I have a lot of qualities.
Being crafty isn’t one of them.
As fate would have it, I’ve got two kids that are all about the crafts.
The third is all about decorating for and celebrating holidays.
This means that regardless of the time of year, I am always on the lookout for easy crafts that will enhance my decor.
The truth is that as untalented as I may be, I always enjoy making easy crafts with the kids.
Especially this time of year! Spring is such a time of renewal, and this inspires me to get creative.
This week, we had a fun time making these painted mason jars for Easter.
They are a fun and easy way to enhance your decor without spending too much time or money.
Aren’t they adorable with the cute bunnies on the rim? SweeTARTS Soft Bites Bunnies are the perfect accent!
I love the charming bunny shapes that have a surprisingly soft texture. They come in an assortment of classic flavors in a jelly gummy with a unique melt away smoothness. As a mom, I love that they are free from artificial flavors and colors.
In addition to SweeTARTS Soft Bites Bunnies, Sour Bunny Gummies, Chicks, Ducks & Bunnies and Soft & Chewy Ropes also make a great and affordable complement to springtime decor options. You can find them at retailers nationwide.
Easter Painted Mason Jars
Mason Jars (any size works!)
Chalky Finish Paint in Pastel Colors
SweeTARTS Soft Bites Bunnies
Take the lid off the mason jars and place them on plastic. Paint them to desired coverage, allowing paint to dry in between coats. (I did three coats.)
Once the paint is dry, tie a ribbon around the neck. Tear off a small piece of putty adhesive, and attach SweeTARTS Soft Bites Bunnies around the neck of the jars.
Fill with flower or candy!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Nestlé SweeTARTS. The opinions and text are all mine.