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Putting together a mason jar gift for the paint lover on your list is easy with my suggestions! Plus, there are over 30 more ideas for everyone else on your gift list too!
I’m so excited for today’s Blog Hop with over 30 fun creative bloggers, as we share our Mason Jar Christmas Gift Ideas with you!
You’ve seen those “gift in a jar” ideas on Pinterest, right? Whether yes or no – we have you covered!
Mason Jar Gift for the Paint Lover!
My theme today is for the paint lover on your list! Hmmm… this one was easy for me, because I love to paint and know what I’d love to receive!
This is a great gift for someone crafty, as it’s almost like putting together an entire craft kit for them to enjoy!
I’ve gathered up some of my favorites that fit nicely into a large mason jar!
A – Three bottles of chalky finish paint from DecoArt
B – One bottle of chalkboard paint from DecoArt
C – Recycled plastic lids to use as mini paint trays — just wash and reuse!
D – A lint-free white rag, great to use to wipe up dust from sanding chalky finish paint — just wash and reuse!
E – A nice selection of artist brushes. I found these at Michaels!
F – Foam brushes, which you can find just about everywhere.
G – Adhesive-backed stencils. I took these stencils and cut them up to fit inside the jar.
H – Stencil brushes – also found at Michaels.
I – Washi tape is not just for crafting! Use it to mask off areas when you’re painting too!
J – Find a meaningful embellishment in the jewelry aisle. This one is perfect to wrap onto the mason jar!
I removed the inner lid of the mason jar screw-on top, so that the brushes could stick out of the top.
I used basic white ribbon to wrap around the outside of the jar, threaded through the Create metal embellishment.
Tip: When you’re loading up the mason jar, make sure everything is facing “outward” so that the contents can be seen easily no matter the angle!
I tied lots of pretty ribbons together onto the mason jar for a little decoration.
I resisted the urge to paint the mason jar – which you know I love doing – as I think the gift recipient can paint the jar any way they want to with their new supplies!
This is such a fun gift idea for anyone crafty on your list!
Even more Mason Jar Gift Ideas!
Click on the links below to see all of the other mason jar gift ideas for everyone on your list! It’s such a fun blog hop, and you’ll get tons of ideas for gift giving!
Domestically Speaking – Yesterday on Tuesday – Cupcakes and Crinoline – Inspiration for Moms – Petticoat Junktion – Morena’s Corner – Our Southern Home – 504 Main – Kleinworth & Co. – Major Hoff Takes a Wife – Just Us Four – My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia – Debbie Doo’s – Refresh Restyle – Kaleidoscope of Colors – Tried & True – Town and Country Living – Stone Gable – Redhead Can Decorate – The Silly Pearl – Uncommon Designs – An Extraordinary Day – Restoration Redoux – Dukes and Duchesses – My Creative Days – Hymns and Verses – It’s Overflowing – The Scrap Shoppe – Simply Kelly Designs