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Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes

by Amy Bowerman

Who doesn’t love a Baby food jar?  They are little and cute just like babies!  What’s cuter than tiny jars and babies?  Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes that’s what!  These super cute baby shower favors are easy peasy to create using the new Baby Food Jar Sizzix die by Eileen Hull.

Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes Tutorial | Pluckingdaisies.com #Sizzix Seriously, how cute are these for baby shower favors?  My BFF is expecting twins later this year and these sweet little baby food jar favors WILL be going home with all the shower guests.

There are so many ways to decorate these jars.  Stamp them, emboss them, or cover them with scrapbook paper.  No need for favor boxes?  No probs, just use the jar portion for cards, layouts or string a bunch together for a cute banner.


How to make Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes


Today I’ll be showing use the Baby Food Jar die to make “Awesome Sauce” so let’s get to it!  It’s Awesome time!


Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes Tutorial | Pluckingdaisies.com #Sizzix

STEP 1:  Color jars with Copic Markers and edge with Distress Ink.  You can find a helpful Jar Coloring Video Tutorial HERE.

Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes Tutorial | Pluckingdaisies.com #Sizzix

STEP 2:  Cut a piece of Frosted film and place it over your Copic colored jar.  Trim away excess film.

Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes Tutorial | Pluckingdaisies.com #Sizzix

 STEP 3:  Add strips of Washi tape to serve as labels.  I created my “Awesome Sauce” Label with Eileen’s Ornamental Label Framelits set from the Cherished Collection.

Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes Tutorial | Pluckingdaisies.com #Sizzix

 STEP 4:  The Baby Food Jar die also cuts a cute little spoon.  Wrap die cut spoon with foil tape and use a stylus to add elemental detailing.  Use a Micron or other permanent black ink pen to accentuate the detailing.

Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes Tutorial | Pluckingdaisies.com #Sizzix

Stick on an “Awesome” label and any other embellishments you like.  I added rhinestone stars for an extra dash of Awesome.

Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes Tutorial | Pluckingdaisies.com #Sizzix

Now all that’s left to do is fill your favor boxes with sweet treats or surprises!

Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes Tutorial | Pluckingdaisies.com #Sizzix

I filled mine with star confetti because stars are the secret ingredient in “Awesome Sauce”.  Did you know that?  Well now you do :)

Baby Food Jar Favor Boxes Tutorial | Pluckingdaisies.com #Sizzix

Hope you had an awesome time making “Awesome Sauce” baby food jar favor boxes with me today!  What would you create with this super cute die?

Have an Awesome day!


{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Anita Houston February 18, 2014 at 11:20 am

Precious!!!! I love this cute die!
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2 Audrey Pettit February 14, 2014 at 11:07 am

OMGosh, now how cute are these?!! You are so clever, my friend! What fabulous baby shower favors these will be. LOVE your coloring and the frosted film is such a perfect touch. Totally love the labels and LOVE those metal spoons! Awesome!
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3 stamping sue February 14, 2014 at 7:57 am

Amy, what an adorable baby food jar with spoon. I have to agree the spoon makes a great addition to the jar.
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4 Anne Rx February 14, 2014 at 7:45 am

The jars are beautiful on their own but that fantastic little spoon is a wonderful finishing touch. Beautiful work, they will be lovely for your friend’s baby shower. Anne xx
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5 Claudine Criner February 13, 2014 at 10:51 pm

Wonderful projects nd oh, so cute!! Thanks for the tutorial Amy!!


6 Eileen Hull February 13, 2014 at 8:56 pm

What a great project! I didn’t realize that it had frosted film over it. Also love how you made the spoon and embossed those cute details on it… Thanks for sharing Amy!
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