Mason Jar Teacher’s Survival Gift Kits
My daughter is only three years old but she is in her first year of pre-school. So, this is the first time she’s really had teachers AND the first time I’ve gotten to make a teacher’s gift for the end of winter break. I decided to break out the good old recycled Mason jars and make Mason Jar Teacher’s Survival Gift Kits for her teachers, Mrs. Shelly and her assistant Mrs. G.
- Mason jar per gift
- Scrapbook paper
- Paper cutter
- Double sided tape
- Circle craft punch
- Computer and printer (optional)
- Felt ribbon
- Gifts (see below)
I started off by using two spaghetti sauce jars. I had to REALLY wash them because they smelled like sauce!
I decided to buy some fun small things to fit inside like, candy, mints, gum, note pad, pen, lip balm, mini lint roller, hand sanitizer, lotion, and band aides. The possibilities are endless for this gift. Gift cards and movie tickets are great too.
Next I designed, printed, and cut out my scrapbook paper to cover the jars. Since they are pre-school teachers I picked little blue mittens and red stockings for my decorative paper.
I stuffed the jars and everything fit nicely.
I added them to the jar and painted the lid blue and used a circle craft punch to cover the top with corresponding paper. I love the combo of blue and red.
Finally, I used felt ribbon to mimic a scarf for the ribbon around the lid. That’s it! I thought they turned out so cute. I really hope Mrs. Shelly and Mrs. G love them!
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