New Year’s Eve Mason Jars

New Years Eve Mason jar

I know that it isn’t even Christmas yet, but it’s time to start making those New Year’s Eve plans! Our family was invited to spend the evening at a friend’s house for a laid-back evening of appetizers, board games and laughter. I love mason jar crafts and I realized that I do not have New Year’s Eve mason jars yet. So, today I am sharing these easy-to-make, gifts in a jar for your New Year’s Eve party.

Washi Tape Mason Jars

Start by decorating the jars with washi tape. I bought the gold washi tape in the scrapbooking supplies aisle at Target and the mint and gold dotted tape in the dollar spot at Target. I used Ball 12 ounce quilted crystal jelly jars.

Happy New Year Confetti

Next, sprinkle Happy New Year confetti in the bottom of the jars. I found this confetti at my local grocery store.

mint-circles-2016

Print out these 2016 mint green circles and cut them out with scissors or use a circle punch. You can download them here:

2016 Mint Circles

Hersheys Kiss Stickers

Use double stick tape to add these 2015 2016 circles on the bottom of gold Hershey’s Kisses.

Mason jar gifts

Put a mint and a gold balloon in the jars and add some 2015 2016 Kisses.

Gold New Year's Eve Party

Use washi tape to add a little color to gold horns.

New Year's Party Ideas

Add some more party items like a blower, horn, and straw.

Add Poppers

Add some more party items like horns with streamers and confetti poppers.

New Years Eve Party Ideas

Put all of the New Year’s Eve mason jars into a tray and sprinkle with extra confetti and 2015 2016 mint circles for your New Year’s Eve party!

Love Mason Jars? Here are a few more Mason Jar Gift Ideas:

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Comments

  1. Momtobe says

    Hi, I loved this idea as I’m thinking of distributing mason jars as giveaways for my daughter’s birth announcement. I will probably instead use a coral and gold combination, and was wondering if I should use silver lids or gold lids (since I’ll be mailing some too!) and if a combination of silver and gold kisses would look good or not. Please let me know what you think! Thanks! 🙂

    • says

      Thanks so much! I like the combination of silver and gold but it’s totally up to you. Gold is really in right now and it looks so pretty when spray painted on the lids but it takes extra time. If you go with the silver lids you can save time by using them as they are. Best of luck and congratulations! ~Tonia

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