Mason Jar Christmas Gifts + Free Printable Tag

Need an easy, inexpensive, last-minute, DIY gift? Whether is for a teacher, a friend or a neighbor they will love these Mason Jar Christmas Gifts filled with Hershey’s Kisses. The only problem, deciding who to give Santa, the snowman and the elf. 

Mason Jar Christmas Gift
I made these for all of my daughter’s teachers and coaches. It made it super simple to give everyone the same basic gift, and everyone seemed to really like them. Who doesn’t love Hershey’s Kisses?

Mason Jar Christmas Gifts

Materials

Christmas Ribbon DIY Gift
I discovered that each big bag (40 oz) of Hershey’s Kisses fills one red, one silver and one green jar with leftovers. After three bags, I had enough extras to fill an additional snowman. So I made 10 jars from three bags ($8.88 per bag at Walmart). Then I used the extra Hershey’s Kisses to make Festive Mini Sugar Cookie Cups.

For the gold Santa buckle, I cut a rectangle from a cereal box and covered it in gold washi tape. Then I use an Xacto knife to cut a slit for the ribbon.

The rest of the assembly for the Mason Jar Christmas Gift is as simple as cutting the right length of ribbon or tape. I love working with the electrical tape because it is very forgiving and will lay very flat on the jar. 

Printable Christmas Gift Tags

To make gift giving easy, I created printable tags for these Mason Jar Christmas gifts. The tags read: “Santa Kisses & Warm Wishes,” “Snowman Kisses & Warm Wishes” and “Elf Kisses & Warm Wishes.” 

Download the free printable Christmas gift tags

Free Printable Christmas Gift Tags
I love the way these turned out, and they were so simple to assemble. 

Mason Jar Christmas Gifts
For a non-candy version of this Christmas trio, check out my Christmas candles.

DIY Christmas Candles

Comments

  1. Alyssa Martinez says:

    I made these for last minute work gifts and they came out so cute!
    I used ribbon instead of electrical tape however it was a little difficult at first.
    Nevertheless, everyone loved them and they were easy to make!

  2. how do I print the labels but using Avery 22802 printable tags?

    • The tags are not designed to fit a specific label (I believe these would be too small for that size label anyway). I print them on cardstock paper and cut them out.

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