How to make cute mason jars with cookie mix to give as gifts. This includes a FREE printable for gift tags.
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I really have a “thing” for consumable gifts- particularly ones stored in mason jars because *yay!* mason jars. My friend Charlee gave me a mason jar with cookie mix at one point and it was so perfect for that day when we had NO sweets in the house. It saved the day!
Supplies for DIY Cookie Mix Mason Jar
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- Cake mix (1 box)
- Chocolate chips (1 cup)
- Baking powder (1 tsp)
- Pint Mason jars
- 6×6″ square of fabric cut with pinking shears
- FREE printable gift tags, available to subscribers.
DIY Cookie Mix Mason Jars for Gifts
This video explains how to make it or you can skip below to the photo tutorial:
Put your metal flat lid on, then take a square of fabric to place over it. You’ll cut this fabric with pinking shears to prevent fraying and make it look pretty. Take your lid and screw it on over it.
Add your ribbon and tag to let your gift receiver know what wet ingredients to add.
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