Wine Lover's Gift In a Jar


Mason jar crafts are a great option for anyone who's on a tight budget. This Wine Lover's Gift In a Jar is cheap to create but so thoughtful. Fill the jar with wine glass charms, bottle openers and more. Since Mason jar gifts are so easy to make, you can actually create a bunch and give them out as personalized favors. This would be a great giveaway after a bachelorette or birthday party. You could even give these to friends before heading out for a wine tasting celebration.


Materials List

  • Empty ball jar
  • Wine bottle opener
  • Patterned paper and scissors
  • Ribbon or lace
  • Lollipop Letters and numbers from ImpressArt
  • Stamping Blank Cube from ImpressArt
  • Stamping Blank tag from ImpressArt
  • Hammer and Stamping block from ImpressArt
  • Washi tape
  • Black acrylic paint
  • Pliers
  • Jump ring
  • Hoop earring bases
  • Wine bottle stopper base


  1. Start by stamping a different number on each tag.

  2. Add paint to the impressions and wipe off the extra.

  3. Add a jump ring to the tag and then to the hoop earring base to create wine glass charms.

  4. Now stamp the initials of your hostess into three cubes on each of the four sides.

  5. Add paint and then remove the excess.

  6. String the cubes onto the stopper.

  7. Now add some tissue paper into the jar.

  8. Add in your charms, cork screw, and stopper.

  9. Use the lid as a template and cut out some patterned paper to add to the lid.

  10. Screw on the lid with the paper and then tie on some fun ribbon around the lid.

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I see nothing about tags or cubes in the materials. This sounds like a cute idea, but the instructions/materials list is a bit incomplete.

Considering I am not a big wine drinker or a drinker of anything alcoholic period. So this is very useful for me as I have friends who do like wine, and I never know what to get them as gifts besides wine! This should surprise and impress them. But I just am having trouble understanding about the hammer and stamping? Are there any pictures of this anywhere.


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