Mason Jar Christmas Gift Idea

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Mason Jar Christmas Gift Ideas

Today I am going to share with you this fun Mason Jar Christmas Gift. I’ve even included a FREE printable for you!   Click here download your free gift tag printable.

I love to give out simple yet cute gifts at Christmas, and I love to think of clever ways to package them. I think this “faux” Santa Mason Jar would make a great teacher or neighbor gift. I filled mine with red licorice bites but you can pick any red candy that you like.

To make it you’ll need:

A Mason Jar that is not marked

Black 1” wide ribbon

Brass Buckle (you can buy these very inexpensively at a craft store in the notions section)

Mason Jar Santa ClausSimply feed the black ribbon through the buckle and attach to the back of the Mason jar with a bit of hot glue.

Print out the gift tag and tie it to the jar with twine, sign the back and you’re done!

Mason Jar Christmas Gift Ideas

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Note: If you can’t find gold buckles you can use gold metallic card stock:

And a Buckle Punch (or you can cut out the buckle yourself with scissors)

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  1. Krista Hansen says

    So adorable and easy too! This is a great idea for neighbor gifts. Can’t wait to make a bunch! Thanks for the great idea.

  2. sharon says

    LOVE this! Think I will get the smaller jars and fill with red foiled kisses and bribe er I mean give the teachers along with a gift card.

  3. Alisha B says

    Adorable idea :) thanks for sharing! I also love the font you used for the label-would you share the name of it?

  4. Marlene says

    I love this idea for coworkers but can’t find the buckles anywhere…..any ideas? I’ve checked Michaels, Hobby Lobby, and online.
    Thanks!

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