Cookie Jar Christmas Craft

Christmas is TOMORROW!!!! Can you believe it?!?! Layla and I couldn’t resist one last “Christmas Craft” before it was too late. We met Friday morning at Hobby Lobby to pick up a few last minute items for our project.

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We were inspired by a photo floating around Instagram that Tamara created for Becky. This project is super simple. All you need is a cookie jar, epson salt and a few accessories depending on the theme of your craft.

For the longest Kevin has always wanted a vintage air stream, so when Layla found this ornament at Michaels she knew it was PERFECT! We picked up a few twigs from the front yard to use for the light support and she made that adorable campfire out of twigs and a piece of translucent gold scrapbook paper. I LOVE the way Layla’s Cookie Jar turned out! Isn’t it adorable?

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Mini Picket Fence: Hobby Lobby | Airstream Ornament: Michaels | Bottle Brush Trees: Hobby Lobby | Mini Multicolor Lights: Hobby Lobby

I was SUPER EXCITED with the way my Nativity turned out too. Mostly because we had something totally different in mind, but while walking up and down the aisles at Hobby Lobby that changed really fast!

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To create this Cookie Jar Christmas Craft you’ll need just a few things. 1.) Wooden Beads 2.) Glitter Scrapbook Paper 3.) Bakers Twine 4.) Jute Twine 5.) Tapered Corks. Each of those items can be picked up at Hobby Lobby.  Below are a few step by step shots so you guys have a better idea of how everything came together!

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I can’t even handle Baby Jesus in that birds nest. So cute, right? We used raffia as hay.

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There are endless ideas when it comes to creating you Cookie Jar Christmas Crafts. Thanks again Tamara and Becky for inspiring us. I always LOVE crafting with Layla. We have a blast together. There is never a dull moment. We decided we are going to make  it a once a month date.

Merry Christmas!

Be sure to check out Layla’s full post here.

Comments

  1. tina brooks powell says:

    Now that’s just adorable! y’all are so talented! MERRY CHRISTMAS!!

  2. Hi Evan-I came over from Layla’s blog. I love this Christmas craft–I may have to make a few as gifts for people next year. What size cookie jar did you use and where did you find them? (PS…I love your style, too, and have now subscribed to your blog) Merry Christmas!

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