This post was sponsored by Keurig® as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. Let’s make a pretty little Mini Mason Jar Christmas Ornament.
Sunday was one of my favorite times of the year. Why? Because it was Fall Back Day and Daylight Savings has ended! I love getting my extra hour back and the earlier nights. It’s perfect because the kids actually go to bed an hour earlier since that’s what they’re used to doing!
You know what that means? Mom gets an extra hour to craft! I sat down with a cup of coffee, and I whipped up the cutest little dollar store ornaments last night. They’re Mini Mason Jar Christmas Ornaments. I am totally giving these as gifts.
With the help of the new Keurig® K-Select™ coffee maker have some friends over for coffee and dessert. Or make some care packages for soldiers or local first responders. Or give yourself some relaxing “me” time like I did and make some crafts to give as gifts.
We have a little joke in my house that I like my cream with a little coffee. One of my little indulgences is using my Keurig® to make an amazing cup of coffee. I also like to add some extras like flavored syrups or sweetener and always some heavy cream.
I just got a new Keurig® to replace an older one. It’s the new Keurig® K-Select™ coffee maker. It now has a Strong Brew Button that creates a bolder, more personalized cup of coffee. As soon as I pulled mine out of the box, I had to try the strong brew, and it’s delicious!
Then, I grabbed my cup of coffee, fancied it up, and then headed to the craft room to get to work. I love making homemade treats and eats and packing them up all pretty with a homemade Christmas ornament. Here’s how to make this one:
Mini Mason Jar Christmas Ornament
- dollar store mason jar Christmas ornament
- tiny fake trees
- fake snow
- hot glue gun
First, hot glue about 3 trees to the lid of the mason jar Christmas ornament.
Next, add a small amount of fake snow to the clear plastic mason jar. You’ll probably only need to add about a layer 1/2 inch in height.
Then, screw the lid back on and flip the mason jar over to make the snow cover the bottom of the trees.
Voila! Your little ornament is done. Make several just like this to give as gifts!