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    • Spa in a Jar

      Spa Jar Gift Idea In need of a little pampering, or know someone who is? Here's a super easy, inexpensive, yet very well received Jar gift idea suitable for many ages. This lovely spa jar contains . . .
      A wide variety of spa items. Here are a few filler ideas for your own Spa jar:

      You'll Need:

      a Mason Jar (wide mouth or regular, both work fine)
      A strip of scrapbook paper Or wrapping paper in a pretty design or Tissue Paper
      Print or hand-write a label for your jar

      Simply wrap the strip around the jar (it's okay if it doesn't fit the entire way, you'll be adding a cute label anyways!)

      Add your label, "Spa in a Jar"

      Then carefully add your "ingredients" one item at a time. It's helpful to use the eraser end of a pencil to hold other items down, particularly if you're using a regular mouthed mason jar, rather than a widemouth jar.

      What are your favorite Spa Jar ingredients?
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      Comments 11 Comments
      1. Suzymac's Avatar
        Very nice idea I think I'll try this as a Christmas gift
      1. Winddove's Avatar
        This is darling! I do think someone would be charmed with such a sweet gift. Thank you.
      1. jmmquilter's Avatar
        i love this idea. I am going to make a couple to have on hand for last minute gifts. it would also be very thoughtful to put one out for overnight guest.
      1. lmitchell's Avatar
        I plan on making this for a Christmas gift for my sister this year. Probably make one for my mom, too.
      1. tracy278's Avatar
        These would be great to make to sell at the Christmas bazaar. I never thought about this. Love.
      1. Lily627's Avatar
        Great idea! I think I will make some for the ladies at church. Love in a jar!
      1. mjwoodf's Avatar
        What a great idea! I'm going to make some of these for gifts too.
      1. reneemc's Avatar
        I always need extra gifts on hand this is a great idea
      1. Kim11571's Avatar
        This is perfect for my daughter's 10th birthday spa party as a goodie bag.
      1. chyatt73's Avatar
        I will be trying these soon!! VEry cute!
      1. weezie's Avatar
        I am going to try this for birthdays

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