20 Amazing Mason Jar Gift Ideas

I love mason jars. I even use them as glasses in my home. If you love mason jars as much as I do, you’re going to love these ideas! These gift ideas are good for Christmas or any time of year.

Also, keep your young people busy this December by download a free Advent calendar and 25 Christmas printables, ranging from activity books to coloring sheets, games, and more.

Spa Pedicure Gift in a Jar via A Night Owl Blog

Pancake Mix in a Jar via The Pinning Mama

Pork Rub Gift in a Jar via Cincy Shopper

Santa Gift in a Jar via The Country Chic Cottage

Cookie Mix in a Jar via Simply Stacie

Mason Jar Terrarium via Oh My Creative

Peppermint Hot Chocolate Gift in a Jar via Everyday Savvy

Chocolate Peppermint Cake in a Jar via Sarah’s Cucina Bella

Peppermint Sugar Scrub in a Jar via Cincy Shopper

Mason Jar Salted Caramel Coffee Mug Cake via Sunny with a Chance of Sprinkles

Pineapple Blueberry Granola via Flour on my Face

Oatmeal Cookie Hand Scrub via A Mom’s Take

Mason Jar Sugar Cookie Mix via Uncommon Designs

Almond Joy Gift in a Jar via Busy Being Jennifer

Pressed Flower Mason Jar Candles via Garden Matter

Mason Jar Hot Cocoa Gift via Dukes and Duchesses

DIY Cupcake Mason Jar Gift Idea via 5 Minutes for Mom

Christmas Potpourri in a Jar via The Crafting Chicks

Holiday Candy Cane Sugar Scrub via Sarah Titus

M&M Cookie Mix in a Jar via Celebrating Sweets

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Sara Elizabeth

Sara Elizabeth is a Christian homeschooling mom to 7 and a Family Herbalist. Having both neurotypical and special needs children, ranging from preschool through high school, she not only understands the unique challenges of teaching several children with different learning styles and abilities, she has experience balancing therapy schedules with family life. Her passions include sharing home remedies, homeschooling tips, encouraging mothers and most importantly, making it all less intimidating.

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