30
Sep

When it comes to food, is there anything better than fall flavors? We think not… which is why we put together this cute (and tasty) DIY party favor to hand out at your next get-together. We chose a baked apple spice recipe to fill our jars—but this idea will work with any recipe you fancy, from pumpkin muffins and snickerdoodle cookies to hot cocoa mix and beyond. Ready to get started?

Here’s What You’ll Need

  • small glass jars
  • burlap
  • cute string for tying
  • folded gift tag card (we bought ours pre-scored)
  • personalized gift tags (we used our Timeless Harvest design)
  • your favorite recipe ingredients

Step 1: Print and Punch

Print out your recipe instructions at home on white paper. Cut to the size of your gift tag card and glue inside, pressing firmly along the fold. Once it’s dry, punch a hole in the top left corner, stick your cute gift tag to the outside and set aside.

Step 2: Assemble Your Jars

Fill your jars with your ingredients. Be careful when you measure everything out as you’ll be reducing the recipe to a single or double serving size. Stack the ingredients gently so they look pretty through the glass!

Step 3: Wrap and Tie

When all your ingredients are in the jar, seal the lid tightly. Cut your burlap into a circle large enough to cover the lid. Loop the string through your instructions card. Center your burlap over the top and wrap the string around the burlap and jar, just under the lid. Tie a bow or knot it at the end.

Step 4: Display and Delight!

No matter what’s inside, guests are sure to love these party favors!

If you try this craft, or any of our DIY ideas at home, send photos to blog@tinyprints.com. We’d love to feature them. Happy crafting!

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