Give a cookie mix in a jar for any holiday with these 20 ideas. Great gift in a jar ideas that everyone on your gift giving list will love. Who doesn’t love the gift of homemade cookies? And when they can be made in just minutes? Yes please! A cookie mix in a jar contains all of the dry ingredients needed to make a fresh batch of cookies. Include a recipe and your recipient will add the wet ingredients. So simple, so easy, so delicious!
These Snickers cookies are so good y’all! It is like an ooey gooey brownie all in the small bit of a cookie. I will be making this recipe over and over again. The best part? It only has four ingredients! So easy, so good and it makes a great gift in a jar idea. I even have the printable labels for you below to add to your gift. Inexpensive, fun, and oh so good. What could make a better gift?
Giving personalized housewarming gifts is so much easier than you thought with our ideas below. Ever thought of giving an address stamp to someone that has moved into the neighborhood or a friend that has gotten a new home? This is such a simple idea yet many people do not even think about it! Anyone that moves needs a new address stamp so this is the perfect gift idea that your recipient will love. When you attach a cute punny card to the gift….well that is even better! This post is sponsored by Simply Stamps however all projects and opinions are my own.
Make these Reese’s pieces cookies for yourself or give as a gift in a jar. Either way, you are sure to love this four ingredient recipe that only takes minutes to pull together. Need a gift in a hurry? Two ingredients and this one is out the door! You do have time to give a handmade gift! I love that this makes a lovely hostess gift for fall parties and even Thanksgiving. Who will you give this gift in a jar to? This is a part of mason jar week where we are sharing fall mason jar crafts. If you have missed any of the fun, be sure to head to day 1, day 2, and day 3 of our event. Also, scroll to the bottom of this post for ideas from the other bloggers in this series.
Make your own flower pot lighthouse and add it to your garden. It is not too late! Grab your supplies and add a little whimsy to your outdoor area. You can even make this project as a fun gift that anyone will enjoy. Clay pots are probably going on clearance or being marked down at a store near you. Take advantage and pick up the supplies to make this one of a kind outdoor decoration.
Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back this month with some great DIY fall leaf gift tags. Make these simple tags in minutes and add to any gift idea!
Did you know you can make your own DIY fall leaf gift tags with leaf rubbing art? Oh yes! Leaf rubbing isn’t just a kid craft, it’s a great way to make some art without having to draw the designs. Add your own color combination and you’ve got yourself a pretty accent for all your fall hostess gifts. Don’t worry, if you prefer to make the gifts, not the tags… I have a free printable you can use with my own leaf rubbing art.
Make a handmade jewelry box for yourself or to give as a gift. I am also going to teach you how to make that gorgeous, glossy marbled top. It is an easy process and you will love how this one looks in your home. This was originally posted over at Resin Crafts however I am posting it here in case you missed it.
You can make this class door decoration for any teacher in just minutes. This is a super fun way to celebrate back to school and you just need a few supplies to make your own version. This is a part of Craft Lightning Back to School where we are posting 15 minute back to school crafts all week. You can catch up with the fun on day 1 if you missed the post from yesterday. Also be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post and see the ideas from our blog partners for today.
I am kicking off Craft Lighting week with some fun back to school teacher gifts. This pineapple coconut sugar scrub is simply delightful and a fun way to show the new teacher some love! All week we will be sharing back to school crafts that take 15 minutes or less for Craft Lightning. The ideas from our blog partners for this series will be at the bottom of each post. Be sure not to miss any of the fun!
These decorative flower pots with sea glass will look great around your home anytime of the year. I am in love with how this project turned out and I think you will love it as well. If you collected sea glass this summer at the beach, be sure to use it to create this one of a kind planter pot. If not, purchase some! You can make this planter either way.