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Under Cabinet Jar Storage

Under Cabinet Jar Storage // thepapermama.com

I’ve seen jar storage ALL over the Pinterest, and I’m finally using the idea. My under cabinet jar storage is one step towards a more organized kitchen. Seriously, our kitchen is lacking in quite a bit: beauty, up to date appliances, and storage. For now, we’ll need to get started on the storage solutions. Some day we’ll work on the appliances and beauty, but it’s not a necessity. Sadly.

If you’d like to add some jar storage to your home, check out the full DIY over here on the Better Homes and Gardens Blog.

Under Cabinet Jar Storage // thepapermama.com

Happy almost Friday!

- Chelsey

Day 35: Christmas Vacation Snow Globe

Christmas Vacation Snow Globe // thepapermama.com

Day 35 of my 50 DIY Days of Christmas: Christmas Vacation Snow Globe! One of my all time fave Christmas movies (right next to Elf). This little globe is a dry snow globe, MUCH easier this way. I really love how it turned out. Definitely a Christmas decor keeper!

Christmas Vacation Snow Globe // thepapermama.com

Supplies:

- wide mouth jar

- faux snow

- matchbox wagon car

- mini faux tree

- permanent dot adhesive

- gold thread

- optional: truck photo

Christmas Vacation Snow Globe // thepapermama.com

Directions:

- flatten one side of your tree (so it’s easier to attach to the top of the car)

- Put some adhesive dots on the top of the car and gently squish the tree onto the dots to attach.

- use the gold thread to “tie” on the tree.

- put multiple adhesive dots on the bottom of the car. Attach the car to one side of the jar.

- Put a small amount of snow in the jar (don’t bury the car).

Christmas Vacation Snow Globe // thepapermama.com

- Optional: print and cut out the “truck circle” and place it on the inside of the jar… sorta like the semi in the movie.

- This snow globe would be a perfect gift, but maybe you want to keep it for yourself? Hee.

Have a great Thursday!

- Chelsey

To keep up with the series, click here or on the image below!

50 Diy Days of Christmas // thepapermama.com

P.S. If you’d like to reminisce in the past 50 DIY Days of Christmas… here you are: 2011 & 2012.

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Day 27 of my 50 DIY Days of Christmas: 2013 Holiday Gift Guide // thepapermama.com

Day 33: Reindeer Food Jar Labels!

Reindeer Food Jar Labels // thepapermama.com

Day 33 of my 50 DIY Days of Christmas: Reindeer Food Jar Labels!

Supplies:

- Free Printable Reindeer Food Jar Labels: Large Reindeer Lid, Large Reindeer Lid w/Nose, Small Reindeer Lid, and Small Reindeer Lid w/Nose.

- Jar w/lid

- Scissors

- Granola

Directions:

- Print/cut out your choice of reindeer label.

- You can use store bought granola or make your own delicious granola following this recipe (made with no refined sugars).

- Prep the jar and gift to a favorite person!

Reindeer Food Jar Labels // thepapermama.com

Reindeer Food Jar Labels // thepapermama.com

- Chelsey

To keep up with the series, click here or on the image below!

50 Diy Days of Christmas // thepapermama.com

P.S. If you’d like to reminisce in the past 50 DIY Days of Christmas… here you are: 2011 & 2012.

This post is brought to you by,

Day 27 of my 50 DIY Days of Christmas: 2013 Holiday Gift Guide // thepapermama.com

Day 6: Homemade Bath Soak

Homemade Bath Soak // thepapermama.com

Day 6 of my 50 DIY Days of Christmas: My Homemade Bath Soak recipe plus labels I made for HP Create!

The perfect gift for your mom, or the lady/fella that needs a little relaxation in this stress filled world. Make my Homemade Bath Soak and put together a little gift basket for your loved one. It’s the perfect present. If you’d like this for your loved one, check out this link for the recipe and free printables to make this gift for your loved one!

- Chelsey

To keep up with the series, click here or on the image below!

50 Diy Days of Christmas // thepapermama.com

P.S. I do have a couple of spots open for the DIY Days, so if you think you have the perfect project to share send me an email. First, check out theDIY/Submission section in my FAQ’s for a bit of post submission info.  If you’d like to reminisce in the past 50 DIY Days of Christmas… here you are: 2011 & 2012.

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