31 Days of Homemade Holidays! Day 17:Snowman Milk Jar


I am used to stores having all their Christmas decorations out as soon as summer is over, but it’s a different thing when it’s happening in your own house!  It’s only October and we already have one small tree up and my boys want Christmas music playing all the live long day…especially Jingle Bells….oh, so much Jingle Bells.  Truly, we are having a lot of fun with this series, it’s just hard to remember that it’s only October!

Anyway, on to today’s Holiday project!  Day 17: Snowman Milk Jar!

Supplies:

Mason jars

Parmesan cheese lids (black or blue if you can find them)

Black and Orange Glitter Fun Foam (with peel and stick back makes it real easy!)

Small black buttons

Hot glue gun and glue sticks

First of all, did you know that parmesan cheese lids fit on Mason Jars??  I don’t know why that is so exciting to me…but it just is!  :-)  I found the black lid on cheese from Sam’s Club and the blue lids are on the reduced fat parmesan at Wal-mart.

So, to start, cut ovals from the black foam and  triangles from the orange foam.  Peel and stick (or hot glue) them to the jar.

Then, hot glue five small buttons on for the mouth.

Now you are ready to add milk, the lid and a straw!

Snowman Milk Jars!  So fun!

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8 thoughts on “31 Days of Homemade Holidays! Day 17:Snowman Milk Jar

  1. Oh! So fun to know I have a follower in the UK! I followed your Pinterest boards as well and pinned your Soap Dispenser Jar, pretty sure I am going to have to do that myself!!

  2. So glad you found me. I’ll have to check out your 31 days series! Thanks for visiting and linking up at Romance on a dime.

  3. Hi there. The current Food on Friday is all about Christmas! It would be great if you linked in any Xmas favourites you have. This is the link . Have a good week.

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