These adorable Easter Bunny Mason Jars are a quick and easy Easter craft that’s sure to bring a smile to your face!
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Easy Easter Mason Jars
These cute Easter mason jars are a sweet way to deliver a little bit of springtime cheer to your loved ones! Fill them with candy, fresh flowers, a DIY candle or homemade sugar scrub for a quick and easy gift idea that’s sure to be a huge hit!
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Supplies Used for Easter Bunny Mason Jars:
- Pint-Sized Mason Jars
- Removable Adhesive Vinyl and an Electronic Cutting Machine (I recommend the Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo)*
- Chalky Finish Paint or Spray Paint
- Assorted Ribbon and/or Lace for Trim
- Flower Mason Jar Lid, optional
* Note: If you don’t have an electronic cutting machine, you can also purchase vinyl bunny stickers here!
How to Make Easter Bunny Treat Jars:
- Start with clean glass mason jars and vinyl stickers. Apply the stickers to the smooth side of the jar, pressing firmly on the edges to make sure they completely adhere to the glass.
- Apply a coat of Chalky Finish paint to the jars, painting over the vinyl stickers as well.
- Allow the paint to dry for 2 minutes and then carefully peel up the vinyl stickers while the paint is still slightly wet. (Note: Spray paint will also work; however, when using spray paint, make sure to paint the jars upside down so that no paint gets inside of the jar!)
- Add a ribbon or some lace trim, and it’s all ready for gifting. Easy peasy!
There are so many ways that you can use these cute Easter treat jars! They would make a lovely hostess gift for Easter festivities or a super sweet teacher gift as you head into Spring Break! No matter how you decide to use these (whether you gift them away or keep them to decorate your own home!), they’re always a huge hit!
Sandra A. says
Hi.. they are adorable.. but you mention the # of silhouette from the store, but what store I can find the bunnies silhouette please? Thank you.
Hi Sandra, the bunny shapes can be found online in the Silhouette Store – they are shape cutting files for the Silhouette brand electronic cutting machines.
Love this idea! What size mason jar did you use?
I used pint sized mason jars, but you can make them with any size! The flower cut out lids are made for standard mouth jars and will fit pint and quart sized jars.
These are great! Where did you get the lids? It looks like they have a fun cut out.
You can find them on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2lbKcJf!
Jill Weller says
Love these jars so simple but so so so effective thank you
Just gorgeous! What a cute gift, I still have two easter gifts to make…going to find the paint! Thanks 🙂
I just love these cute easter jars 🙂 I was just wonduring, how did you do the pattern on the lid?
I bought the lids here: http://amzn.to/21DZFW5 🙂
Kathryn Griffin @TheDedicatedHouse says
Those are just way too cute! Thanks for sharing! You are one of the features at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House! Yes, I’m finally back to blogging. Here is the link to this week’s bash. http://www.thededicatedhouse.com/2015/04/make-it-pretty-monday-week-133.html Have a lovely week. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse
Michelle @ A Dish of Daily Life says
How cute are these?!! What a fun idea for Easter! Thanks for sharing them with us at #FoodieFriDIY!
Hi! Stopping by from the Home Matters Linky Party! Oh my goodness, these are so very cute! I love this idea and I love how you used this post as a way to share other content! 🙂
Cydnee/Tampa Cake Girl says
I love these Easter Bunnt treat jars! So fun and festiveThank you very much for joining in the celebration of #purebloglove, we enjoy having you each week. I hope to see you on Thursday at 8PM, EST through Sunday night. ~Cydnee !
This looks soooo cute!! I love it 🙂
Lou Lou Girls says
Hello beautiful! I’m just stopping by to let you know that your jars were Kimberly’s favorite at our last party and we will be featuring it, at our party, Monday at 7. Happy dance time! Happy Easter! Lou Lou Girls
These are so cute! Thanks so much for the tip about turning the jar upside down before spray painting. Thanks for sharing!
What a cute quick and easy project!
Steph @ Crafting in the Rain says
Super cute–the trims tied on them are just perfect!
Thanks Steph! 🙂
I have a ton of these jars at home, I should make some for this season, they are so cute! Thanks for sharing.
seriously? Hi, how many do you have? I´ve been trying to find them for ages. Where are you from? Could you possibly sell me some? K.H
laura londergan says
this is so stinkin cute! Love it!
These are so cute Heidi! I love crafting with jars. I think they need to be the cover photo of my jars pinterest board. 🙂