Christmas Mason Jar with Handprint Snowman Tags


Christmas Mason Jar with Handprint Snowman Tags

Your loved ones are going to adore receiving a Christmas Mason Jar with Handprint Snowman Tags. They are really easy Christmas craft ideas for kids to make and give. There are few great techniques in this Christmas craft tutorial that the little ones are going to love doing. With just a little assistance from you, the kids will be able to make a sweet Christmas decor item for someone they love, and the recipient will have a great reminder of the child for years to come.

Christmas Mason Jar with Handprint Snowman Tags


  • FolkArt ® Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paints - Wicker White, Apple Red, Aqua, Pure Black
  • FolkArt ® Multi-Surface Metallic Acrylic Paints - 14K Gold
  • Two small Mason jars
  • Red yarn
  • White yarn
  • Two wood ornaments shapes
  • #10 flat brush
  • Small liner brush
  • Hot glue
  • Bucilla #43803 Doodle Loom Pompon Maker



  1. Using red and white yarn, and following directions on pom pom maker: make 2 small pom poms.
  2. Wash and dry Mason jars, rub with rubbing alcohol and let dry.
  3. Paint the bottom 1 ½” of jar with white. Paint the top 1 ½” with red. Let dry.
  4. Wrap middle of jars with yarn as shown, using hot glue to secure the start and end of yarn.
  5. Paint wood ornaments with white and let dry.
  6. Leave bottom white and paint ornament with aqua. Paint top with gold. Let dry.
  7. Brush white onto first 3 fingers of child’s hand and press onto shape as shown, creating group of snowmen. Let dry.
  8. Using black paint: add eyes, mouth and buttons with liner brush. Let dry.
  9. Mix 1 part gold to 1 part red. Paint carrot noses.
  10. Paint scarf with red.
  11. Add names with black and small liner brush. Let dry.
  12. Tie ornaments around each glass as shown.

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