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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Simple Easter Treat Jars

Easter is a time for celebration in our home. And while the occasion is more about the significance than the decor for us, I do like to make small treats for teachers and friends. Just something simple...an excuse to eat chocolate, really.

Hi Sugarplum | Simple Easter Treat Jars

{What You Need}

Recycled glass jars with lids
Easter Grass
Chocolate Bunnies & Candy Eggs
Spraypaint

Hi Sugarplum | Simple Easter Treat Jars

Spray paint the lids of small jars in fun Easter colors, then fill them with grass. The grass was poking out every which way, so I placed heavy objects on it for a few hours to help press it down. Then nestle the bunny in the middle and surround with candy eggs.

Hi Sugarplum | Simple Easter Treat Jars

Rabbits don't actually lay eggs, but it's cute none the less. (Remember when we had a nest of newborn bunnies in our flower pot?!)

Hi Sugarplum | Simple Easter Treat Jars

Make sure you wash the jars thoroughly first...nothing ruins the spirit of Easter faster than a whiff of stale salsa. #Ikid

Hi Sugarplum | Simple Easter Treat Jars

Hi Sugarplum | Simple Easter Treat Jars


Hi Sugarplum | Simple Easter Treat Jars

I'll wrap tags around the necks of the bottles for gifts...and they'd make cute placecards on your Easter table, too...don't you think?

Here are a few more Easter projects that may inspire you:

8 comments:

  1. Such a great idea. I love that you recycled the jars and your pictures are just beautiful!!!

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  2. i miss easter baskets and candy! this is a great way to reuse materials :) xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  3. Such a thoughtful and cute idea! I just threw out a jar the other day and thought I should probably be saving it for SOMETHING...yep, I should have!

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  4. OMG So so cute. Love this sweet little idea...and such a great call on painting the lids!

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  5. Such a fun and simple idea! I have lots of small jars and maybe I can put them to good use now. I love that you always think of the teachers. I am sure that your thoughtfulness is very appreciated.

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Your comments are like popcorn with milk duds, I just can't quit them. Thanks for taking the time to share your positive thoughts! xoxo, cass

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