These easy and cute Easter mason jars are the perfect little Easter “basket” for teachers, friends and neighbors!
I’m slightly obsessed with mason jars and I know I’m not the only one. Painting mason jars is easy and yields a quick and adorable result. I painted these as though they were “dipped” into Easter colors. I love that you can still see the treats and also have a fun decorated jar. I thought the perfect printable to go with this candy Easter gift would be “Have a sweet Easter”.
Easter Dipped Mason Jars Supplies:
Quart size mason jars
Felt tip pen
Printable tag, download HERE
Measure and mark your jar. Take a measuring tape and make little dashes all the way around the jar at the same measurement. As you can see in the photos, I did a variety of heights for my paint. With the quart size jars 3″ is the midpoint, I like to be below that. This is where your own good judge of design comes into play. 🙂
Step 2: Take a piece of painters tape and wrap it all the way around the jar with the bottom of the tape matching up with the dash marks you just made.
Step 3: Paint your Jars. I used satin finish craft paint. My original idea was to use mod podge and glitter, and then I decided giving someone a glitter jar that sheds all over their desk is actually not that nice of a gift. I highly recommend painting at least 3 coats of craft paint onto your jar. It will ensure that it doesn’t easily chip off. I also painted the metal lids!
Step 4: Print out the ‘Have a sweet Easter’ tags. Download the file HERE and then print it out on your home color printer. I always use card stock when I print out tags, 110-pound weight is perfect. Cut them out and punch holes in the top left corners. I used thick twine to tie them to the top of the jar. You can use any kind of cute ribbon or twine!
Step 5: Fill the jar!
I love giving gifts at holidays, especially to my kids’ teachers. It’s just a nice prompt to say thank you to someone who puts so much effort into helping my child. This candy filled Easter mason jar is also a perfect little gift to take to friends and neighbors. I have several people who have helped me over the past few months that I need to take a special treat to. Who will you deliver this Easter gift to?
When I was designing these Easter gift tags I wanted to give you some variety to choose from. There are four designs with 9 total tags on a letter size page. I hope you love them as much as I do!
If you make this please let me know! It thrills me to hear from you and see what you’ve made! Leave a comment or tag me on Instagram (@handmadeintheheartland) or facebook!
Can we just talk about how much I love the size of the MARS minis. There is something about the perfect little size of that Twix that satisfies my sweet tooth craving!
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