Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Reindeer Food

This time of year, I like to have these on hand for surprise guests.
They are so easy to make and they don't go bad.
I used this printable as a jumping off point.
Since I am a paper crafter and I own every paper punch known to man,
I thought I would bust out a scallop punch for these!
I used paper from the Hollyday line at American Crafts.
Fact:You can't go wrong when you shove something in a Mason Jar.
Can't go wrong.
This is just oatmeal, glitter sugar and some rainbow ball cupcake decoration thingys.
I don't know the technical term but they are festive.
Wham, Bam, Thank you Ma'am!

Linking to: Paper Issues, Whipperberry,  Junk in their Trunk, Nap Time Crafters, Ladybird Ln., Be Different, Act Normal


  1. Cute idea! And so true -- Mason jars are like magic! Thanks for sharing.

  2. What an adorable project! "Rainbow ball cupcake decoration thingys" -- I love it!

  3. OMYGOSH!! These are ADORABLE!! I loveeeeeee them! :):):):):):):):):):):)

  4. LOVE LOVE these - am going to do it over the weekend with the kids.
    Totally agree that anything in a mason jar is ALWAYS cool!
    Lowri :-)

  5. Such a fun idea!! My kids would love this!! I would love for you to come link this up at our link

  6. What a great idea! And you are so SMART to have something on hand, there has been a couple times I wish I had something like that!


  7. Such a neat idea for gift giving! Thanks for your comment on my blog and for letting me know you featured my tag yesterday. How cool! I've just added your blinkie to my side bar. Many thanks, and happy holidays!

  8. So true...everything's just better in a jar! Your reindeer food is darling!

  9. I am making a few of these up myself today or tomorrow, thanks for the super cute idea! Also wanted to let you know that I received the package from the Visions of sugarplums, thank you so very, very much!! :)

  10. so cute have to keep this in mind if I ever have kids. Santa is getting a winter ale this year!