Decorate any counter top this Christmas season with these adorable NOEL jars! It was so easy to do and was the perfect thing to do with my grandkids. Plus it was a great way to re-use empty baby food jars. While making these jars I got to explain how the word noel means Christmas. It was the perfect activity to do to get us all in the holiday spirit!
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WITH THIS PROJECT YOUR CHILD WILL LEARN…
- The colors red and green
- What the word “noel” is
- What holly is
- How to paint
TIS THE SEASON TO MAKE THESE FESTIVE NOEL JARS OUT OF YOUR EMPTY BABY FOOD JARS! HERE IS WHAT WE USED TO MAKE OURS:
- Four empty baby food jars
- Red paint
- Silver Paint
- Four red pom poms
- Green fake leaves
- Paint brush
- Hot glue or craft glue
Start by painting four cleaned out baby food jars red. Make sure to paint the lid too!
After the red paint on the jars has dried paint each letter of “noel” onto each jar in silver paint.
You are then going to glue three leaves to the top of each jar.
Finally, add a red pom pom in the middle of the leaves on the top of each jar. Making some cute holly on the tops of each jar for decoration.
You are now done your festive “noel” jars made from baby food jars. Go ahead and display them anywhere in your home for all to see the beautiful decor you have created with your little ones!
PIN IT FOR LATER
MAKE OTHER KIDS CRAFTS FROM BABY FOOD JARS:
- THANKS baby food jars
- JOY baby food jars
- LOVE baby food jars