Pucker Up, Valentine ~ Lemon Drop Valentine Mason Jar Gift

Are you ready friends?  Because here we go!  Valentine crafts, gifts and all things hearts, love, pink and red … full steam ahead!  Well, mostly.  Surprisingly, there is actually not a stitch of red or pink on today’s sweet little gift.  And there is not a heart in sight.  Nope, I went a little nontraditional with a chubby little mason jar filled with lemon drops and tied with a hand-stamped lemon tag!  But I’m pretty sure you are going to love it!

Pucker Up, Valentine! Lemon Drop Valentine Mason Jar Gift

Pucker up, Valentine! Lemon drop Valentine mason jar gift!

And by now, you should know that I a sucker for puns and cheesy sayings.  Last year’s peas and carrots Skittles Valentine and Valentine candy corn mason jar were definitely clues that this girl is (happily!) a word nerd.

So, not that you really need a long and winding tutorial, but here is how I whipped up this Valentine mason jar gift!

First, fill your mason jar with lemon drops or any lemon flavored candy:

Easy and inexpensive lemon drop Valentine mason jar gift!

With a 2 inch scalloped circle paper punch, punch a circle out of lemon yellow card stock.  Yes, I know lemons are not round, but I took  a little creative license on this one.  Especially since I couldn’t find a lemon shaped punch ;)  If you don’t have a punch, you can just wing it and hand cut a lemon or go with a circle.  Use small alphabet stamps or your pretty penmanship to add “Pucker Up Valentine” on the tag.  Cut out two leaves from green card stock and attach them to the lemon with adhesive.  Punch a small hole in the top of the paper lemon.  Finally, run an ink pad around the edges of the lemon and leaves to give them a little character.

Pucker Up valentine - paper lemon tag for a lemon drop Valentine!

Now, just tie the lemon tag on to the mason jar with twine, ribbon or green striped bakers twine.  You can add a little love note for the recipient on the back of the tag.

Pucker Up, Valentine! Easy lemon drop Valentine mason jar gift at shakentogetherlife.com

I just love the bright yellow and green!  And I love lemon drops, so this would be a perfect gift for me.  And I love the cheesy little love note.  I guess, I just love love!  

More mushy little lovey dovey Valentine gifts …

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Candy Corn Mason Jar Gift

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Comments

  1. Oh how perfectly cheesy!!! I love them all!!!

  2. Oh that’s too cute, I love it! Pinning!

  3. You’re amazeballs… And punny. I like punny people.

  4. I had to pin the lemon jar– that was just too stinkin’ cute!

  5. What a cute idea! My grandmother used to give us lemon drops (and make the best lemon meringue pies) so these have a special place in my heart. I’ve already pinned to use for valentine’s day. Thanks!

  6. This is too too cute and I just so happen to LOVE lemon drops! “One for the jar, one for me…”

  7. Keri that is so cute! I LOVE Lemon Drops……I might be making that for myself this year. ;-)

  8. What a neat idea! I love lemon drops. It’s great that this steps away from the traditional pinks and reds. I’d love for you to share this at my weekly link party. Hope to see you there! http://www.thelifeofjenniferdawn.com/2014/01/a-little-bird-told-me-link-party-74.html

  9. Looks great! Would love to have you share at Link’n Blogs link party.
    http://iputabirdonit.blogspot.com/2014/01/linkn-blogs-link-party-8.html

    xo
    Daniela
    Put A Bird On It

  10. what great and cute ideas, so vintage like with a modern appeal
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  11. I adore this! I had to share your idea with my readers in my post on using Mason Jars as Valentine’s gifts. Come check it out at http://mytinyhousedream.blogspot.com/2014/01/5-ways-to-use-mason-jars-for-valentines.html. Adorable and creative. My mouth is watering for a lemon drop now!

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