Monday, March 21, 2016

Easter Happy Hour Mason Jar

Hi everyone!

I know, I know...there aren't many Mason jar ideas that haven't been done over the past few years.  I am (dare I say it?) maybe even getting to the saturation point with Mason jars.  But then, something comes along that still is so stinkin' cute.

This Easter season, I have seen a lot of Mason jars filled with Easter grass, candy and chocolate bunnies.  Oooh!  I love them.  But here is the thing:  I found out about this very sweet idea after all of the kiddo gifts had been purchased and sent off.  What to do? What to do?

Mr. Bluebird and I are blessed with some pretty amazing adult kiddos in our lives and we will be spending Easter with them this year.  So, why not amp up this Easter Mason jar idea and do it adult style? For about $4.00 each, they are a super fun and affordable gift (I will share the deets at the end of this post). Let me preface this with the fact that I am not going to bore you with how I assembled the jars.  It is pretty much crafting 101.  With that being said, let me share with you some pictures!

Aren't they cute? Of course, you can do a non-alcohol version and put just about any old thing in them.  But how fun!

The details:

1 quart Mason jar    1.50
Clothespin Clip         .25
Liquor                     1.45
Easter grass               .22
Candy                        .50

I had the raffia and the fabric in my stash.

Anyway, a little Easter fun for some of my very favorite people in all of the world!

Thanks for stopping by,

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  1. I love the idea with the jars. I will tell you something, if my Hubby was at your house you would not have those chocolate bunnies around. When I buy some for the kids I always have to buy extra bunnies for him. HA! HA!

  2. Such a cute idea with the mason jars. I'm sure your kids will love them!

  3. have taken the mason jar to a whole new level, Jane. And that's what is cool about them...coming up with new ideas. I LOVE this!

    Happy Spring and Easter! :)

  4. Very cute---I used Sipper Glasses last year stuffed with peeps and a gift for my adults at Easter. But this may be the take-with-you this year for the adults. Thanks for the cute ideas! Sandi

  5. What a cute idea, Jane. Love it---I think in the 'old days' they used to drink moonshine out of mason jars...this is close!!! lol Happy Easter to you- xo Diana