f The Bugbytes: A Holiday Treat Jar

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November 22, 2011

A Holiday Treat Jar

Hi ya everyone! This is Melissa from Melissa Made and today I'm sharing a short tutorial on how to create a fun holiday jar.  Thanks Pam for letting me share on your blog today!  I like to have these back for little gifts for those that are important to me.  Though it's hard to see in the picture above I did etch the glass.  Please watch the video to see how to create this simple and fun project.
Thanks for watching - please visit Melissa Made for more fun projects!  Here's a close-up of the jar top with the sparkly napkin.
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8 comments :

Kelly M said...

Great ideas for a gift x

Sandy from Ukiah said...

What a darling gift idea. I wish I had time to watch everyone's videos :-( but I have a hard time just getting around to everyone's blog to just leave a comment. They certainly turned out just adorable...

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Melissa this is such a great gift idea and so easy to make. I know the receiver will feel really special that you etched that jar. TFS
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Carole P said...

Thanks for such a great tutorial! I loved the napkin/tissue paper ideas and think these jars would make great gifts!

Pam said...

This is awesome. Love it.What a beautiful gift it will make. TFS

Audrey Frelx said...

Melissa, these jares are so pretty! Yes, they will make fantastic gifts!

AllisonF (Goody Bag Diva) said...

Great idea!!

LisaB said...

What a great gift idea. They are so pretty. It would be great to make up a few to have on hand for those last minute gifts. Thanks for sharing

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