What a fun and easy gift for dad on Father's Day. A container FULL of Hershey Kisses. If Dad has a sweet tooth he's going to love this gift! Showing above are 4 different ways to decorate these glass jars. The sky's the limit on how you can decorate it. A bit of ribbon, twine and cardstock is all it takes.
I love this glass jar. It's the perfect size for this gift. (Picked it up at Deseret Book to use for Christmas gifts) We backed the "Kisses" label with a masculine cardstock in brown and light brown and added a matching orange grosgrain ribbon.
We used a caning jar (Mason Jar) for this one. We know that a lot of you have canning jars at home and using them would make this project even easier! Once again, you could use ribbon or twine. We used a solid brown cardstock to back the label.
We also cut out a circle of brown polkadot cardstock the same size as the jar's lid and put it on top of the lid....didn't like the way the gold lid looked. I think it just finished it.
The labels measures 2.6" tall and 11" wide. Be sure to keep that in mind when looking for a container.
We went with a orange stripe cardstock and a solid brown cardstock for this one. We love the solid colored twine and wrapped it around the lid with a tag. We used four different colors of brown in the words to give you more options when matching the cardstock and ribbon to the label.
This is another jar from Hobby Lobby, You can always find them sometime during the month at half price which makes them around $3.00. We used a cardstock with writing on it and a solid brown cardstock for the back piece and used both solid brown and orange twine around the bottle. I like layering multiple pieces of cardstock.
When you put the label around the container you might have a gap between the label ends. If so, just cut another piece of paper the width and height of your paper and adhere it to the label. Cut it a little bit wider than the gap.
We are also including a sheet of round "To and From" labels. You may not need a tag but just in case....... we've got you covered. Use a 2" or a 1.5" round paper punch.
This would be a great gift for the kid's to give Dad! They could even help put it together.
Both labels and tag are available here