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 Gifts
- Kerr Mason Jars (because they only have a logo on one side)
- Electrical tape
- Black and white buttons
- Plaid ribbon
- Black ribbon
- Gold washi tape
- Cereal box
- Hot glue or Glue Dots
- Red, Green and Silver Hershey’s Kisses
- Printable tags (below)
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.
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!
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.
What size jars did you use
I used 16 oz (pint) jars. The link to the jars I used with blank faces is in the post.