This Pedicure in a Jar with free printable tags is the perfect DIY gift! Give it to mom for Mother’s Day or as a party favor for bridal and baby showers. Either way, it's an adorable, pampering treat.
You'll also want to pamper yourself or someone else with the Best Sugar Scrub and a rejuvenating Peppermint Foot Soak!
DIY Pedicure in a Jar
You know we can not resist anything in a mason jar!
These pedicure sets are no exception! If we're not putting Cookies in a Jar, we're making other adorable little gifts and tying them up pretty with a bow.
This is a versatile DIY because you can make 1 or 20 depending on how you're going to use them.
Plus, they're fairly inexpensive.
How cute would it be to give these away at a bridal shower as a party favor or prize? They are definitely like a spa in a jar!
OTHER USES for PEDICURE IN A JAR
- Teacher Appreciation or End of the Year Gift
- Hostess Gift
- Bathroom Decor Idea
- Thank You, Gift
- Girls Birthday
- Just Because
With a few simple supplies, you can assemble these little jars in just a few minutes.
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Pint Size Mason Jars (wide mouth)
Pedicure Supplies (nail file, nail clippers, toe separators, push stick, polish, etc.)
Ribbon, Tags, and Labels
How To Make A Pedicure in a Jar
The 7-piece nail set is from Dollar Tree, so look there first and see if they have something that might work before buying all the pieces individually. That could be pricey.
The set wasn't very interesting packaged from the store, but in a mason jar, it's something special 🙂
Note: The dry skin file pictured here was too large to put in the jar, so we used it for something else.
First, remove the nail care set from the package or gather your individual supplies.
Next, fill the mason jar with all of the supplies.
Add your labels.
Note: The labels on top of the jar are 2.5-inch printable circles and can be be found at Paper Source.
You can use printable labels or print out what you want your labels to say, and then punch them yourself with a 2.5-inch round craft punch. Printable round labels can also be found at Amazon.
You can find the printable cute labels by clicking that link.
Attach a girly little ribbon and tag and it's ready to go!
Enjoy creating your pedicure in a jar gifts and giving them as party favors or to those you love - like mom!
Here are some other Mother's Day Gift Ideas.
DIY Pedicure in a Jar
This Pedicure in a Jar is the perfect DIY gift! Give it to mom for Mother’s Day or as a party favor for bridal and baby showers. Either way, it's an adorable, pampering treat.
- Pint Size Mason Jars (wide mouth)
- Pedicure Supplies (nail file, nail clippers, toe separators, push stick, polish, etc.)
- Cotton Rounds
- Ribbon, Tags, and Labels
- Free Printable Label
- None required unless you want to create labels with a craft punch.
- To assemble, place a small stack of cotton rounds in the bottom of each jar, and then add the pedicure tools and polishes.
- Decorate your jars with personalized labels and tags, and then add some cute coordinating ribbon for the finishing touch.
You can make as many of these DIY Pedicure Jars as you need, just multiply the supplies by how many you want to make.
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Hello and thanks for sharing this!
I'm getting ready to try it out & wondered if you've ever used castor oil in sugar scrub recipes before?
I haven't used castor oil, just almond, olive or coconut. Let me know how it goes for you, Teresa.
Hi Erin, this is such a lovely way to present a gift. I plan to make some chocolate brazil nuts and put them into a nice jar as part of
my Mums Christmas present. She loves chocolate uts and cute jars.
That sounds like the perfect idea, Debbie. How nice and thoughtful of you!
Karren S Haller says
Hi Erin, I just saw your post on Twitter and had to pop over, I have just added your idea to my Professional Pedicure Tutorial for at home Pedicures that include polishing tips for a long lasting salon quality pedicure. You are welcome to stop by and take a look get your copy and if you would like have my permission to include for your friends and family.
Please also stop by and share on my #OMHGWW this week
Hope you have a wonderful safe week!
Thanks for popping over from Twitter, Karren. I will pop over to your site and and take a look. I couldn't survive without pedicures 🙂
These would make great favors for a bridal shower! Love it! Just pinned 🙂
Yes! They would be the perfect bridal shower favor. They are adorable and economical. Thanks for the pin.
I love all gifts in a jar ideas! Thank you for sharing!
If you have time, come and share this post over at the Really Crafty link party too! (http://keepingitrreal.blogspot.com.es/2016/05/welcome-to-really-crafty-link-party-19.html).
I love this idea, not just as a gift but also for me! Thanks for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop.
Me too! Love cute, pampering things...especially in a jar!
Nikki Frank-Hamilton says
This would make a great graduation present, they could pack it away and take it with them to college. It doesn't take up much room and it would be a nice piece of home! Really cute, I love the idea.
I didn't think of that one, Nikki! Yes, the pedicure in a jar would totally be a nice send off for a grad. A nice piece of home for sure.
I love this and it looks so pretty as well. A really great idea, thanks for sharing 🙂 # WAYWOW