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Groovy and Personalized Jars

By: Lisa Mason from Groovy Gifts

These jars make for great gifts any time of the year. You can personalize them with a name or embellishment. These can be for adults or kids so start on your Christmas crafting and get decorative.



  • Mason jars with lids
  • Grosgrain Ribbon
  • Glossy premium photo paper
  • Xyron 1.5” create-a-sticker (or anything that can put an adhesive on the back of your ribbon)
  • Xyron 9” Creative Station (or anything that can put an adhesive on the back of your paper)
  • Scissors, paper trimmer and X-acto knife
  • Computer (optional- for creating the designs)


  1. Create your design. The Groovy Gift does this on the computer but you could use an old picture, child’s artwork or a piece of paper and markers. Ensure that your picture is the correct size for your jar.
  2. Print the picture on Glossy Premium Photo Paper.
  3. Feed the picture through the Creative Station.
  4. Trim all unnecessary parts away.
  5. Adhere the picture to the jar.
  6. Feed the ribbon through the Create-A-Sticker.
  7. Apply the ribbon to the lid.
  8. Enjoy your completed Groovy Gift!

*Lisa, the contributor of this project sells jars through her website so if you're interested in making this craft and need design or style ideas, you can check out her site at

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Good ideas for money saving .....

If you are not an artist, you can draw or paint a tree on a piece of paper and place it on the inside of the glass jar or vase to follow the lines. It would beat drawing it freehand.


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