Happy DIY Friday everyone!!! I feel like I always say that… but Friday truly is my favorite day to post! When I saw these adorable glass jars with cute corks I knew that I had to create something fun with them to share with you. Everyone is in love with washi tape right now (Japanese paper tape) and I am too, so here is a super cute (any beyond easy) way to dress up simple candy favor jars with fun paper tape!

DIY candy jar favors with washi tape

SUPPLIES // small candies that fit your color scheme, fun paper tape, scissors and these adorable glass jars with cork stoppers!

DIY candy jar favors with washi tape

After you wash each and every jar, fill with your candies. Add fun tape to seal the cork or use purely as decoration. This tape was too wide so I cut it down a little…

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Clean – Fill – Tape!

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This one is my favorite!!!

DIY candy jar favors with washi tape

If you create a project from one of my tutorials, send me a picture or trackback of your project! I love seeing everyones creativity and wedding plans!

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As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture or a trackback – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY. Happy Crafting!

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Photography: Studio 11 // DIY tutorial: Jen | Something Turquoise // cute turquoise stripe and green dot paper tape: Target // jelly beans and Sixlets: Powell’s // Tim Holtz vintage print tissue tape and the adorable Gartner Studios glass favor jars with cork stopper: Michaels // nail polish: Sally Hansen Salon Effects Polish Strips in Crowed Surfer


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Amanda Rae Howard
October 25, 2012

cute idea

Socorro Martins
December 30, 2012

That's very good.

Ashley D. Hairston
June 24, 2013

Hi. I have a random question: Would you happen to remember how many jelly beans you were able to fit into one of these jars? I really like the idea; I'm just trying to figure out how much candy we need to get. Thank you!

    Jen | Something Turquoise
    June 24, 2013

    Hi Ashley! I can't remember exactly... but these jars are really small. I would say around 1/4 cup of jelly beans, or less :)

Ashley D. Hairston
July 5, 2013

Hi Jen! That is very helpful! Thank you!

Heidi
December 23, 2013

Do you know what size the jars are?

KK
February 3, 2014

So cute! I'm thinking of making these as birthday party favors. Where did you get the mini bottles? I love that it's really cute, but doesn't require too much.