It's a Wrap - Part Four

December 16th, 2010 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Beam me up Scotty! It does look a little trekky dont you think? The clock parts come in again. Will it ever end? I sure hope not!
Put some pebbles in the bottom of your Mason jar.
Then add some pretty green moss.
Lotions and chapstick are the PERECT gift for someone who lives in Minnesota....the land of the collapsable dome! Who needs a retractable roof when Mother Nature can delier 18 inches of snow on command?
Make a jar (not a tree) topper for your Mason. Use some of my favorite product, Gorilla Super Glue to attach the two parts together and then the whole to the top.
Wrap the twine and make it chubby!
Throw a clock winding key into the mix.
Some odds and ends look nice tied at the ends of the twine.
And youre done!
Beam me up Scotty! It does look a little trekky dont you think? The clock parts come in again. Will it ever end? I sure hope not!

Beam me up Scotty! It does look a little trekky don't you think? The clock parts come in again. Will it ever end? I sure hope not!


Make gift wrapping a snap! Combine the good old Mason jar with a little nature, a little junk, and some small gifts to make a big impact! Don't forget your twine and your Gorilla Super Glue for this one!

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Comments (4)

georgiamoon writes: Sue, you are the most creative gift wrapper/giver I have ever met. Every one of these wrap jobs are inventive, unique and beautiful! I wish I knew how your mind works...or do I? Ha ha . Merry Christmas my friend. Love you, gogo Posted: 12:13 pm on December 22nd
capawajunker writes: Sue, you are a wonder! Caught the Dome reference and had a good laugh. Yes, this is a very clever way to wrap a gift. I have so many jars, just no lids. Got any ideas for them? Thanks. Posted: 4:34 pm on December 18th
shabbychick writes: Fun way to use a mason jar (one of my fav things too!!), and a few clock parts are a nice touch too!

Kathy Posted: 3:31 pm on December 16th
RustyDiva writes: This would be a great teacher gift idea! Too bad mine have already been delivered but I'll keep this in mind for next year!
Kenda Posted: 8:24 am on December 16th
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