Another Dollar Store Find!

December 12, 2008

Okay, I told you on Wednesday that I went to the Dollar store looking to find some jars, which I did and here is what I did with the jars.

Dollar Store jars
Dollar Store jars

Aren’t these the cutest jars?? I bought all they had and I wish they had more.? I used the Christmas rub-ons that I had on hand (Season of Cheer and Old Saint Nick both from the?Holiday Mini)?and decorated up the jars, next I filled them with M & M’s and typed up the M & M Christmas story; printed it out and made it into a tag, wrapped the jars with the Real Red Striped Grosgrain Ribbon and tied on my tag with the natural hemp twine.

The M & M’s Christmas Story????????????????????????
by Pam Ridenour

As you hold these candies in your hand,
and turn them, you will see…
The M becomes a W, an E, and then a 3.
They tell the
Christmas story. It’s one I’m sure you know.
It took place in a stable a long, long, time ago.
E is for the East, where the star shone so bright.
M is for the Manger, where Baby Jesus slept that night.
3 is for the wise men, who came bearing gifts.
W is for Worship. Hallelujah, praise His name!
So as you eat these candies,

or share them with your friends,
remember the meaning of Christmas.

It’s a love story that never ends.

Another Jar
Another Jar
Another jar
Another jar
Last one!
Last one!
Whoops Don't forget to Decorate your Lids!  Kinda hard to see but this one has Santa Claus on the lid.
Whoops Don't forget to Decorate your Lids! Kinda hard to see but this one has Santa Claus on the lid.

One thought on “Another Dollar Store Find!

  1. Ann says:

    Tooo cute! Love these! What a neat gift for a secret santa exchange or just a simple small gift to someone who loves M & M’s. I love the story, where did you find it about the M & M’s I’ve never heard it before! Keep creatin’ these fun, easy, inexpensive, but oh so neat projects!
    Stampin’ Smiles from Ear to Ear,
    Ann 🙂

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