Easter In A Jar

Here is a little something that I threw together 
last year when trying to spruce up my 
breakfast bar for spring.

I had trouble trying to come up with a name for 
this thing. Basically it’s a decorated mason jar 
with 3 Easter eggs on candy sticks!
 Easter In A Jar
 Easter In A Jar
Materials needed:

Mason Jar
Scrapbook Paper
Candy Sticks
Hot Glue Gun & Glue
Spray Glue or Mod Podge
Foam Easter Eggs
Basket Filler
& Whatever you may have lying 
around to decorate the eggs.

The mason jar embellishments are pretty self explanatory so I won’t dwell on instructions for that.

For the eggs: 
Poke the candy sticks through the foam eggs and secure with a little hot glue.

I wrapped one egg in what I call furry wool!
One in twine that I painted a lime green 
(securing the twine & wool with hot 
glue throughout  the wrapping process).
And one I covered with glitter (use the spray 
glue or Mod Podge for this)…gotta love me 
some glitter!
I filled the jar with basket filler to give the sticks a little something to rest in allowing more control of how they are positioned in the jar. And that’s it!

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  1. What a great and original idea, perfect for the table on Easter weekend. x

  2. Cute! “Necessity is the mother of invention” rings true here! What’s nice about this project is that it’s perfect for a small table or buffet space.

  3. Another fun project. Cute, simple, and inexpensive…PERFECT!

    Thanks for linking your creation to Time Travel Thursday this week.

    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

  4. I am with Liz… PERFECT!!
    I LOVE that your projects make me look so darned crafty!! LOL

  5. Easter egg on a stick…how fun! I loved your paper flower eggs too. They are all beautiful.
    Found you in Welcome Wednesday blog hop. I am your new Linky follower!

  6. How fun! These are so cute! Your projects are so great!
    One Chatty Chic

  7. Sarah these are so cute. P.S> thank you for joining in the blog hop fun :-)

  8. That is adorable! Nice job! You make such cute stuff and I get a lot of inspiration here!

  9. What a great idea!! I love the buttons down the front! I would love it if you would be willing to share with us at our party going on now-Monday. Thanks


  10. Wow what a great idea. You are so very creative!!

  11. How about Easter topiaries? These turned out great – thanks for sharing at our party this week.

  12. Cute project – I agree, Topiaries would be a good name. You have some great projects. I ran across you on the Linky Followers blog hop, and I’m now following you! Pop over for a visit if you get a minute!

    jess @ tupelocreative.blogspot.com

  13. Love all of the fun textures on these eggs! Quick and easy projects like this are so great! Thanks for sharing.

  14. How cute! Glitter wins my heart too! :) Thanks for linking up! Hope to see you again!

  15. Cute Sarah!
    A nice Easter craft!
    Thanks for linking up to my Creative Inspirations party!
    Please come back Thursday to link up again!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  16. Those are really cute! And the eggs could be cute sticking out of an Easter basket, too. Thanks for sharing at Handmade Tuesdays!

  17. So cool! I love the blue!

  18. So cute and and easy! We loved having you join us for “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” Hope to see you again soon! -The Sisters

  19. This is so fun and adorable! Thanks so much for sharing at Beautify It Monday – We hope you’ll come back next week!

  20. Very cute, I love that the vase is a Mason Jar. I always love that look. Thank you for sharing on A Crafty Soiree.

  21. So cute….Thanks for linking up @CountryMommaCooks…..hope to see you again tonight and have a wonderful weekend:)

  22. Love the textures!

  23. OMG – how cute is this! Thanks for sharing, you have so many wonderful ideas and projects. Love to see what you’ve been up too..wishing you a wonderful Easter weekend!

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