Display Christmas gifts in a jar for a sleek and easy appearance that lets presents last long after the holiday is over.
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Capture the season under glass -- and check lots of folks off your list easily and inexpensively with these mini wintry worlds that combine the cuteness of snow globes with the beauty of bell-jar terrariums.
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Place homemade fragrant spheres for the bath in a glass jar wrapped with ribbon for a one-of-a-kind gift.
This sweet gift looks as good as it tastes. The crunchy-chewy mix includes walnuts, dried fruit, and honey and can be offered as a topping for yogurt, oatmeal, and more. Tie ribbons around the filled jar, fasten a spoon to the side, and add a tag with the recipient's initial.
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Transform an old-fashioned Mason jar into a sewer's must-have kit, complete with a built-in pincushion on top.
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Fill a jar with plastic figurines, water, and glitter to give loved ones a winter wonderland that never ends.
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Presented in clear storage jars, colorful, homemade bath fizzies look irresistible.
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Fill a large glass jar with sanding sugar, and place homemade figurines on flower frogs in the sparkling snow for a beautifully edible gift.
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Scented Sugar in a Jar
Scented sugar adds a subtle perfume and flavor to coffee, tea, fruit desserts, or baked goods. Mix a small batch in a pretty jar for a creative and aromatic hostess gift.
Layer granulated sugar with aromatic edibles like scented geranium leaves, rose petals, orange and lemon peel (first set out for a day to dry), or vanilla beans. Mix small batches, and let them sit for a few days in tightly sealed jars while the scents infuse the sugar.