Valentine Mason Jar Gifts

Valentine Mason Jar Gifts & Blog Hop

60 DIY Valentine Ideas #DIYValentine

Valentine’s Day is less than a month away… so we bloggers have come together to give you 60 DIY Valentine Ideas!  Whether you’re looking for kid’s valentines to pass out in class or thoughtful Valentines to give to friends as gifts… we’ve got it all! Because I am such a Mason Jar fanatic… I wanted to share a Valentine Mason Jar Gift idea.

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

If you have some empty spaghetti jars, you have the makings of a cute Valentine’s Day gift!

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

This is a good example of the fact you don’t need to spend a lot of money to create a pretty and thoughtful gift.

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

Supplies: Spray paint in bright colors, Mason Jars (mine were spaghetti sauce jars that I cleaned up), vinyl (you can use scraps), a heart template if you have one (or you can hand draw), ribbon, tags, stickers or a red pen. And.. you’ll want a big bag of conversation hearts.

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

Step 1: Cut hearts out of vinyl or better yet, vinyl scraps.

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

Step 2: Apply the vinyl to the jars.

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

Step 3: Spray paint the jars (may take a few coats).

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

Step 4: Remove the vinyl.

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

Step 5: Add ribbon and candy.

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

Step 6: Make tags that resemble the messages on conversation hearts.

Valentine Conversation Hearts Mason Jar Gift Idea from http://yesterdayontuesday.com

That’s just one idea.. here are tons more!

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Comments

    • Malia says

      Hi Denise… the vinyl just came right off. I didn’t do anything special. It didn’t leave a residue. Thanks so much for stopping by!

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