Merry “kiss” mas gift idea w/ FREE printable


Have you seen Martha Stewart’s paint line? Oh my gosh, it is so fun! I received a fun little (okay it was pretty BIG) box to play with and I cannot stop crafting. Expect many more holiday crafts coming your way. ;) Today I’m going to show you a fun gift idea featuring Martha’s gloss paint and etching cream. I love the glass paint opaque paint! It’s absolutely beautiful!

Merry “kiss” mas gift idea

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • Mason Jar
  • Martha Stewart Etching Cream w/ brush
  • Martha Stewart Stencil
  • Martha Stewart gloss paint
  • Cupcake Liner
  • Ribbon
  • Free printable


The first thing you’ll do is place your stencil onto your mason jar. Make sure you push it down on all of the sides, so the paint doesn’t leak through.

Then apply a generous amount of etching cream and let it sit for 15 minutes.

After 15 minutes wash off the cream and remove the stencil.

Then dry your jar and admire your beautiful work. ;)

Next I filled my jar with peppermint kisses (my fave!!) and added a cupcake liner under the rim. I also added an “xo” with the opaque paint. I love that stuff! It’s so easy to write with.

Next I printed my tag (download a free one here) and cut it out.

Then I tied the tag on with ribbon and it was done. Such a fun and easy gift idea for the ones you love.

Make it a great day! {hugs}

Check out these ideas from some of my crafty friends below.

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Jamielyn Nye

of I Heart Naptime

Creative director and founder of I Heart Naptime. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her three little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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4 comments on “Merry “kiss” mas gift idea w/ FREE printable”

  1. Adorable!!! You know…Im really falling for that glitter ribbon! It´s lovely!


  3. Love, love this craft! But, I would love it more if the family’s name were spelled correctly (please forgive me–I’m an English teacher!); it should be “The Nyes” (you are wanting to list them as a group/family, correct?). An apostrophe should only be used if you are trying to indicate possession. :)

    Merry Christmas! Love your site.

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