Saturday, November 24, 2012

Personalized Holiday Gift by Amy

I wanted to make something personalized and different for my mom and aunt as a Christmas gift this year. I went to Hobby Lobby (my new addiction) for inspiration and found these items.
I started by transferring the letteres to the jars and then hot gluing the jars to the candle sticks.
I also picked up two wooden knobs I spray painted black and then added ribbon.

I plan to add either candy or small ornament balls inside. I love how it turned out and you can add different decor inside the jar for different holidays.I bought the candle sticks on sale: the total project was under $30.

Thanks for stopping by

Amy!


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15 comments:

  1. What a sweet gift idea Amy! I think your mom and aunt will be tickled!

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  2. The knobs on the top along with the ribbon add a perfect finishing touch. The monogram is a great way to add personalization. They will love it...unless they've already seen the blog and then, of course, they probably already do love them.

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  3. They're like DIY Apothecary jars. Love it!

    I need to get myself to a Hobby Lobby one of these days... :)

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  4. Those are cute. They could use them as candles too. I sure hope they don't read your blog ;)

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  5. Luv these jars! I vote for filling them with candy! I'm your newest follower and I look forward to catching up on your older posts. Hope you can hop over for a visit to http:://altered-artworks.blogspot.com and say hello.
    Doreen

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  6. Love this idea!! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Great idea! They turned out really cool!

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  8. Amy I love those! They look so classy and the wooden knobs on top really finish them off nicely! Way to go!

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  9. This is adorable! I'd love it if you stopped by my blog and shared this on my linky party! http://accidentallywonderful.blogspot.com/2012/11/now-co-hosting-inspiration-spotlight.html

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  10. So cute - such a great idea!! Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime.

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  11. These are beautiful, thanks for linking them up!
    http://www.joyfulhomemaking.com/2012/12/welcome-to-think-tank-thursday-8.html

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  12. What a neat idea, Megan!!
    Thanks so much for linking up last week at The Humble Brag!!
    The Silhouette Cameo giveaway is still going strong and you can get MORE ENTRIES by signing up for link party email reminders, sharing the giveaway on FB with your readers, and linking up again. Hope to see you there tomorrow.

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