May 04, 2021 3 min read
What a year it has been for all of us. After a challenging year of distance/online/hybrid learning if you're like most of us you are counting the days until school is out for the summer when you can finally stop stressing about whether or not your child is paying attention on that zoom math class.
But as challenging it has been for us all, I'm sure we'd all agree that our teachers have been superheroes this year. We all have come to have a much deeper appreciation for all our teachers do for our children daily.
So why not find a special way to thank them this year for Teacher Appreciation Week?
That's why we've collected some of our all-time favorite Mason Jar Teacher Gifts to share with you as inspiration for how you might share your appreciation for their herculean work this year.
What could be simpler and more appreciated than a fresh bouquet of beautiful spring flowers? Flowers always look lovely on a kitchen counter in a simple mason jar -- but add a cheerful colored jar jacket and she can reuse the jar for so many things long after the flowers have faded.
Want to show some more love? Why not clip a clothespin onto the jar with a tag that reads "Thanks for Helping Me Blossom".
BONUS: Less chance the jar will break on the way to school.
Give the gift of cheer with Mason Jars + Jar Jackets and Freshly Cut Spring Flowers
Continuing with the springtime garden theme we also love the idea of kitchen herbs in mason jars. They are widely available in supermarkets and garden centers this time of year. Replant them into mason jars fitted with jar jackets and she'll enjoy fresh herbs for weeks to come!
Want to show some more love? Why not clip a clothespin onto the jar with a tag that reads "Thanks for Helping Me Grow".
Teachers this year could use a little extra TLC. This body scrub smells like heaven and makes your skin heavenly soft. It’s quick and easy to make — and looks absolutely lovely in a Mason jar decorated with a bit of twine and a handmade gift tag.
Lavender is known for its calming properties and lovely scent.
Who doesn't love an afternoon cup of delicious Chai Tea? This recipe is delicious, easy to make and sure to be appreciated by your favorite teacher.
Chai tea is the perfect post-zoom pick-me-up.
We love Nutella. But we love homemade Nutella even more. Whip up a big batch, big enough to keep some for yourself and give some away as a thoughtful and delicious holiday gift to your favorite teacher.
Homemade Nutella is decadent, delicious and easy to make.
A tiny terrarium — made out of a Mason jar, of course — creates a lovey home for a small succulent plant. It takes just a few moments to make and is an ideal gift for the plant lover teacher.
A tiny terrarium makes a delightful teacher gift.
Nothing says spring like a bulb in a jar, just waiting to bloom and bring good cheer and beauty to its surroundings. Plus, these only take about two minutes to make.
Good things come to those who wait, including beautiful spring flowers.
Make your homemade gift even better by using JarJackets to “wrap” your Mason jar. Sure, they look cute, but they also protect the glass from bumps and slips. And once the contents of the Mason jar have been enjoyed by your favorite teacher, the jar and JarJackets make the perfect combo for taking coffee, a smoothie or even your lunch on the road. Even better, JarJackets are dishwasher and microwave safe — and 100 percent non-toxic and made from earth-friendly materials.
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November 14, 2022 2 min read
Succulents make for a beautiful, unique and affordable gift idea. Here are some simple tips for giving succulent terrariums in a mason jar. When you wrap your succulents in a mason jar they also become a great a sustainable gift idea for the eco-friendly. Plus - They're as fun to make as they are to give!
November 02, 2022 4 min read
October 25, 2022 3 min read
There are plenty of reasons to attempt to cut back on waste when grocery shopping, including reducing plastic pollution, shrinking your carbon footprint and simplifying your life.
But it’s not something that just magically happens.
To reduce waste, you have to have a well-planned strategy — and it starts with taking a long, hard look at what you actually need.