Gifts in Jars: Homemade Cookie Mixes, Soup Mixes, Candles, Lotions, Teas, and More! (Paperback)

Gifts in Jars: Homemade Cookie Mixes, Soup Mixes, Candles, Lotions, Teas, and More! By Natalie Wise Cover Image
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Learn to make dozens of unique gifts packaged perfectly in glass jars of various shapes and sizes. Do you have an aspiring gardener on your list? Make a “plant bomb” jar with your favorite flower seeds or an adorable terrarium featuring easy-to-grow air plants. Headed to a bridal shower? Pamper your friend with a manicure kit or mint mojito lip scrub. Who wouldn’t love some homemade sugar cookie mix or healthy and delicious granola in an attractive and reusable jar?

Glass jars are easy to come by, cute, and incredibly versatile. Fill them with customized treasures to delight anyone on your list. Projects include:

Light-Up Fairy Jar
Barbecue Rub
Hot Fudge Topping
Snowglobe Scenes
Vanilla Citrus Sugar Hand Scrub
Citronella Oil Lamp
Bird Feeder
And more!

Complete with tips for decorating jars, suggestions for gift tags, and inspiring full-color photographs, Gifts in Jars is here to make your holiday gift list a whole lot more fun.

About the Author


Natalie Wise is a Dartmouth-educated poet, author, and style expert known as “Professional Sunshine.” She is all about pink lipstick, big sunglasses, her trademark #caffeinecrazy when she drinks coffee, and creating happy things for happy people. She lives in Brattleboro, Vermont.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781510719743
ISBN-10: 1510719741
Publisher: Skyhorse
Publication Date: October 18th, 2016
Pages: 132
Language: English

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