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I already finished the one in the background. This next one has a lid meant for canning so I'm going to pretty it up a bit.

I already finished the one in the background. This next one has a lid meant for canning so I'm going to pretty it up a bit.

Put the inside part of the lid on your paper or card. Trace around and cut out.

Put the inside part of the lid on your paper or card. Trace around and cut out.

This step is optional if you don't have a paper punch.

This step is optional if you don't have a paper punch.

Put your paper circle into the outer ring and reassemble the lid.

Put your paper circle into the outer ring and reassemble the lid.

Grab your jar , glue, glitter, and figurine now. This e-6000 glue really is the best. Make sure you get the transparent kind.

Grab your jar , glue, glitter, and figurine now. This e-6000 glue really is the best. Make sure you get the transparent kind.

Put a ring of glue around the inside of the lid. Mine got a little messy. That's the only thing I would change about this glue, it comes out of the tube all crazy sometimes. Put the lid on the jar.

Put a ring of glue around the inside of the lid. Mine got a little messy. That's the only thing I would change about this glue, it comes out of the tube all crazy sometimes. Put the lid on the jar.

Next, cut a pretty long piece of twine.

Next, cut a pretty long piece of twine.

These little jars are getting trees in them. Waiting for the paint to dry on the lids. They were jelly jars & had writing on the lids, that's why they're getting painted.

These little jars are getting trees in them. Waiting for the paint to dry on the lids. They were jelly jars & had writing on the lids, that's why they're getting painted.

You can put anything you want in these jars. I found my trees and lamp posts at hobby lobby in the doll house section.

K, have fun and be creative with it. These make cute gifts.

  • Recycled jars (washed & dried)
  • E-6000 glue
  • Twine, ribbon, or string
  • Scissors
  • Glitter
  • Paint and brush
  • Little figurines
  • Scrap paper or last year's Christmas cards
  • Our gift tags we made before