Christmas Treat Jar DIY Christmas Gift


Christmas Treat Jar DIY Christmas Gift


Christmas Treat Jar DIY Christmas Gift
Christmas Treat Jar DIY Christmas Gift

If you're looking for inexpensive Christmas gifts to make, look no further than the Christmas Treat Jar DIY Christmas Gift. This project is the perfect last-minute gift. Homemade Christmas gift ideas are a great way to show you care. It takes a recycled glass jar, some ribbon, and fun holiday treats to create the perfect holiday gift everyone will love. In just a few minutes, you'll be done. Not only will your friends and family get delicious treats they can have all year round, but they can reuse the glass jar when they're done.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


PLUS: If you like to craft with Mason jars or are simply looking for a reason to recycle, check out 16 Jar Craft Projects for Christmas Jars Year Round. Save up those glass jars from Christmas and use them for a variety of year-round craft ideas. This is a fun and innovative list of Christmas craft ideas. Best of all, you'll find projects that the whole family can enjoy.

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Eeew! Eeew! Eeew! I'm soooooo excited because right around Halloween our local grocery store was accidentally shipped Christmas MMs instead of the regular ones...anyway they marked them waaaaaay down and yours truly bought a slew of them. Now enters this Christmas Treat Jar DIY Christmas Gift craft! I'm glad that the artisan reminded me not to put salty items in the mix because it can ruin the rest of the mix. I know I have plenty of jars and ribbons that I can use which means I only have to pick up the nuts and dried fruit I intend to finish off the jars! Yeah that's several more gifts checked off my list!!! Thanks for helping!

This is such a great, easy gift for anyone! Who doesn't love a good snack mix??

What is your favorite treat to find in these jars when someone makes one for you or you visit a friend's house? I have to say that creme drops and the hard tack raspberries are two of my favorites. Hershey's Kisses in the Christmas wrappers are always a festive addition to these jars too. I know several people that love to get one of these for a present.

I have made various types of these gift jars for years and they are always a BIG hit! You do need to be very aware of any allergies that the recipient might have (for example, all of the schools in my area are nut-free.) You can make these jars up with brownie/cookie/cake mixes, hot chocolate, or just festive candies! They are just so darn cute.

Cute and extremely easy idea. And since you add the ingredients, you can custom make them to suit that certain person you are giving these to. My grandson has a peanut allergy so we have to be careful with what he eats. This way I can make up a cute little treat jar that he can truly enjoy.

I make same idea not only during holidays, but any occasions. I often make these when my nieces and nephews are home. Instead of giving them toys, I give them treat jars with their all time favorite cookies and chocolates.

Cute! I use the same idea for White Christmas mix ( Formerly known by that politically incorrect name, White Trash.) I did one last year with a circus theme- marshmallow peanuts, reese's pieces, etc. Tasty, and I think the guys liked them. At our annual Christmas cookie swap, one of the ladies put her cookies in a jar with material around the top- yep, a COOKIE jar! Very nice!


This would be great idea because you can use any size jar since you have alot you want to make. You could also make that glitter reindeer frame. You know the one that is glued to front of shadow box picture frame. Just use deco wrapping paper on inside frame....reindeer are very inexpensive.

great idea for daycare kids to make parents. thanks.


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