Easter Treat Jars

I have been having so much fun with bunnies this Spring! I made these canvases and then this bunny garland to decorate my mantle. I saw these cute treat jars on Pinterest and knew I had to make them, too. ūüôā


All you need are some smooth jars, chalky finish paint (I used Craft Smart brand from Michaels), and contact paper (any kind will do). 

I cut the bunnies from contact paper and attached them to the jars, making sure the edges were pressed down firmly. You can easily trace a bunny shape (search Pinterest or Goggle for patterns) on the back of the contact paper and then cut it out. Or use a bunny die with your die¬†cutting¬†machine – I used the smallest one from my set by¬†Amuse Studio (sadly the set is discontinued ūüė¶ )

Then simply paint the jars with 2 coats of chalky finish paint, making sure to let the paint dry thoroughly between coats. Once the paint is dry, carefully peel the bunny sticker from the jar. I used the tip of my¬†exacto knife to get it started. I finished the jars with 2 light coats of a matte sealer spray. You can also use sandpaper to¬†distress the jars before sealing if you’d like.

Now just fill your jars with your favorite¬†treats!¬†I’ve filled mine with a mixture of jelly beans and M&Ms. I still have to add something to perk up the jar lids – stay tuned and I’ll share those with you soon ūüôā

Thanks for stopping by,


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3 Responses to Easter Treat Jars

  1. They look so cute. What a great craft idea for Easter.


  2. Pingback: Easter Treat Jar Lids | Creating Me

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