DIY Gifts are thoughtful and thrifty too. Check out this fun DIY Pedi in a Jar Gift, including Free Printable tags. This gift is perfect for many occasions.
DIY Gifts are not only thoughtful but thrifty too. And it seems like everyone loves a Jar Gift these days. You know I love to repurpose those old jars too. So I came up with this fun DIY Pedi in a Jar Gift. This would make a great gift for Christmas, a teacher, Valentine’s Day (or as I have heard BFFs call it “Gal-entine’s Day), Mother’s Day, or a “Just Because” gift!
Not only does my repurposed jar (I just spray painted the lid for a more polished look) make this gift frugal, but so do the supplies. I got everything at Big Lots during one of their Buzz Club rewards events (for more savings). All in, this project was under $5 (thanks to some stockpile items too)
- Generous sized jar (I repurposed a tomato sauce jar and sprayed the lid silver, but you could use a bought Mason Jar)
- Nail files (I especially loved the mini ones I found at Big Lots – and only $0.60!)
- Mani/Pedi Kit (Again a great Big Lots find. Nail clippers, scissors, cuticle care, and more all for $3!)
- Nail Polish (The ones I had were “free” from my stockpile, but I have seen Revlon 2 packs at Big Lots too)
- Cotton balls and Q-tips (again from my stockpile)
- Washi Tape
- Free Printable Pedi in a Jar Gift Tags (They print 6 on a page so you can make several to gift!)
- Free Tissue paper (leave a comment below if you know where this tissue is from. 😉 )
After you’ve printed your tag, attach it with a fun colored washi tape. Or, you could print the tags on an adhesive paper for a more “sticky” application. I think the washi is too cute – and easy to remove if the recipient wants to repurpose the jar (love it – a repurpose of a repurpose!). Then it’s just as easy as filling up the jar! If you have a lot of items or a smaller jar, you may not need the tissue as filler in the bottom (but again it adds to the presentation IMO).
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I was compensated by Big Lots for this post. All opinions are my own, and yes I am a Big Lots shopper.