This post is sponsored by World Market.
Make these adorable DIY Easter Jars using a simple spice jar and paper! Fill with candy or other goodies to make the perfect Easter basket stuffer.
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If you loved my Easter Bookmarks earlier this week, then my guess is you’ll also love these DIY Easter Jars! I designed these in partnership with World Market as a DIY workshop for their stores (find your local store here!), and now I’m sharing this easy, fun Easter craft here with you today.
DIY Easter Jar Supplies
- Spice jars
- Pink, white, and orange card stock
- Glue dots
- Wiggly eyes
- Green crinkle filler
- Colored candy
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DIY Easter Jar Directions
Fill the spice jars with a little green crinkle at the bottom and top with candy. White for the bunny, any color you’d like for the chicks (I used yellow and blue but pink or green would be adorable as well!).
Print the PDF and cut out the template pieces and use them to trace out the shapes on the card stock. Cut your card stock pieces. If you have a Cricut or other electronic cutting machine, you can download the SVG files and cut using your cutter.
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Use glue dots to secure the two layers for the bunny ears. Use glue dots to stick the ears, nose, and wiggly eyes to the bunny jar, and the beak, feet, and eyes to the chicks.
I also came up with three totally fun Easter basket ideas using World Market’s amazing array of Easter products. I nestled one of my jars in each basket to show the versatility!
If you are making a candy-free basket (great for kids with allergies), you could fill the jar with colored crinkle, pom poms, or other brightly colored items.
Color Me Happy
A rainbow of colorful candy, Peeps, felt animals, a joke book and fun toys.
Fun and Games (can be made candy-free)
A fun-filled basket with a stuffed animal, games, books, and chalk.
Baking with Bunny
Hope you and yours have a very happy Easter this year!
Comments & Reviews
Cheryl at That's What Che Said... says
These are so adorable! I am going to make some for the boy’s teachers as a cute little Easter Gift! Thanks for the fun idea!