This week, I’m all about all things mason jars! My husband and I just put our holiday budget together, and it’s looking a little slimmer this year, because we made a big purchase! It’s important to me that my friends and family feel important, loved, and appreciated throughout the holidays. I plan on making a large variety of my Christmas presents this year, and mason jars are a perfectly practical gift holder. AND they’re reusable. It couldn’t get any better. Take a look at these adorable mason jar Christmas gifts!
Mason Jar Christmas Gifts
I’m not sure I know a single person who would turn down a nice, cold boozy beverage. Especially around Christmas, we all know how stressful it can be! Combine soda and miniature bottles of alcohol to create a cocktail in a jar. Find the printable tags at Something Turquoise.
I love to give my neighbors hot chocolate as a Christmas gift! In fact, it’s been my tradition for years. This year, I think I might put a twist on my normal holiday gift, and dress it up like Rudolf. You will need burlap, googly eyes, and pipe cleaners, but all of this can be found easily at Michaels. Learn how to make it at Crosscut Sewing Co.
Mason jar terrariums? Yes, please? I want to make these for every neighbor on my list…and maybe even myself. Layer your pebbles and soil for an even cooler look!
Break our your favorite chocolate covered pretzel recipe, and prepare to amaze your gift recipients! Again, you’ll need a few items from Michael’s, but you can make tons of these for virtually nothing! Another perfect gift for neighbors.
Gift cards are often kind of “boring” to give. Dress up your gift card by putting it in a jar, filling it with fake snow, and Christmas ornaments. Now you’ve got a gift card snow globe! Minus the actual water, of course. See how she did it at The Creative Mama.
For the man on your Christmas list: give them a golf date in a jar! Even if your golfing skills aren’t quite up-to-par, your sweetie will love spending time with you AND the effort you made. 504 Main has more.
Gingerbread is a holiday staple. Whether you choose to eat it, decorate with it, or build a new house with it, a delicious gingerbread is always appreciated. Only….this gift gives gingerbread playdough instead of actual gingerbread! And guess what? It’s edible. From Sweet Sugar Belle.
Everybody loves Christmas cookies, but not everybody has the time to make them! Fire up your ovens, break out your cookie cutters, and dust your hands with flour. It’s time for a Christmas cookie bake-a-thon. Use this recipe from Cookie Craze, or one of your family favorites!
Now this…this would be a gift I would LOVE getting. Fill a mason jar with Starbucks coffee shots, coffee bean snacks, and anything else that you think a coffee lover would have a use for. Via Town N Country Living.
Which one of these mason jar Christmas gifts will you be giving this year?