Skip to Content

Mason Jar Valentine’s Day Treat Jar

Mason Jar Valentine’s Day Treat Jar

Here we are the 3rd Sunday of the month and that means it’s time for another Mason Jar Monday! I couldn’t resist dressing up a mason jar with an inexpensive buffalo check cozy and adding some sweets to it! Perfect for gift giving at Christmas-time or Valentine’s Day.Buffalo Check Mason Jar Cozy from cupcakesandcrinoline.comFor my share this month I went with something a bit more masculine than what you would usually associate with this frilly chocolate-y lace-y holiday but I have all sons, so…well, I think masculine most of the time!Buffalo check and plain gray fleece throwsBefore Christmas I was at Target and saw a really cute red and black Buffalo check throw.  I bought two (they were only $3.00 each) and used one of them over Christmas as a table runner.   I have plans for cutting them up to use as pillows but since I had more than enough fabric I decided to use some to make a Mason Jar Cozy.  Buffalo Check mason jar cozy with blanket stitchingI cut enough of the fabric to go around my mason jar with an overlap.  I used black thread to add a blanket stitch around the strip.  I then added a big dark red button to the back, made a button hole.Buffalo Check mason jar cozy with blanket stitchingI also did a heart shaped cutout in the front that I also blanket stitched.Valentine's Day mason jar filled with kisses - Buffalo check cozy with red pom poms - cupcakesandcrinoline.comI cut another heart from a primarily red check and stitched that to some plain gray flannel for the lid of the mason jar.

Valentine's Day mason jar cozy in buffalo check - cupcakesandcrinoline.com

Buffalo check mason jar cozy - Valentine's Day Mason Jar - with red pom-poms and flannel heart cut outs - cupcakesandcrinoline.comI filled my mason jar with Hershey kisses and added some pom poms.Clover pom-pom maker The pom-poms were so easy to make! I tried making them on my own with a piece of cardboard and a fork (too much Pinterest!) but found the best, fastest and easiest way to make them was with a Clover pom-pom maker.  Clover pom-pom maker

The pom-pom maker is so easy to use (watch a YouTube video if the instructions seem a little fuzzy – that’s what I ended up doing) and I started making pom-poms for everything.  Also, I found that I liked the look a big, bulky yarn gives better than other yarns and my favorite so far is Bernat Wool-up Bulky and that’s what I used for these pom-poms.

Buffalo Check Mason Jar Cozy - plaid and flannel Valentine's Day Mason Jar - perfect for the men in your life at cupcakesandcrinoline.com

Do you have any men or flannel lovers who would like this? Thanks so much for stopping by! xo Mary Beth

More wonderful Valentine’s Day Mason Jar Inspiration:


Hot Crab and Artichoke Dip
← Previous
Valentine's Day Decor Ideas
Next →

Christia Colquitt

Wednesday 3rd of February 2016

Love the plaid. You are so creative!

Tammy

Monday 18th of January 2016

Oh my goodness ...hit the love it button...so cute! pinned

Diane

Monday 18th of January 2016

This is sooo cute and cozy! I love it and especially that extra touch with the stitched heart on your jar lid. You'v got embroidery talents too!

Steph @ The Silly Pearl

Monday 18th of January 2016

I love the cozy plaid and pom poms! So cute!

Malia

Monday 18th of January 2016

This is so adorable I love it and am very impressed with your mad sewing skills!

Mary Beth

Monday 18th of January 2016

Thanks so much, Malia! That blanket stitch was a flash-back memory from good old Catholic school home-ec! ;)