Easy Frugal Easter Treats

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Do you need a last-minute frugal Easter gift?  Do you need a quick and easy DIY Easter gift?  I’ve got the perfect easy frugal Easter treat for you.  You can make these adorable little gifts in minutes and for pennies each. I used craft supplies that I already had and recycled jars so the only cost that I had was the candy I used to fill the jars.

3 decorated recycled glass jars filled with pastel candy and decorated with smiling Easter bunny faces



Grab a couple of recycled jars from your glass jar stash.  What?  You don’t have a glass jar stash?  You could pick some jars up at the dollar store or thrift store or ask a friend who has a glass jar stash of their own (ahem, like me).  You could use circle stickers or do what I did and use a circle punch and some leftover vinyl scraps to make your own circle stickers for free.

piles of 4 different colors of circle stickers on white table

 Choose spring-y colors or use colors to go with your decor.

3 recycled glass jars decorated with colorful dots

 Add a bunny sticker to the lid of the jar.  Embellish the jar with ribbon if you like.  And then the most important step – fill your jar with Easter candy. 

Decorated glass jar filled with pastel candy with 3 jar lids decorated with smiling rabbit faces

 Truly, it took less than 10 minutes to make these 3 jars.  Truly.

2 decorated upcyled glass jars with pastel candy in one and scattered on white table

 These easy and frugal Easter treats would make great party favors. 

3 Decorated jars filled with pastel colroed candy on white table

 They’re also a fun craft to make with children of all ages.

overhead view of decorated jars with smiling rabbit stickers on the lid with pastel candy scattered on white table

 Whether it’s weeks or hours until Easter, you have time to make these easy frugal Easter treats.  Who do you know who would enjoy one?

overhead view of decorated jars with smiling rabbit stickers on the lid

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22 Comments

  1. These are soooooooooooo CUTE !!
    We don’t celebrate Easter, but I could have my nieces making them during the summer.
    We love animals, so why not using bunnies?
    Very creative, and btw – I do have empty jars LOL

    1. We always need some special gifts, or last minute details, for friends, family and kids.
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      Best regards

      Miriam

  2. I can think of so many great ways to use these – teachers, neighbors, mail carrier, baby sitter, etc. I love an easy and quick craft. This will go in my file of crafts that I need to make! All I have to do is go to the basement to get jars! Of course I save them (thanks to you!)

  3. These are super cute! I think these would be a great gift (and inexpensive) for my daughter’s teachers. Adding them to my grocery list!

    1. Thanks, Andrae. I’m sure your daughter’s teachers will appreciate them. How thoughtful to give them Easter gifts.

    2. Me too, have jars, as I like to make sweets, and mermelades,and chutneys, all my friends, bring their empty jars.

      1. So glad that I’m not the only with friends that bring you empty jars (which I could easily call “their trash”), Miriam. šŸ™‚ But it makes me so happy to repurose items.

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  5. I love this idea! I have the perfect jars that I keep saving for something… now I know what. I found your through Linky Palooza on I Heart Naptime.

    Kati

  6. These are a cute idea! I don’t have any glass jars, but I do have plenty of scraps from when I used to do scrapbooking, including stickers. That would be a cute gift to send home with your Easter dinner guests.

    1. If we were neighbors, you could raid my stash of glass jars, Brenda! šŸ™‚ I have a bit of a “pretty” recycled jar hoarding issue.

  7. Thank you for giving us interesting ideas, specially, we, who live in Vebezuela, have difficulty to spend large sums, for the purchase of easter gifts,

    Best regards and happy easter.

    Miriam

    1. So happy to be able to help you celebrate the happiest of the holidays, Miriam. I’ve been thinking about Venezuelans for months, with everything going on there. Take care and stay strong.

  8. This is a very cute idea! I’m sure your guests would love to go home with one of these after Easter dinner. It would also be a cute idea to give to a neighbor.

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