Halloween Treat Sticks and Container from Mason Jar

I've have been wanting to make some cute lil Halloween Treat Sticks. I also wanted to try these super easy and cute Mason Jar containers. I believe I found the "how to" for the jars on a link that I found on TipJunkie.

Keep holding on to your seats because some SU projects are coming SOON! I'm so excited about these Stampin' Up products...I know you'll be on fire when you see the awesome stuff they have and how CHEAP the items are to buy.

I cut these cuties from the Mini Monsters Cart at 3". I'm taking orders on these for treats for Halloween. I've also offered them as Birthday part treats (just gotta change the toppers).
 Small Tutorial on Mason Jar Containers.

Start with any jars. One of these is an empty pickle jar ;0) Clean 'em up.

Spray outside of jar with Valspar Frosting Spray found in the paint aisle with the other spray paints. A light coat will do. It's REALLY easy and dries within a few minutes. I like it when I can keep on and do not have to wait for something to set up or dry :0P

After the jar dries, decorate any way you want. I cut this vinyl decor from Mini Monsters at 2".
Looks GREAT when paired with the treat sticks. I'm gonna send my lil ones treat sticks in a similar container as a keep sake gift for the teacher ;0)

Here's a pic with a tea light candle inside. I've also thought about making my own candle stuff and filling the jar then decorating. Hmmm, food for thought. I plan on making a lot of these as Christmas gifts.

1" x 8" Cellophane Bag - by Stampin' Up!
1" x 8" Cellophane Bag - by Stampin' Up!  
Item 124134       $2.50 pack of 50




Creative M said...

Super Duper Cute!!Awesome !!!TFS
Have a wonderful day,

Mary J said...

Hello Beckie honey! That is so clever! I gotta try that! I lvoe your cute jar of yumminess!!

Karen said...

Love this! Adorable!

Creations by Shirl said...

You are amazing Beckie! love those stick treats and that mason jar is awesome.....

Tracy said...

Your project is adorable Beckie! I love the look of that frosted pain on the jars. :-) Thanks so much for your visit to my blog! Have a great week!

Holly said...

Thanks for the great idea Becky! Miss your cheerful-self over at FCCB. Hope you're doing well-Holly :-)

Norma said...

WOW! love the frosted jars and will have to try this and how cute are those treats and great way to use those cello bags!! Fantastic!

Lisa said...

These are so stinkin' adorable, Beckie!! Love, love them!! And thank you so much for the goodies...I got them today and LOVE them!! You did not have to do that but I appreciate it so much my friend!! Thanks again and have a great day :)

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Tameko said...

Great project!

TwinkleToes2day said...

Love the frosted glass jar idea. Will use for Christmas gifts - thanks :0)

Shelly said...

OH WOW OH WOW! I love these! I want to make some for Halloween and put them on my porch! Thank you for the inspiration!