Simple Easter Candy Jar Craft

Simple Easter Candy Jar Craft

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My son’s birthday falls on Easter this year and he is so excited about that. To have some extra fun at his birthday party, I thought a fun Easter Candy Jar Craft would be perfect for the kids to do. I was inspired by this pin and it was perfectly timed with the March Pinterest Challenge to give it a try. The purpose of the Pinterest Challenge by My Pinterventures is to motivate all the participants (and you too) to not just pin, but to make it happen! This month’s challenge is all about Spring projects with a focus on Easter and gardening.

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The fun thing about this Easter Candy Craft is that it’s easy, cheap, and super fun! Also easy to do with a few simple steps and the kids can have fun creating their own candy treat in a mason jar. For the mason jars, I used the clear plastic mason jars from Dollar Tree.

Supplies for Easter Treat Jars

Also for candy, I only used the $1 size boxes of candies and it would have made at least 5 candy jars. You only need a little edible Easter grass, so that will make a lot of Easter candy treat jars.

Easter Candy for the Simple Easter Candy Jar Craft

Supplies for Cute Edible Easter Treats in a Jar

Plastic Mason Jars
Green Edible Easter Grass
Peeps
Assortment of Candy

Let’s Create a Simple Easter Candy Jar Craft

Putting Edible Easter Grass into the bottom of the candy jar

Step 1: Add in the Edible Easter Grass

Make a nice nest for the peep bunny to sit in using the edible easter grass.

Adding the peep in the edible candy jar Easter Craft

Step 2: Put the Peep into the Basket of Grass

The peep will fit perfectly inside the edible Easter grass because it makes a nice little nest inside the mason jar. The kids needed a little help getting the Peep to stand up. We used bunny peeps, but chicks would work too. They would be super cute on top of the edible grass.

Putting in the Easter Candy for the edible mason jars for Easter

Step 3: Fill up your Easter Candy Craft with Candy

Choose the type of candy your kids like and let them fill up their mason jar Easter treat. I used $1 size box of Skittles, Jelly Beans, and the Cadbury Chocolate Eggs and there was plenty leftover. This was my trial run to make sure it worked before the birthday party.

Simple Easter Candy Jar Craft

Step 4: Put the Lid on your Candy Jar Treat

Put the lid back on the mason jar and you have the cutest candy jar treat.

Mason Jar for a cute Easter Treat

Now you can add a ribbon, Happy Easter message or stickers on top of the jar. My kids just wanted to leave them plain so I did.

Cute Easter Treat in a Simple Easter Candy Jar Craft

The Easter Candy Craft jar makes a great party favor for an Easter Party or Birthday party. It would look great on an Easter table too or put them in your kids Easter Baskets. The kids loved making it and can’t wait to do it at the birthday party.


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Hi I'm Jenny from Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts. I love to create decorations for my home, projects to create magical holidays, and to have fun with my kids. The quote "I run on coffee, chaos, and crafts" describes my world and I wouldn't have it any other way. I hope you find inspiration and enjoy my creative journey.