trees and succulent planters to scrumptious mason jar baked cupcakes and loads of ways to store and display candy, this collection is the ultimate in mason jar Easter craft ideas. You know how much I love using mason jars for everything.

They’re so very versatile and can be reused over and over again. If you’ve been wondering about how you can repurpose mason jars for Easter decorating – wonder no more.

I’ve found the most amazing collection of DIY mason jar Easter crafts and I’m sure you’re going to love them all!

1. Bird’s Nest Cupcakes

These little bird’s nest cupcakes are perfectly sized in mason jars and so delicious.

They contain white cake, lemon curd, apricot and pineapple preserves and a delicious cream cheese topping with toasted coconut. They’re perfect for Easter Dinner desserts or anytime you want something light and yummy.

They’re also the perfect way to use up some of those mason jars you’ve got on hand – the smaller jelly sized jars, that is.

Tutorial: atthepicketfence

2. Easy Mason Jar Spring Centerpiece

I love using mason jars as vases – did I mention that already? Anyway, take some paper doilies and twine to dress up those mason jars and then just add some bright and colorful daffodils or tulips and you have the perfect spring centerpiece. These are so very easy and you could use jars in whatever size you have available. I love the idea of using the larger jars for these. Just wrap the twine around the doily to keep it in place and you’re all done.

Tutorial: yellowblissroad

3. Easter Bunny Jar Treat

I love this bunny jar idea as a gift for a favorite teacher. You just take a mason jar, fill with mini marshmallows or whatever Easter candy you want, add some rabbit ears and you have the perfect treat gift.

You can find bunny ears headbands at most Dollar Tree stores right now for $1 each. Just cut away the headband part and you’ve got the ears which you can glue onto the jar lid.

Tie up with some pretty ribbon or tulle and you’re all set.

Tutorial: icingdesignsonline

4. Bunny Munch Jars

These little bunny munch jars are also really cute and filled with yummy snacks. The bunny munch is made of white chocolate popcorn or kettle corn and mini marshmallows.

Once you have your munch ready, decorate your jars with this cute bunny printable and add some ribbon or other decorations.

These would make wonderful gifts for teachers, hostesses, or anyone that you need a little treat for.

Tutorial: icingdesignsonline

5. Carrot Inspired Mason Jar Décor

These adorable carrot inspired mason jars are the easiest way for you to use those mason jars in décor, and you can keep these out all spring and even into summer. Just paint your mason jar orange and paint the lid green.

It’s so easy and makes such a wonderful jar for anything. Remove the center ring of the lid and use it as a vase or use it to store your Easter candy.

Whatever you do with it, it’s going to be a beautiful addition to your Easter decorating.

Tutorial: snapcreativity

6. Carrot Mason Jar Centerpiece

This is such a beautiful centerpiece and such a simple idea. Just fill about six different mason jars with carrots and add some lovely spring flowers daffodils and tulips. Then put them all in a wire crate. What a gorgeous display for your Easter dinner table! I love the simplicity of this and how just a few steps and a few minutes give you the perfect spring decoration.

Tutorial: kaleidoscopeofcolors

7. DIY Bunny Jars

This is another great take on a DIY Easter Bunny jar made with a mason jar and just a few other supplies. You’ll paint the jar white, leaving a clear hole somewhere toward the bottom so that you can see the candies inside.

The ears can be made with felt and the tail is just a huge cotton ball or a pompom, which is really easy to make. Fill with jelly beans or robin eggs for a really colorful look and tie wire around the lid for the “whiskers”.

Tutorial: craft-o-maniac

8. Spring Mason Jar Vase

I use mason jars for vases all the time. I love the entire look of a mason jar, whether it’s decorated or plain. These DIY spring vases are made from mason jars that you decorate with floral fabric and a bit of Mod Podge.

They’re perfect for displaying those spring flowers and even giving as gifts. Or, decorate the lids, too and use these to store your Easter candies.

If you don’t have fabric on hand, you could also use decorative washi tape or even scrapbook paper to create the designs.

Tutorial: dwellinginhappiness

9. Easter Bunny Jar Cupcakes

For these adorable little cupcakes, you’ll need those smaller mason jars – the jelly sized ones.

You just bake your cupcakes in the jars – this is a great way to keep them moist – and then when they’re cool, decorate with homemade or store bought icing.

Add sprinkles and even a tiny little chocolate bunny to the top for decoration. These would make the perfect Easter dinner dessert cupcakes, and they’re perfect for little ones.

Tutorial: bubblynaturecreations

10. Easter Bunny Granola

This yummy granola can be made quickly and when you store it in this bunny mason jar, it’s the perfect companion for Easter breakfast.

To decorate the jar, you’ll need googly eyes, a pink pompom for the nose, something for the whiskers and a few other supplies. The granola has oats, chocolate chips, and bunny shaped marshmallows, among other ingredients.

This is a great way to get kids to enjoy a snack that’s healthier than chips or plain candy.

Tutorial: yesterdayontuesday

11. Easter Drinking Jars

Drinking from mason jars is a country thing. Here in the south, half of our drinking glasses are mason jars. This is why I love these Easter drinking jars made with mason jars.

They have straws and tops so they’re perfect for younger ones and great drinking glasses if you are planning an Easter party. You use cupcake liners for the tops and just stick a straw in.

Well, there are a few more steps, but you get the idea.

Tutorial: uncommondesignsonline

Have you ever done cookies in a jar? I love the thought of giving these as gifts and while you normally see them around Christmas, they’re so great you should be doing them all year long.

Enter this colorful Easter M&M cookie jar mix. It’s cookies in a jar with an Easter twist.

Fill the mason jar with your cookie mix and then add pastel colored M&Ms to the top and tie up the lid with a colorful ribbon or some twine.

Tutorial: thefrugalgirls

13. Mason Jar Label Printables

Whatever you decide to fill those mason jars with, you’re going to want printable tags for them, right? You can find so many wonderful printables that let you decorate the lids or jars themselves. Then you just have to add the treats inside and maybe a colorful ribbon around the lid and you’ve got the perfect gift for décor idea.

Tutorial: uncommondesignsonline

14. Spray Painted Mason Jar Planters

Spray paint is the best way to cover just about anything, even your mason jars. If you’re looking for a way to use up a few of those jars, these spray painted planters are perfect.

Not only is it easy to color those jars with spray paint, you get wonderful planters for all of your indoor Easter plants and flowers.

Be creative and add some bunny designs to the front or just make your planters different pastel colors.

Tutorial: thecsiproject

15. Easter Muddy Buddy Mix In A Jar

Need another great treat idea for Easter that you can store in mason jars? This muddy buddy mix is amazing and looks so colorful when you store it in clear jars. To make the mix, you need candy melts in different pastel colors, as well as powdered sugar and Rice Chex cereals. When finished, these are not only delicious but also very colorful and look great inside those mason jars.

Tutorial: therebelchick

16. Fluffy Bunny Tails Jar

You can pick up cotton candy bunny tails at the Dollar Store for about a dollar per bag. Use those colorful cotton candy treats with your mason jar to create this really colorful and fun bunny tails jar. Kids are going to love the cotton candy and it makes such a wonderfully colorful display for the counter or a centerpiece for the dinner table.

Tutorial: lilluna

17. Mason Jar Easter Chick

This little chick made from a mason jar is so sweet and he’s filled with yellow starbursts, which add to the color for the chick and give you a nice treat.

These are perfect for gift giving or you could even add them to your kids’ Easter baskets.

You need a yellow cupcake liner to make the wings, a black market for the face and a couple of orange paper flowers and some scrap paper for other features. Then just fill him with starbursts, skittles or yellow jelly beans.

Tutorial: shakentogetherlife

18. Painted Bunny Mason Jars

Take some pink and white paint and turn those mason jars, any size, into this adorable little bunny. You can then use them to decorate by adding flowers or candles or put in candies and use them as gift jars. A bit of yarn and a small pink pompom really gives this little bunny some character and makes him the perfect way to decorate with mason jars this Easter.

Tutorial: shakentogetherlife

19. Polka Dot Mason Jar

When you’re thinking of ways to use those mason jars, think about painting them with polka dots. Once they’re painted, you can use them as vases or to hold just about anything else you want. Choose colors for your polka dots that are spring – think pastels and bright yellows – then use the jars to create a beautiful spring display for your mantel, countertop, or table.

Tutorial: yesterdayontuesday

20. Speckled Egg Painted Jars

I love, I mean really love, these speckled egg mason jars. They have such a wonderful rustic country feel to them and would be perfect with your farmhouse décor.

These are done with chalk paint which gives them that great vintage look. Once you’ve done the initial painting, you can create the speckled egg look with some brown paint and a toothbrush.

It’s really easy and these would make wonderful vases when they’re finished.

Tutorial: homeroad

21. Painted Mason Jar Succulent Planters

Just a few colors of pastel paints and some mason jars and you have the makings of a wonderful planter or centerpiece.

Just paint the bottom portion of your jars with Easter colors and then add some potting soil and your favorite succulents.

Put these in a wire basket and you’ve got a gorgeous centerpiece, or just put a few of them in different areas of your home to add Easter colors everywhere.

Tutorial: thegoldensycamore

22. Bunny Bait Jars

These little bunny bait jars are adorable and such a quick and easy way to add some Easter décor to your home. They also make wonderful gifts.

Just fill the jars with robin eggs, jelly beans, or other Easter type candy and cover with a cupcake liner. You can tie the cupcake liner on with ribbon or twine for extra decoration.

They make a wonderful centerpiece for the dinner table or a great display for the mantel. Put them together in a wooden crate and add some moss for a really nice display.

Tutorial: cleanandscentsible

23. DIY Easter Mantel Decoration

Now, you could use this on the mantel or anywhere you wanted. It’s a mason jar that is literally filled with Easter colors.

Burlap gives it that great farmhouse country look and the pastel eggs are beautiful on top of a battery operated candle.

This entire project just screams springtime, doesn’t it? I love the colors and how easy this is to put together. You can have it finished in about half an hour.

Tutorial: keepsakesbymelissa

24. Easter Tree Planter

Use that mason jar to house your Easter tree! If you really want to add some country rustic looking charm to your home décor, this is a great idea.

Take a mason jar and “plant” a small branch or twig – you can even paint your tree white first – and then decorate.

Add some burlap or twine to the top of the jar for added decoration and you can use plastic eggs to hold your “tree” in place inside the jar.

Available on: ebay

25. Bunny Jar Toppers

Whatever you put inside those mason jars, you can decorate them with these adorable little jar toppers. The toppers can be made from plastic decorations that you get at the Dollar Store – they’re just a dollar for several. Just glue them to the lid of your jar and paint the bunny and the jar lid in a nice pastel color. Use these for keeping your Easter candy fresh or for gift giving.

Tutorial: toriejayne

Source: https://www.diyncrafts.com/23383/decor/25-mason-jar-easter-crafts-gifts-home-decor

Spring Mason Jar Vases

25 Mason Jar Easter Crafts For Gifts, Home Decor, And More

Hello hello! Yay for the weekend! Our weather here hasn’t necessarily been too terrible (knock on wood…). It’s been in the 40-50’s all week, and we’re supposed to get some rain/snow mix today.

But, even though our winter has been mild, I’m still ready for spring to get here.

I definitely have spring fever, and I’ve been decorating to follow suite; which is why I decided to make these pretty little spring mason jar vases!

I’ve joined in with 7 other awesome bloggers for a Pinterest Challenge. Basically, every month we choose something we’ve pinned on Pinterest and make it. I don’t know HOW many beautiful things I’ve pinned and told myself I’d make, but never did! Ever happen to you?

Source: http://www.dwellinginhappiness.com/spring-mason-jar-vases/

25 Craftsy Mason Jar Gift Ideas for Loved Ones

25 Mason Jar Easter Crafts For Gifts, Home Decor, And More

It’s time to get crafting and turn your home into a winter wonderland! And for that, you don’t have to break the bank; all you need is a few simple mason jars and your creativity.

I’m sharing 25-holiday projects that are easy, affordable, and time-saving. From DIY jar candles to terrariums and fun emergency kits, there’s something for everyone.

This blog is supported by readers purchasing featured products. When you buy products with my links, I earn a commission at no extra cost to you. Here is my full affiliate disclosure.

1. DIY Mason Jar Snow Globes

Source: simplecravesandoliveoil.blogspot.com

There’s no better Christmas gift than a handcrafted one! If you’re looking for inspiration, consider making mason jar snow globes which require only a few simple supplies and a little bit of your time.

You can get a bunch of mason jars here.

If done right, these cute jars can be used year after year. What’s more, this can be a fun Christmas craft for both adults and kids!

Check out more of these DIY mason jar projects!

2. DIY Pick Me Up Jars

Source: jamiecooksitup.net

If you want your days to be filled with positivity, make a happiness jar. Fill it with inspirational quotes, affirmations, poetry, song lyrics, or whatever makes you feel good.

All you need is a mason jar, pieces of scrapbook paper, and pens.

Here’s our favorite quote to inspire you: “He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree.”

3. DIY Mason Jar Cocktail Gifts

Source: somethingturquoise.com

Cocktails in mason jars? Well, sign me in!

These mason jar cocktails are perfect if you’re hosting a Christmas party. Surprise your guests with a little gift they can open and actually consume on the spot!

Wrap up a mason jar drinking mug, a mini bottle of liquor, and some soda, and say CHEERS! It’s also a great gift to add to a Christmas gift basket.

4. DIY Peppermint Mason Jar Candles

Source: apumpkinandaprincess.com

Making your own candles is so easy and fun! You can use different jars to change up and customize the look or use different essential oils to change up the scents.

Here is a low budget essential oil set you can get to make that happen.

Not to mention, these mason jar candles make the perfect Christmas gifts in a jar! See how to make them here.

5. Coffee Lovers Gift in a Jar

Source: town-n-country-living.com

Each of these jars contains everything you need to make a delicious cup of coffee. Pair them with cute coffee mugs these and give them as Christmas presents to all your coffee-loving family and friends!

6. Pressed Herb Mason Jar Candles

Source: gardentherapy.ca

With the furnace turned on and all the windows shut tight, our homes definitely lack some fresh air during winter.

These herby mason jar candles are an easy and affordable way to freshen up your home and add a beautiful piece of decor.

They can do for beautiful Christmas decorations.

7. Best Teacher Christmas Gift

Source: mymommyworld.com

If you are looking for a great handmade gift for your kid’s teacher this Christmas, your search is over.

Let your little one pick out what they would to give that special person: white-board markers, single-serving drink mixes, post-it notes, plastic alphabet letters…

These mason jar gifts are very budget-friendly and will certainly get you an A+ for creativity!

8. DIY Christmas Mason Jar Terrariums

Source: .com

Sometimes the most beautiful decorations can be made from things you already have around the house.

These mason jar terrariums are an easy way to bring the festive spirit into your home without breaking the bank. They’re also a beautiful way to decorate for the holiday season and all winter long!

Overall, make multiple of these and use them as a festive Christmas centerpiece.

Source: thehappierhomemaker.com

When it comes to Christmas gifts, food never fails! And when packed in a mason jar, it looks festive, delicious, and absolutely gorgeous.

If you’re looking for the perfect recipe, I recommend chocolate chip cookies. Kids, teenagers or grown-ups, everybody loves chocolate AND freshly baked cookies, so you can’t go wrong.

Feel free to make these keto Christmas cookies if you have someone eating a low carb diet.

10. DIY Gift for Those Who Love to Bake

Source: thegunnysack.com

Do you know anyone who just loves the smell of Christmas? This DIY gift will help them make the best treats for the holiday season.

Fill it with everything the recipient would need in order to make delicious Christmas sweets: cookie cutters these, cupcake liners, these measuring spoons, mini silicone pinch bowls…

Here are the instructions.

11. Lucky Charms Marshmallow Jar Gift

Source: buzzfeed.com

If you have lots of kids in your extended family, here is the perfect gift. These lucky charm marshmallow jars are filled with funny, colorful, and exciting marshmallows that every kid adores!

12. Peppermint Pampering Gifts in a Jar

Source: thegunnysack.com

Who doesn’t a bit of pampering? This is the ideal gift for someone in your life who could use some revitalization. 

Get this Christmas peppermint body butter, sugar scrub, and foot soak. Package them up in mason jars and you’re ready to give away some Christmas rejuvenation and relaxation!

13. DIY Spa in a Jar

Source: thegunnysack.com

Speaking of pampering, here’s another super easy and affordable gift idea.

Fill your jar with various spa items such as shampoo, soap, skincare products, body wash, and more. Then, put on a ribbon and a cute ‘Spa in a Jar’ label and you’re good to go.

I recommend this moisturizing body wash.

14. Mason Jar Pin Cushion

Source: seasonedhomemaker.com

Need a Christmas gift for a friend who sews? Or maybe you’re just looking for a parking spot for your pins and needles.

This handy sewing kit is perfect to keep your sewing scissors, needles, and thread. You can just get a whole sewing kit and transfer all the items into a mason jar.

15. Double Mason Jar Gift Card & Candy Holder

Source: somethingturquoise.com

Perfect for kids (and adults with a sweet tooth, why not?). This cute Mason jar is actually a stylish gift card/candy holder.

Using 4oz. and 8oz. mason jars, just glue the lids together to create a double jar filled with Christmas goodies.

You could also buy these Christmas candy jars if you’re not feeling DIY’ing today.

16. Printable Christmas Labels for Your Mason Jar Gifts

Source: simpleasthatblog.com

If you’re a Christmas mason jar gift giver, here’s something amazing for you. These free printable Christmas labels can easily be added to your Christmas gifts to add a personal touch and make them even cuter!

Simply print them onto full sheet labels and trim with scissors.

17. Ice Skating Date in a Jar

Source: thegunnysack.com

Have a friend who loves skating? Ask them on a skating date with this amazing themed Christmas gift in a jar.

It features super-cute vintage felt ice skates, powdered mocha mix, red gloves, chocolates, and lip balm.

Here is my favorite Belgian mocha mix. Get these Burt’s Bees 100% natural lip balms too.

18. Christmas Tree Mason Jar Votive

Source: masonjarcraftslove.com

One of the best ways to refresh your home during the holiday season is by using scented candles as decorations. Add a fun holiday votive and your guests will feel they’re walking into a winter wonderland.

19. Snow Covered Mason Jar Lantern

Source: lovegrowswild.com

Bring the “snow” to your backyard and make it more welcoming to guests with these snowy mason jar lanterns. You can also put it inside your home to make it feel warm and cozy or give it as a creative décor gift.

20. Christmas Sweater Mason Jars

Source: town-n-country-living.com

Instead of wearing an ugly (but totally fun and festive) Christmas sweater, why not paint it on a mason jar? These cute jars will bring instant warmth and coziness to your home.

Make sure you stock up on these votive candles to bring in the festive mood into your home this Christmas.

21. Santa Belt Mason Jars

Source: littlehouseoffour.com

These cute Santa belt mason jars make a great Christmas gift for your friends and family!

This tutorial by Little House of Four suggests filling the jars with red and white M&Ms, but you can use anything: jewelry, nail polish, pens, candies, stickers, lip gloss…

Add a belt, and embellish the jars with some greenery, bakers twine, and gold bells. So easy and so fun!

Get more cheap Dollar Tree Christmas decorations that are a little these.

22. Rock Painting Kit in a Jar

Source: thecrazycraftlady.com

Did you know that rock painting promotes relaxation and relieves stress? Not to mention, it’s lots of fun.

So, why not share this craft with the ones you love by giving them a DIY rock painting kit as a gift?

It’s a great gift if you want your kids to get involved in Christmas crafting.

23. Bride Emergency Kit in a Jar

Source: the36thavenue.com

Do you have a friend or someone in the family who is getting married soon after Christmas? Gift this cute emergency kit to your bride so she knows she’ll be prepared for anything.

The emergency supplies may include eye drops, tissues, lip balm, hairspray, mints, stain wipes, nail file, Q-tips, snacks…

24. DIY Sugar Scrub Cubes

Source: theidearoom.net

These DIY sugar cubes hydrate, exfoliate, soften, and cleanse the skin. And the best part is they’re so fun and easy to make!

The ingredients are combined together and poured into the mold. The soft texture of the soap base allows you to cut it into cute small cubes, which will go into mason jars.

Add a tag on each jar so that the recipient knows how to use their beautiful, personal gift!

25. Spa Pedicure Gift in a Jar

Source: anightowlblog.com

Summer might seem far, but once it’s here, the recipients of this gift will be so thankful.

This jar super easy and fun to put together. In addition, it’s very budget-friendly.

Use mason jars you already have on hand and fill them with pedicure supplies (basic pedicure tools these, nail polish, cotton rounds…)

Conclusion

Do you have any fun mason jar DIY projects you will be making this Christmas? I’d love to hear about them in the comments below.

Source: https://craftsyhacks.com/mason-jar-gift/

Mason Jar Easter Crafts!

25 Mason Jar Easter Crafts For Gifts, Home Decor, And More

Easter is just around the corner, hopping it’s way to us very soon. In celebration of the upcoming holiday, I’ve found some wonderful ways that you can incorporate mason jars into your Easter decorating. Mason jars can be used for everything from vases and candle holders to actual Easter baskets, and I love using them for my decorating, as you all know.

Many of these DIY Easter craft ideas involve candy – we love candy, though don’t we? They’re great for giving as gifts to teachers or family members, or adding to the Easter baskets that you are making yourself.

I pretty much love anything that involves candy, especially chocolate and there are many craft ideas in this collection that use chocolate candies and many that you make yourself.

There are even cookies in a jar and cupcakes that you bake right there in your mason jar.

From Easter trees and succulent planters to scrumptious mason jar baked cupcakes and loads of ways to store and display candy, this collection is the ultimate in mason jar Easter craft ideas. You know how much I love using mason jars for everything.

They’re so very versatile and can be reused over and over again. If you’ve been wondering about how you can repurpose mason jars for Easter decorating – wonder no more.

I’ve found the most amazing collection of DIY mason jar Easter crafts and I’m sure you’re going to love them all!So here we go:

Easter Tree Planter

You can use a mason jar to house your Easter tree! Take a mason jar and “plant” a small branch or twig – you can paint it white or leave it natural – and then decorate.  Add some burlap or twine to the top of the jar for added decoration and you can use plastic eggs to hold your “tree” in place inside the jar. You can also do this with any vase you already have also.

Bunny Jar Toppers

You can purchase these little bunnies at a dollar store. Paint the top of the lid in a pastel color, and glue the bunnies on top of the mason lid. You can put whatever you want inside the jar.

DIY Easter Mantel Decoration

It’s a mason jar that is literally filled with Easter colors. Burlap gives it that great farmhouse country look and the pastel eggs are beautiful on top of a battery operated candle. This entire project just screams springtime, doesn’t it? I love the colors and how easy this is to put together. You can have it finished in about half an hour.

Tutorial: keepsakesbymelissa

Bunny Bait Jars

Isn’t this just adorable!!! I love this one!They also make wonderful gifts. Just fill the jars with robin eggs, jelly beans, or other Easter type candy and cover with a cupcake liner.

You can tie the cupcake liner on with ribbon or twine for extra decoration. They make a wonderful centerpiece for the dinner table or a great display for the mantel.

Put them together in a wooden crate and add some moss for a really nice display.

Tutorial: cleanandscentsible

Speckled Egg Painted Jars

I just love the speckled eggs at Easter. They have such a wonderful rustic country feel to them and would be perfect with your farmhouse décor.

These are done with chalk paint which gives them that great vintage look. Once you’ve done the initial painting, you can create the speckled egg look with some brown paint and a toothbrush.

It’s really easy and these would make wonderful vases when they’re finished.

Easter Chick

These are perfect for gift giving or you could even add them to your kids’ Easter baskets. You need a yellow cupcake liner to make the wings, a black market for the face and a couple of orange paper flowers and some scrap paper for other features. Then just fill him with starbursts, skittles or yellow jelly beans.

Tutorial: shakentogetherlife

Easter Muddy Buddy Mix

Need another great treat idea for Easter that you can store in mason jars? This muddy buddy mix is amazing and looks so colorful when you store it in clear jars. To make the mix, you need candy melts in different pastel colors, as well as powdered sugar and Rice Chex cereals. When finished, these are not only delicious but also very colorful and look great inside those mason jars.

Tutorial: therebelchick

Spray Painted Mason Jar Planters

Spray paint is the best way to cover just about anything, even your mason jars. If you’re looking for a way to use up a few of those jars, these spray painted planters are perfect.

Not only is it easy to color those jars with spray paint, you get wonderful planters for all of your indoor Easter plants and flowers.

Be creative and add some bunny designs to the front or just make your planters different pastel colors.

Bird’s Nest Cupcakes

All you wonderful bakers out there will enjoy this! They contain white cake, lemon curd, apricot and pineapple preserves and a delicious cream cheese topping with toasted coconut.

They’re perfect for Easter Dinner desserts or anytime you want something light and yummy.

They’re also the perfect way to use up some of those mason jars you’ve got on hand – the smaller jelly sized jars, that is.

Tutorial: atthepicketfence

Easy Mason Jar Spring Centerpiece

Just take some paper doilies and twine to dress up those mason jars and then just add some bright and colorful daffodils or tulips and you have the perfect spring centerpiece. These are so very easy and you could use jars in whatever size you have available. I love the idea of using the larger jars for these. Just wrap the twine around the doily to keep it in place and you’re all done.

Tutorial: yellowblissroad

Easter Bunny Jar Treat

I love just love this bunny jar idea as a gift for a favorite teacher. You just take a mason jar, fill with mini marshmallows or whatever Easter candy you want, add some rabbit ears and you have the perfect treat gift.

You can find bunny ears headbands at most dollar stores right now for $1 each. Just cut away the headband part and you’ve got the ears which you can glue onto the jar lid.

Tie up with some pretty ribbon or tulle and you’re all set.

Tutorial: icingdesignsonline

Bunny Munch Jars

Aren’t these little bunnies adorable!  The bunny munch is made of white chocolate popcorn or kettle corn and mini marshmallows. Once you have your munch ready, decorate your jars with this cute bunny printable and add some ribbon or other decorations. These would make wonderful gifts for teachers, hostesses, or anyone that you need a little treat for.

Tutorial: icingdesignsonline

Carrot Mason Jar Centerpiece

Isn’t this just beautiful!!! Just fill about six different mason jars with carrots and add some lovely spring flowers daffodils and tulips. Then put them all in a wire crate. What a gorgeous display for your Easter dinner table! I love the simplicity of this and how just a few steps and a few minutes give you the perfect spring decoration.

Tutorial: kaleidoscopeofcolors

Spring Mason Jar Vase

I made this one a wine bottle…you can decorate a mason jar the same way. Put 3 or them together filled with flowers. The dollar store has spring napkins for $1. It only takes a half of a napkin at most to decorate the outside of the jar.

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Easter Bunny Jar Cupcakes

For these cute cupcakes, you will need to purchase the smaller mason jars.. You just bake your cupcakes in the jars – this is a great way to keep them moist – and then when they’re cool, decorate with homemade or store bought icing. Add sprinkles and even a tiny little chocolate bunny to the top for decoration. What a perfect Easter dessert especially for children.

Tutorial: bubblynaturecreations

Easter Bunny Granola

Aren’t these adorable! This yummy granola can be made quickly and when you store it in this bunny mason jar, it’s the perfect companion for Easter breakfast.

To decorate the jar, you’ll need googly eyes, a pink pompom for the nose, something for the whiskers and a few other supplies. The granola has oats, chocolate chips, and bunny shaped marshmallows, among other ingredients.

This is a great way to get kids to enjoy a snack that’s healthier than chips or plain candy.

Tutorial: yesterdayontuesday

Have you ever made cookies in a jar? I just love the idea of giving these out to your friends, and teachers. You normally see them around Christmas, but look how cute these are. It’s cookies in a jar with an Easter twist. Fill the mason jar with your cookie mix and then add pastel colored M&Ms to the top and tie up the lid with a colorful ribbon or some twine.

Tutorial: thefrugalgirls

I hope I gave you some ideas! Most of these are so simple to make. If you have any Easter favorites you have created…I would love to see them!

Source: https://kelleysdiy.com/2019/03/26/mason-jar-easter-crafts-2/