Chocolate Chip Cookie Gift Jar

Time required: 30-45 mins

May 15th is National Chocolate Chip Day! What better way to celebrate this holiday than by surprising a friend with a yummy gift? This simple step-by-step tutorial will help you create a fun and functional cookie jar that’s ready to fill with all the ingredients needed to whip up a batch of your favourite chocolate chip cookies. When you give sweet treats, you’re guaranteed to become everyone’s favourite friend!

Materials and supplies

• A lidded clear glass jar (large enough to hold cookies)
• 12” x 12” red patterned cotton fabric
• 6” x 6” natural muslin
• 5” x 5” Brother iron-on fabric applique contact sheet
• Brother ScanNCut Machine (CM650W)
• Brother ScanNCut Standard Cutting Mat
• Brother Sewing Machine (XV8500D)
• Brother Button Presser Foot M
• Brother P-touch H200 Craft Ribbon and Label Printer
• 12mm red wine ribbon
• Brown thread
• 5 small brown buttons
• Small amount of Poly-Fil stuffing
• Brown dye ink and mini sponge applicator
• Stiffening spray (optional)

Instructions

For step by step instructions, download the PDF.

About Karen Ellis
With a passion for making everything and anything beautiful, professional crafter, Karen Ellis has been an event planner, a Brother dealer, and an educator for ScanNCut. Her extensive experience teaching paper crafts inspired Karen to open her own studio in 2007. A proud contributor to Creative Scrapbooker Magazine, she travels to crafting shows throughout North America to promote the publication and share exciting projects. Discover Karen’s knack for turning simple materials into unique things of beauty, today!

You Might Also Like

Personalize a made-by-me bracelet for your flower girl to wear on your special day. Modify the length of the ribbon and the text to create something unique for your bridesmaids, your mother, your mother-in-law to-be, or for yourself.
learn more >>
Incredibly popular, Brother’s Q-Series Sewing Machines are loved in part for their diverse offering of stitches. From functional to decorative to fonts and more, the variety of stitches is vast and inspiring.
learn more >>
Interfacing is a type of fabric that’s used to give body or stability to a garment, craft project or accessory. It’s an additional layer that’s hidden inside your project, attached to the fabric, facing or lining that can be the full size of your pattern piece or only a portion of it.
learn more >>