Jay's Easter

Jay PageJay Page Gets  Creative with Jars, Empty Tins and Odds & Ends

Materials

  • Coffee tins
  • Jam jars
  • Plastic pâté container
  • Paper napkins
  • Pieces of plastic wrap
  • Elastic bands
  • Decorated tape that I got from Lidl’s but other supermarkets are available
Collect your materialsJars and Tins

All the foliage and flowers from the gardenFlowers

I covered both of the tins with the tapePaper & Tape

Ready to WrapWrapping Jars 1Wrapping Jars 2Wrapping Jars 3
The jam jars I decorated with paper napkins and saved plastic from flowers that I had bought or received

I used elastic bands to hold them in place around the Jars

"I have to confess to 2 artificial flowers one with the roses leftover from Christmas and the other what’s the one Lily also left it for Christmas"

Saved Cellophane

"I have used this method a lot, especially at Christmas or Easter. Or any special occasion, when It doesn’t call for the table to be overloaded. If you do a few jam jars decorated for Christmas or Easter it’s nice to send your guest family home with one. They’re always delighted especially at Christmas with holly and a few bits of artificial glitter. Also lovely for children’s parties because they can’t do any damage (perhaps a bit of water if you overwatered!)"

Flowers from the Garden A Simple Arrangement 

I do hope you enjoy doing this because it’s not complicated and it makes you smile every time you see them

All good wishes

Jay Page