The Best Jar Gifts to Make This Year


Need a few more gift ideas? While we’re happy to provide you with lots of gift guide options, sometimes a good ‘ol homemade gift is just what you need! We’ve pulled our favorite jar gifts to give you plenty of quick and easy ideas sure to please! From teacher gifts to gift exchanges with your friends or co-workers, there’s a little something for everyone!

jar gifts

1. Cocoa & Marshmallows


About as delicious as they come, this cocoa recipe sounds amazing!

2. Lucky Day Soup

lucky day soup full jars

Dinner in a jar? Yes, please! This Lucky Day Soup sounds delicious!

3. Chocolate Chip Quick Bread
chocolate chip quickbread

Quick bread in a bottle? They’re gonna love it!

4. Sugar Scrub
sugar scrub

Gypsy’s Melting Pot

Peppermint sugar scrub sounds divine! (And like the perfect homemade gift!)

5. Baker’s Delight
loves to bake

The Gunny Sack

How adorable is this little baking set? Plus, very practical for all the holiday baking that is sure to happen!

6. Sewing Kit
diy sewing kit

Smashed Peas and Carrots

Both practical and adorable! You can customize this sewing kit however you’d like!

7. Andes Mint Cookies

andes mint cookies

Now this is a jar gift I can get behind! Andes Mint Dark Chocolate Cookies sound like Christmas dream come true!

8. Caramel Apple in a Jar
caramel apple in a jar

The Gunny Sack

Taking your favorite teacher an apple? They’ll love this Caramel Apple jar even more!

9. Golf in a Jar
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504 Main

Your favorite golfer will love this fun gift! Filled with golf balls, tiny pencils, a ball marker, etc. Get creative!

10. Manicure in a Jar


I know I’d love to receive a gift like this! Nail polishes, cotton swabs, hand cream- so many great items you could add!

A roundup of the best jar gifts to make this year

Originally published December 17, 2015

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Jamie loves a little black dress, chips and salsa, and is obsessed with subscription boxes. She tries to maintain an air of sophisticated city life while actually living next to a wheat field. Or is it alfalfa? Corn? She doesn’t know. You can find her blogging about style and shopping at JK Style. She lives in rural Oklahoma with her husband and baby boy.

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