This post is sponsored by Newell Brands, Ball Fresh Preserving Products. All opinions are my own.
Create a Secret Santa Snack Jar Gift
Santa Clause is coming to town, and being a Secret Santa is so much fun. Creating a Secret Santa Snack Jar Gift to give to someone for the holidays is a great way to share your creativeness for the holiday’s.
Christmas is Coming
Christmas comes just once a year, so why not make it special for as many people as you can. You don’t have to spend a fortune to Create a Secret Santa gift, you just need to make it special and from the heart.
Receiving a Secret Santa Gift
I’ve partnered with Newell Brands, makers of Ball Fresh Preserving Products, for their Secret Santa gift exchange this year, and the fun part of participating in a Secret Santa gift from Angie from Country Chic Cottage and loved the Hawaii decorated jar filled with a yummy cookie recipe, I can’t wait to create these cookies and share them with my family.
I was so excited to receive my Secret Santa gift and loved the Hawaii decorated jar filled with a yummy cookie recipe, I can’t wait to create these cookies and share them with my family.
Create Your Own Secret Santa Jar
I created these fun snack jars for my Secret Santa recipient, using the Ball® Spiral Jars. Even if you’re pulling together a last-minute gift, these jars are a great option to give the gift a fun, unexpected look. They are easy to make and a delicious treat that she will get to enjoy while watching a Christmas movie or to just have out for her holiday guests to enjoy.
Ball® Collection Elite® Spiral Jars (I used 2)
Christmas Scrapbook Paper
Christmas Ribbon of Your Choice
Christmas Candy (Have fun with this)
Instant Hot Cocoa
There are so many ways to decorate your Secret Santa Jar, whether you paint it or use scrapbook paper, the receiver of our gift is going to love it.
Fill the first jar with all the Christmas candy, I filled it in layers, so you could see everything that was in there. For the second jar, I placed the hot cocoa inside the jar and then added the decorative straws. Place the marshmallows in a small zipper bag and place them on top of the hot cocoa.
To decorate the top of the jar, I cut out the scrapbook paper to the size of the inner circle of the lid and used the glue dots to stick the paper to the lid. I then closed the lid and tied a beautiful bow around the lid. This is an easy shoelace bow, be sure to use the wired ribbon for a pretty look. I add some stickers and a fun Holiday cutout to the outside of the jar.
If you are mailing the Secret Santa Snack Jars, be sure to bubble wrap them before sending them. I really hope my Secret Santa loves what I created for them.
Merry Christmas to you all and remember, giving is easy, and doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. Just get creative and have fun.