DIY Spa Day Gifts in a Jar

DIY Spa Day Gifts in a Jar
DIY Spa Day Gifts in a Jar

If you are looking for the ultimate hostess gift idea, look no further than these luxurious yet budget-friendly DIY Spa Day Gifts in a Jar. In this video, Stephenie Hamen joins us in the FaceCrafts studio to show you how to put together precious little mason jar crafts and gifts in a jar that your friends are sure to appreciate. These DIY craft ideas are ideal gifts for a busy lady in your life, because they give her an excuse to take some spa time just for herself. Easily personalized to fit any personality, these spa day gifts can include anything from nail polish to more involved face masks. No matter what you stuff in these gifts in a jar, they are sure to make a serious impact.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Large ball jar
  • Scissors and patterned paper
  • Ribbon or lace
  • Variety of spa goodies nail polish, mask packets, emery boards, etc.


  1. Fill the jar with all of the spa goodies, arranging them to look pretty and to be easy to see.

  2. Using the lid as a template, cut out some fun patterned paper to decorate the top.

  3. Put the lid with the paper onto the jar.

  4. Tie on some ribbon or lace to finish.

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Oh wow I love this super idea of a spa day in a jar for a gift idea for so many occasions. You can do this so inexpensive too by hitting the travel size area of your store or the dollar stores. Grab a few to keep on hand for last minute gift ideas for friends, family or giveaways. I love how she as made the lid cute. This would also be a great idea to put in a guest bedroom for visiting guests for a thoughtful idea and they can take it with them when they leave. Make a cute little card to let them know this is their gift to keep. I love this idea.

Great idea! Thanks

So uber-cute and easy to customize! Thanks for sharing this neat spin on the "cookie-in-a-jar" idea.


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