What you’ll need:
• 32-oz. jar with lid, such as a canning or pasta jar
• Red paper about 4"x4"
• Beacon Fabri-Tac and Gem-Tac glues
•10” (1/2") red satin ribbon
• 1/2 yd. 1 1/2" red wired ribbon
• 2 jingle bells
• Heavy red cord or narrow ribbon
• White cardstock
• Fine glitter in Cranberry and Crystal
• 7 (10 mm) white pompoms
• 15mm red pompom
• 2 (10 mm) wiggle eyes
If your jar has a one-piece lid, trace around it on the red paper. Cut out and use Fabri-Tac to glue it to the top. If it has a two-piece lid, trace around the flat portion on the red paper; cut out. Glue it on, then glue the lid’s sections together.
Glue the ½” ribbon around the lid’s edge. Tie the wired ribbon into a bow and glue it to the lid. Use red cord to tie on the jingle bells.
Load your printer with cardstock. Click here to download the label; print. Cut out front and back and, using glue sparingly, stick them together, back-to-back. Brush Rudolph’s cap with Gem-Tac; apply Cranberry glitter. Shake off excess when dry, then cover his antlers with Crystal glitter. When dry, shake off excess, then glue on pompoms and eyes.
Glue red cord or narrow ribbon to the back of the tag above the printing, or punch a hole near the top, then tie it around the jar’s neck.
Package and label designs: Jann Johnson. Photos: HBB. Beacon Adhesives: BeaconAdhesives.com or 800-865-7238. Glitter: ArtGlitter.com.
For personal use only. Commercial use prohibited.
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