Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Snowflake Treat Jars ~ Bostik Challenge


My last post for The December Bostik challenge was for the snowman picture that Little M and I created. We also made these little treat jars for her to take home as presents for her mum and dad and one for her self too.


To make the snowflake treat jars you will need:

Jar any size you like with a screw top lid.

  • Red felt
  • White pompoms
  • Snowflake trimming
  • Ribbon
  • Bostik glue
  • Bostik glue dots
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Treats
  • Snow fabric 

How to make the Jars:

1. Cut the snowflake trim to fit around the jar, Stick it on the jar using Bostik Glue Dots.


2. Cut a small piece of the snow fabric and tear it to fluff it up. Put it in the bottom of the jar. Keep aside.
3.On the red felt, using the lid as a template draw around it and cut out a round circle. Stick the red felt circle inside the bottle lid. if you have see through lid if its not see through stick the felt circle on the top of the lid.







































4.Cut a length of green ribbon that fits around the lid and add an extra 12 cm to make bow. Stick glue dots around the rim of the lid. Leaving approximately 6 cm start sticking the green ribbon around the lid, you will finish where you started with another 6 cm ribbon left over. Tie a bow with  two bits of ribbon.














5. Stick 3 pom poms on top of the lid. The jar is ready to be filled with your favourite treats.


















6. Fill up the jar with special treats and add a gift tag if you like.


Being part of the Bostik 2016 bloggers with Tots100 and Merrily Crafts, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.

22 comments:

  1. Ah I love this. I had having tins of chocolates out on the side but I wouldn't mind it if they were in festive jars like this x

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  2. Such cute little jars, esp as you can reuse them after all the chocolate has been eaten x

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  3. What a cute idea! I love the idea of making these cute little treat jars x

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  4. Personal and more creative gifts are so lovely :) something to keep x

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  5. These are so cute! I love making treat jars for special occasions and gifting.

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  6. tis is so sweet for a stocking filler or christmas day activity, to keep the little ones busy!

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  7. These look great for christmas and really easy to make too

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  8. These are super cute - they sound so easy to do and would make lovely gifts!

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  9. This is so adorable and I love how easy it was to make! Thanks for the great idea!

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  10. How cute and adorable is this? This is a project I'm sure my own children would love.

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  11. These look great, and really easy for kids to make themselves. I think they'd make great teacher or nursery presents.

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  12. This is such a lovely idea! I'm making my mum a cookie jar this year, and although it probably wouldn't be quite as cute and maybe a little bit sleeker, I'm definitely going to help my little cousin make something similar for mother's day because let's face it, he doesn't need to for Christmas. Santa will take care of the presents. 😉

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  13. This looks brilliant, will have to make something similar for Christmas

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  14. that's a lovely DIY. It's typically something nice to make with kids. I have amazing memories of all the creative things I've done with my aunts as a child.

    Mika

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  15. What a simple way to make things look a little more festive! How did you tie that bow so perfectly?! That is a skill I need when wrapping this year...

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  16. This looks brilliant. I love the addition of the snowflake garland around the jar x

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  17. These are super cute. A fab idea for a present too.

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  18. Such a cute gift, cannot beat home made gifts! xo

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  19. Aww these are so sweet, they're really effective and festive! Well done you! Xxx

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  20. What a cute idea and so fun! I might try this with the kids tomorrow :) x

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  21. this is such an adorable idea, I'd love to try this next christmas :) x

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  22. How cute! Would be a nice gift to make with the kids

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