Wednesday, April 21, 2010

treat jar toppers


while in utah during spring break... jennifer and jodie picked up these treat jars at hobby lobby. they came up with the idea and sayings... i just made the tags to stick on them. 






punch out with a 3" circle punch, (or just trim with scissors)
back with a scallop circle (we cut this one with the cricut at 4" using the mini monograms cartridge)
and adhere to lid with glue dots.




then fill them up with some yummy treats. perfect for teachers, mom friends or to keep for yourself.



p.s. if you don't have time to get the jars...
punch a hole in the top of the tag and tie onto a cellophane bag full of goodies.

29 comments:

  1. What a CUTE idea! I am going to 'share' this on my blog .. Seriously this is so perfect! I need a 'potty time' prize one haha .. LOVE them! :)

    Crystal
    craftykee.blogspot.com

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  2. the teacher's treats one is PREFECT for the bags we are makiing up for teacher's appreciation day!!!

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  3. These are awesome! Love them. I cant wait to put the "teacher" one on my jar at school! thanks.

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  4. So I just bought 6 jars from Ikea {$3.99 also} for my daughters b-day party this weekend. And I have been thinking what the heck am I going to do with SIX candy jars, well know I know!!!!

    I have to say you girls are some the most creative peeps I have seen in a LONG time.

    Wishing I was a sister,
    Amy
    xo

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  5. Love this!
    Do you think if we begged and begged we could get a hobby lobby in Las Vegas?

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  6. this is so adorable. i had a good LOL about the 'stash' especially.

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  7. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [21 Apr 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  8. Seriously you guys are my fave! Love these. Thanks for the free download.

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  9. Oh, I super pink heart this! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us, I'm so sharing on my blog!

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  10. Well those are just too yummy! Perfect for those teacher gift and that Mom's stash would is perfect for my bubble gum jar in the studio, tee hee ;) Thank you for sharing!

    Jamie :)

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  11. so stinkin cute!! what a great idea:0)

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  12. Love "Mom's Secret Stash"! I seriously need that. Peanut M&Ms would fit in there nicely.

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  13. Love this idea! Can't wait to share it on my blog!
    www.pluffmuddstudio.blogspot.com
    Thanks for sharing.

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  14. What an absolutely adorable idea! Thank you so much for linking it up to Be Inspired last week!

    Chelsea

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  15. Jamie,
    So cute!! Great pics :) Thanks for joining the Craftaholics Anonymous Support Group! I had fun stopping by and checking out your craftiness!
    Linda

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  16. Hi Jamie,
    Just wanted to stop by and let you know I featured your cute jar toppers today :)
    happy crafting!
    Linda

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  17. What cute ideas! I think my favorite might by "My teacher is AW-some. Thanks for sharing all of these.

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  18. I love your ideas. I'm just gearing up to start my teacher presents. Very simple-- yet very chic. Love it!

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  19. I love this idea! I used the Stash Idea but used it for a change jar:)

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  20. I just found your blog...LOVE IT! Thanks for sharing the jar toppers:o)

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  21. I love these but it won't let me download for some reason. Any ideas? ddrennan@centurytel.net
    thanks!

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  22. What did you use to make those huge stickers? Any way to do it without owning a machine?

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  23. You were featured at Today's Top 20! WOo HOO!

    Amanda
    www.todaystoptwenty.blogspot.com

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  24. What size jars are these? Are they the mini favor size jars? Thanks! Such a cute idea!!

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  25. i'm not sure the exact size of the jars, but any jar would do as long as the lid is at least 3" to fit the tag. of course, you could fill a bag and attach the tag to that too.

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