Mason Jar Pineapple and Tags
Pineapples make me smile. I’m not sure if it’s because I’m Hawaiian and pineapples remind me of that tropical paradise or because I love to eat them! In any case, pineapples are HOT right now and with school starting up, I thought a fun teacher gift was in order.
Basic Supplies: Pint sized mason jar, Plutonium spray paint in Limon Cillo, DecoColor Oil Based Paint Pen (fine tip) in black and faux succulent. I filled the jar up with Starburst candy but of course, you could use any type of treat.
You’ll also need a oval or circle vinyl shape. I used my old Creative Memories Custom Cutting system! I have gotten so much use out of it over the past 15+ years. You can still find the oval shape and blades on ebay.
Step 1: Stick the vinyl shape on the jar and spray paint it yellow.
Step 2: Remove vinyl.
Step 3: Make triangle shapes on the jar with the paint pen.
Here’s what it looks like post-drawing.
Step 4: Add some candy to the jar.
Step 5: Print and cut out pineapple tags.
Printable Pineapple Tags
Grab your Sweet School Year Pineapple Tags here. Just click the link, save to your computer and print!
Step 6: Finish filling up jar and add succulent. Attach tag.
Fun, right? This would be a great gift idea for teachers and school staff.
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