I love to give handmade gifts for Easter and with it not too far away, now is the time to start making them. Because we all know how much time and effort goes into hand making things. I don’t know about you but I have had one too many late nights where I have been awake until dawn putting the final touches on gifts. Those days are over and I now like to try and be as organised as I can so that I can enjoy every single moment. Sharing today some super easy Easter Inspired Mason Jars to make this Easter and give to your family and friends.
Easy Easter Inspired Mason Jars
- Mason/ Fowler Jars – I didn’t have any mason jars on hand for this project so decided to use the ones that I had from my Christmas Tour. Any jars with lids will do the trick.
- Small Bunnies
- White Speckled Eggs
- Small Speckled Eggs
- Embellishments – I used things like old cutlery and a music sheet. Old keys and numbers would work also. The possibilities are endless.
- Butcher’s Twine – I went with a mint colour but pink or yellow would work also.
- Number Stamps – I have had my number stamps for years but I found these ones on Amazon that would to the same with a really nice font.
- Words Stamps
- Black Stamp pad
- Clear Spray Varnish
From the Raggedy Bits Project Barn
Step 1 – Using the moss line the bottom of each of your jars.
Step 2– For the larger jar, take your stamp pad and stamps and stamp the front of the eggs with your chosen design. Let the ink dry and then spray varnish to seal because you don’t want the ink to smudge.
Step 4 – Once the eggs are dry, add them to your jar along with your embellishments. In my case, I added some old cutlery and a cone music sheet. Pop on the lid and wrap jute around the neck of the jar and make a bow.
Step 5 – With the smaller jars add the small bunnies and a speckled egg. Tie the butcher’s twine around the neck of the bottle finishing with a bow.
And there you have a super easy gift or some sweet easy Easter inspired Mason Jars to adorn your home this Easter.
Happy Jar Making!
Don’t have time to make now? Be sure to PIN for later 🙂