Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Goody Jars

Goody Jars

I just had to share the Holiday Project with everyone. It is so simple but I think they are stinkin adorable. These good be gifts for anyone. The pickled okra and peppers for my dad...I canned an entire case of it for his birthday present in July! The gumballs for my little guys and the chocolate for the baby sitter. The tags are up in the Etsy shop as well as my website and beside that you just need a jar and some ribbon , fabric, or felt. I used double sided tape to make sure the fabric stayed where it needed to be and the ribbons and cord were secured with a bow in the back.

Enjoy!

P.S. I just added a ton of new things to the Etsy shop today!




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22 comments:

  1. That's a super idea! I just snagged a bunch of the tags because I think they will make SUPER little gifts for a couple of people here at work!

    Thanks for sharing your nifty little ideas with us!

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  2. Jennifer, I love your work! You are such an inspiration. I have been cleaning out my "craft room" in the garage this morning so I can get to my kiln. I hope to paint some plates for my daughter and daughter-in-law for Christmas. Love your beads AND fabric.

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  3. Hi Jennifer,

    I love the goody jar idea. It IS so simple and yet it has a BIG impact!

    Cheryl W.

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  4. I have given gifts in a jar before, but your tags really make them special! I'm on my way to your Etsy shop to check them out!

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  5. I just LOVE this idea. Will you be adding more good things plaques to your shop I hope?

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  6. Jennifer: Been meaning to tell you -- I absolutely LOVE the fabric line. Almost makes me want to break out my sewing machine and do a project. Would need to include your beady things, of course. Much success to you and the new line and your book! Nice to say I "knew you when" you'd come into my store! Paulette B.

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  7. Thanks to your blog, I just made my first purchase from your shop this morning! LOVE your ceramic designs!!!! Merry early Christmas to me! :)

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  8. alice from alice's beads and baublesNovember 10, 2010 at 11:06 AM

    ok I love the recipe but my directions to make the jars is covered by the pics of the jars????? How did that happen?
    Would love to win. Thanks for all the Holiday ideas. By the way I will sneek to the etsy site as what I wanted is now gone--- really wanted like 4 or so different pendant beads- like boot, tree, last year you had stars??? do not need accent beads.

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  9. Thanks for the order Katie! You were fast, the newsletter hadn't even gone out.

    Have a great day

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  10. Pam, Mary, and everyone else,

    I am making more Good Things tags today for the Etsy shop. You can order them at the Jangles website and I will ship them in a couple of days.
    Thanks for the huge response!

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  11. Alice stay tuned to the Etsy shop I am making more holiday beads today also.... :)

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  12. OMG...all this and you can too! You are simply AMAZING..Love and hugs, Diane

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  13. Very cute - do you always have the tags available? I'm thinking about doing something like this with candy for my wedding next year.

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  14. So cute and so clever...what a great idea....Love your work!!!!

    Smiles,

    Pam
    klassyjoolz@npgcable.com

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  15. I love your work and would love to have more of you beads. Are you going to be holding your virtual holiday open house this year? Any chance of having a draw for some of your fabric? I have not yet found anyone in Canada who carries it.

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  16. I caught the beads and jars on your blog post this morning...I start the morning by going through and readin new blog posts, and I saw yours...And then I got the newsletter :o)

    I can't wait to get them! I think that it will be a great way to give little Christmas goodies to co-workers and friends!

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  17. More inspirational ideas from the always-energising Jennifer Jangles blog.

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  18. Jani,

    Good luck getting to the kiln. Hope you can find it :)

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  19. I always have tags and you know you can always e-mail me and I make them say anything you want.

    That would be so cute at a wedding!

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  20. Susan,

    I knew that questions would be coming! I am thinking about changing it a bit this year, I have some ideas. I just haven't had a chance to sit down and finalize them. Christmas seems to be sneaking up on me this year.

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  21. Jennifer - cute! I'm sure I'll be in touch in the new year.

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