Christmas Gnome Mason Jars – Bring on the Holiday Smiles
These Christmas gnome mason jars are a quick and easy craft to bring the holiday season home. Grab some scraps and let’s get started!
Christmas Gnome Mason Jars
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we LOVE making DIY Scandinavian gnomes. Tomte, nisse, Christmas elves – we don’t care what they are called, we just big, squishy heart love them.
You can find all of our gnome crafts here, but let’s talk about these Christmas gnome mason jars. Use any jar you have: mason jars, baby food jars, spaghetti sauce jars – neither the type of jar or the size matters. In fact, this makes a great display when the jars are differently sized.
Let’s get started with this fun Scandinavian gnome tutorial!
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DIY Christmas Gnome Tutorials
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Supplies to Make These Cute Christmas Gnome Jars
This is a quick craft and once you learn how to cut the beards from faux fur, you’re going to want to make a TON! There are affiliate links in this article which means, at no additional cost to you, we could receive compensation for our recommendations. You can read our full disclosure policy.
Psst: we have a full Christmas gnomes supply list on Amazon. We make gnomes so much, these are our favorite supplies.
- Jars (with lids) in various sizes
- Faux fur (craft fur) and a razor blade or straight-edge to cut
- Flannel or other fabric
- Flesh-colored paint (tan, beige, brown, etc.)
- Foam brush
- Unfinished wood circle or bead
- Hot glue gun or craft glue (will take longer to make)
How to Make Christmas Gnome Jars
It’s best to make sure there isn’t anything on the inside or outside of the jars, so give them a wipe. If you’re feeling frisky, wipe the outside with rubbing alcohol. If you have a playlist on YouTube to which you’d like to add this project, here is our Gnome Mason Jar video tutorial.
What to Store (or Give) In These Fun Gnome Mason Jars
Depending on the size of your jars, you can make the following:
- Ornaments (using these tiny jars – SO cute)
- Cookie holders – Ramp up your cookie exchange with a few of these jars.
- Treat and candy storage – I’m not saying this is for everyone but these little jars make great stealthy storage for the treats you want to keep to yourself…
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