Need a last minute Easter gift for someone special in your life? Or are you looking for a fun Easter basket treats that your kids will love? This Easter gift is quick, easy, and awesome! With this free printable and a quick trip to the dollar store, you'll have an Easter gift in no time.
Despite what Mr. Groundhog said, I think this winter is just about up for us. And I say that tongue in cheek, because I don't feel like we got much of a winter here in the south.
Now, don't be mad. I know some of you have had a TOUGH winter up north, but I have to say, being 80 degrees in the middle of February is one of the best perks about living here in the South.
So I can see spring and Easter being right around the corner....that is...if we don't skip right over them and go straight to summer. That's one of the worst perks about living here in the south.
With Easter coming very early this year, I have decided I am NOT waiting until the last minute. As tempted as I am to just not do Easter since it falls on April Fools Day (Love the idea of telling the kids you hid eggs, but not really!) I know better.
So instead, I'm starting on my friend, teacher, and kid Easter baskets and gifts now.
This one is so super easy that you can wait until the last minute to do it too!
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To make these Hershey Kisses and Easy Gift Jar, you'll need:
- Printable Hershey Kiss Labels (at bottom of page)
- Paper (I like this photo paper best)
- 3/4 inch hole punch
- Hershey Kisses
- Dollar Tree Glass Jar (found in the glass and dish aisle)
- Paint (optional)
- Paintbrush (optional)
Set aside to dry.
While your lid is drying, jump down to the bottom of the page and save the Hershey kiss printable label to your computer. Print it out onto paper. (I really like this photo paper for mine.)
Cut the labels into long strips so it's easier for you to cut the kiss labels out. Using a 3/4 inch hole punch, cut out 40 (1/2 the page) of the Easter kiss labels. (That's how many I fit comfortably into my glass Jar.)
Using a little bit of glue on the back of the Hershey kiss label, attach the labels to the bottom of the chocolate kisses.
Place the kisses in the jar. Like I said, I got about 40 of the candies in my glass jar perfectly.
Once your lid has dried, add it to the top of your jar and give to your favorite friend, teacher, co-worker, or your kids in their Easter basket.
See, I told you it was super simple and easy!
Now be sure to Pin this idea so you can do it last minute if you need to.
Here's the Hershey Kiss Easter printable.
Simply open the graphic in a new page but right clicking on the picture below. Then, right click again on the new graphic, and save it to your computer. Then you can go to your computer's picture program and print it from there.