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Winter Candy Jar Gnome Bottles

By: Erin Reed from Erin Reed Makes
Winter Candy Jar Gnome Bottles

"Gnomes are all the rage, and they are super easy to make with a jar, some felt, and glue!! This is a great project to upcycle those bottles you have left from dressing or BBQ sauce!! Etch the outside of the jars to make them "frosty" or just leave them plain, and then add your favorite candies or treats as a cute gift to a friend. You can even make these gnomes with full bottles to give as a gift, such a as a bottle of wine!"

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


Materials List

  • bottles
  • etching solution
  • felt
  • faux fur
  • wood bead
  • scissors
  • candies


  1. Clean empty jars of labels inside and out

  2. Etch the outside of the glass jars with etching solution to make them look "frosty"

  3. cut the felt into a square and roll into a cone and glue.

  4. Add a little faux fur to the front of the cone and glue on the wood bead for a nose.

  5. Fill the jars with candies and pup the gnome onto the top!

  6. Full video tutorial here -

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