Mason Jar BBQ Party Favors
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Time to fire up the grill, gather the friends and family, and host a backyard BBQ. Your party won't be complete without Mason Jar BBQ Party Favors. Not only will these awesome DIY party favors match your summer party theme, they're budget-friendly and easy, too. All you need to do is follow the steps to make a cute tag, then fill the jars with summer goodies. You can fill them with mini sunscreen, candy, and sunglasses. Your friends and family will love these trendy, useful party favors.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts



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I have never thought of making party favors for guests before. I've always figured it was something only corporate events did but this craft seems easy going and fun. At least i know how to customize the party favors according to the season.

I think either Ball or Mason jars would work for this project. Thanks for sharing!

Ball jars are not the same as Mason jars, both awesome, but just saying they are not the same thing. Mason jars (which say Mason on them) are from Philadelphia, and Ball jars (which say Ball on them) were originally made in Muncie, Indiana. The Ball family (benefactors of Ball State University - alma mater of David Letterman) provided a huge amount of financial support for the Muncie/Delaware County area. I love your craft ideas - thanks for sharing!


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