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4th of July Mason Jar Snackies

These 4th of July Mason Jar Snackies are great for your upcoming 4th of July picnics.  Gather the kids together and decorate an assortment of treat-filled Mason Jars and bring them to your Independence Day gathering.  Mason Jar craft ideas like this are great for kids of all ages and this is a fun way to craft (and cook!) with your little ones!

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4th of July Mason Jar Snackies

 

Materials:

  • ‘Me and My Peeps’ fabric (available at Jo-Ann Fabrics stores)
  • Buttons Galore Patriotic Mix
  • Embroidery floss
  • Pinking shears
  • Tombow markers

 

Instructions:

  1. Laura traced a bowl on the fabric to get a circle then cut it out with her pinking shears and put it on the jar to seal the snack mix.

    4th of July Mason Jar Snackies
     
  2. Then she made gift cards by doodling with her black Sharpie marker and coloring with her Tombow markers.  She punched a hole in them and threaded embroidery floss through to tie them to the jar lids.

    4th of July Mason Jar Snackies
     
  3. They are so adorable and will make awesome hostess gifts for Fourth of July picnics!

    4th of July Mason Jar Snackies

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This is such a darling idea and I would love to hand these out to all the kids on the block at a neighborhood party for the 4th. This project would be a wonderful one to sell thru a village or city chamber of commerce to raise funds for the 4th of July finding committees! This would fly off the shelves for a fundraiser! Thank you for a super idea!

Fun project. I love Laura's doodles and her fabric.

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