Pedicure In A Jar ~ Mason Jar Gift

This handmade gift idea is a Pedicure In A Jar. I gave these cute mason jar gifts to my girlfriends this summer.

Pedicure In A JarEarlier this summer I went on an annual girlfriends getaway weekend. I have been friends with the ladies I went with for most of our lives and my friends are truly a gift from God. Life gets so busy and there were a few years where we didn’t see much of each other. Finally, we decided to plan a yearly getaway for just us girls so that we would be sure to make time to stay connected. We’ve been going on these getaways for 13 years now. So far, we haven’t gone anywhere that involves an airplane but we keep promising that will happen one of these days. I wanted to give my friends a small gift just for fun and decided to make a Pedicure In A Jar.

Pedicure In A Jar SuppliesThe supplies are basic: a mason jar, small containers, pedicure tools, a ribbon, labels and the spa treatments. I used a vintage pint sized mason jar, Spare Parts plastic storage tubes from Hobby Lobby, nail care tools from Trim and chevron print burlap ribbon from Hobby Lobby.

Soak Scrub Soften BottlesFill the 3 plastic containers with spa treatments. One for soaking feet, one for scrubbing feet and one for softening feet. You can use treatments that you purchased from the store (a foot soak, a foot scrub and a good lotion) or you can make your own, which is what I did. Here are the recipes:

Homemade Citrus Foot Soak Recipe

Orange Creamsicle Sugar Scrub

Coconut Body Butter

Soak Scrub Soften Printable Labels

Print the labels to whatever size you need for your containers. You can open the image in a Word Doc and resize it as needed. Download the free printable labels here:

Soak, Scrub, Soften Labels for Pedicure In A Jar

Soak Scrub Soften BottlesCut out the labels and glue them to the containers.

Gift In A Mason JarRemove the nail care set from the package and fill the mason jar with all of the supplies.

Mason Jar Gift

Add some ribbon to the top of the mason jar and it is ready to go!

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Comments

  1. Linda says

    Very cute idea! You could also print your labels on sticker sheets instead of glueing the labels on. Thanks for your idea.

  2. Niamh says

    Wow, I’m seriously impressed with what I’ve seen here. I decided that I wanted to give some home crafted gifts this year but wasn’t too sure on what to do. After visiting your sit, I am really inspired. Thank you so much for sharing and keep up the great work.

    • Tonia says

      Thank you so much for taking the time to leave me such a lovely comment Suzanne! I am delighted that you found your way to my site and I hope you have fun making your own jars! ~Tonia

    • Tonia says

      Hey Lisa! Thanks so much! The size of the jar you choose will depend on the size of the items you plan to put in it. For the pedicure in a jar, I used the 16 oz (pint) size. For the spa in a jar, I used the 32 oz (quart) size jars. Best of luck! ~Tonia

  3. Jessi says

    Hi, Tonia. I absolutely love these! I want to try and make the foot scrubs. I was wondering if there was a specific way to store the scrubs. Room temperature or fridge? Thanks!

  4. Jamila says

    These are wonderful! I’m currently planning a baby shower and these pedicure jars are perfect “games gifts”, with an added pink nail polish to tie in the girl baby theme. If you don’t mind me asking, where did you happen to get the nail grooming kit?? Thanks!!

  5. Anna says

    Tonia,I just checked my Facebook page & one of my nieces & 13 others like the
    Pedicure In A Jar ~ Mason Jar Gift.

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