Homemade Christmas Food Gifts in a Jar with Free Printable Tags

Shannon Cairns

October 7, 2021


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Homemade Christmas food gifts in a jar are an adorable and budget friendly way to make sure you check off all your friends, neighbors, and teachers on your list!

If you’re on a budget this holiday season, gifting a homemade food gift in a jar with a cute printable tag is exactly what you need!

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You can add a personal touch, and when you add your Christmas gifts into jars, your gift recipients can then re-use them later! The gift that keeps on giving.

Creating one-of-a-kind recipes, mixes, and memories these homemade gift ideas are perfect for those on a budget or for those that want to add a homemade touch to their gifts this year.

Once you have selected your favorite homemade food to gift your friends and neighbors, you’ll want to grab these free printable gift tags to add to your jar!

Free Printable Tags for Christmas Food Gifts in a Jar

Free Printable Holiday Gift Tags

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    Homemade Christmas Food Gift Supplies to have:

    • Mason Jars (various sizes depending on recipe)
    • Cardstock (for printable labels)
    • Spoons/Serving Spoons (optional but you can get them in sets at your local dollar store)
    • Seasonings (based on recipe)
    • Twine (for gift tags)
    • Ribbon (to decorate the jars)

    Homemade Christmas Food Gifts in a Jar

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