Thursday, November 15, 2012

Simple Christmas Snowflake Neighbor Gift

Pin ItDid I have you at Simple? I know that I take a second look when it promises to be simple.


So, you want to know how to make a simple Snowflake Neighbor Gift? Of course you do!

Simple Snowflake Neighbor gift with Sassy Style Redesign

This project will take you about 20 minutes. 25 if you want to include dry time.

Gather your supplies:

snowflake jar supplies

Mason Jar

Once you have all of your supplies ready, you are ready to go. Make sure that your jar is cleaned and dry.

First-You will need to cut the stencil on the white lines. Pull the white backing off and attach it to your jar. You don’t need to use any glue or anything, it will stick just fine itself.

snowflake jar tutorial collage

2-The glass paint has a fine tip, so you can squirt it directly onto the stencil. You don’t need a ton.

3- I smooshed (you know that you love my technical talk)it all around with my squeegee tool. Once the stencil was covered, I used the scraper like a squeegee & left only a thin amount of the paint on the stencil.

4-I carefully removed the stencil and voila-look at that amazing stencil! I was uuber impressed! I used a few more of the stencil patterns and finished up the jar.

I told you it was easy! These would be super simple to make a large amount of. You could make some for your neighbors, your kids teachers, your friends etc…

snowflake jar tutorial from Sassy Style Redesign

Once the jar was dry-I started layering in some winter treats. Cherry M&M’s, White chocolate covered Oreo’s and finished off with peppermint sticks. Nope, I didn't make one thing, but it looks like I did.

snowflake jar finished close 1

I love a great project that doesn't take a lot of money, time or energy.

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I received product and payment via The Blueprint Social (www.theblueprintsocial.com) for this post, however, opinions are 100% my own.


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13 comments :

  1. So cute and those treats look amazing. I wish I was your neighbor!!

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  2. where did you get the lid for the mason jar... love it!!

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  3. I love it! Where did you get that cute jar?

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  4. So cute! I would love to have you come share this or any of your great ideas at the link party on ‘Or so she says…' There’s one going on right now (and every Saturday – Tuesday). Hope to see you there! www.oneshetwoshe.com

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  5. What a beautiful gift too! I love the treats you used, how easy they are and how stylish. What a great combination for a truly fun gift!

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  6. LOVELY AND SO FESTIVE. Great job. xo jen

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  7. Love it, girlfriend! Featuring this over the weekend :) Thanks for linking up!

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  8. Super cute! Pinning this for sure. Thanks for sharing. -Lauren

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