DIY Tuesday: Mason Jar Prize Pack Ideas

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DIY Tuesday: Mason Jar Prize Pack Ideas

As an event planner, I am always searching for ways to honor guests and provide them with something they can take home and enjoy. I LOVE giving and creating swag for events.When I saw this amazing DIY for bridesmaids’ gifts, I thought of all the ways this could be redone and all the events that it would be amazing for. For this particular gift pack, One Reputation’s Aisle Files, included cotton balls, mini nail polish remover, nail file, mini manicure set, nail polish, and other items needed for an at home manicure.

You can take it to another level by creating and customizing this idea. Here are some ideas to think about:

    • Baby shower- fill jar with items that represent the sex of the baby
    • Fundraiser- fill jar with items that represent the organization or cause such as a pedometer, nutrition bar, sweat band, and t-shirt for a cause supporting fitness and health
    • Gardening- fill jar with seed packets, instructions, and mini gardening tools
    • Cinco de Mayo- Margarita Mix anyone?
    • Graduation- fill mason jar with well wishes, quotes, pictures, gift cards and advice for the graduate who is about to embark on a journey of self-discovery
    • It’s also a pretty clever way to gift gift cards. For example, fill the far with mini packets of candy, popcorn, and chocolate then add a movie gift card!

 

One Reputation bridesmaid gift jar

What you’ll need:

Mason Jar (size depends on the items you will use)

Decorative ribbon, fabric, or bows

Contents that represent your event, cause, or personality

Silver permanent marker

Imagination

There is no limit to what you can do with this DIY. I always tell my client’s that the best swag are those that not only would they like, but also tells a great story of who they are. Try this DIY the next time you get stumped with gift giving or as a way to thank your guests for their support at your next event!

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  • Krista
    Reply

    What size jar was used for this particular gift?

    • thesoabrand
      Reply

      It looks like a quarter sized jar, but I’d go with a half pint sized.

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