Easy Rudolph Gift Jar
An adorably easy Rudolph Gift Jar, perfect for your gift-giving this holiday!
I’m kind of in love with these super cute gift jars. They are SERIOUSLY cute and festive, and even more so in person! Best of all, they take just a few minutes to put together, which in my book, makes them perfection. They’re perfect for neighbors, teachers, friends, and more!
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RUDOLPH GIFT JAR
-brown cardstock or pipe cleaners
–black vinyl or cardstock (or google eyes)
*Fill your jar or milk bottle with Whoppers. I found my cute jar with the red lid at Target’s One Spot, and they often have cute jars for $1. It’s a great place to look! You can also spray paint your lid red, or even use a cute red patterned washi tape around the ring.
*I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out antlers out of brown cardstock, and washi tape to attach them to the back of the lid. You could also use brown pipe cleaners instead, or trace your child’s handprints on brown cardstock and cut them out.
*The red nose is cardstock, and the eyes are black vinyl dots that I used a hole punch to cut them out with. Other alternatives for the nose are red vinyl or even a red pom-pom, and you could use google eyes or black cardstock instead of the black vinyl for the eyes. It really is a great project in that way, because there are so many different options and you can use what you have.
And that’s it! So simple and easy, and SO darling. That’s my favorite combination, especially during the busy holidays.
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- 25 Days of Family Christmas Activities + FREE Printables!
- Christmas Lights Scavenger Hunt!
- Peppermint Striped Candlesticks
Kierste Wade is a published author, blogger, and mom to six. With more than 20 years DIY and project experience, she has been sharing ideas on her blog since 2009. Focusing on simple and doable projects, she loves to share attainable ideas for all things home, holidays, and family. Kierste has been featured on Better Homes and Gardens, HGTV, American Farmhouse Magazine (print and online) Taste of Home, Country Living, and more.