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Give a home-made gift in a jar

Small but perfectly formed, these gift jars are easy to put together and make the perfect present for a friend or loved one…

Crafter’s jar

Any craft fan would be delighted with this jar of materials to get creative with

We used:

Le Parfait 1L super preserve jar, around £6.95,

Fill with...

⚫ measuring tape, £1, local haberdashery store ⚫ Jane Asher printed scissors, £1, Poundland ⚫ fabric, from a selection of fat quarter bundles, £7, Hobbycraft ⚫ giant buttons, from 85p - £2.50 each; felt balls and stars, from 15p each; fabric covered buttons, from a selection, all Blooming Felt ⚫ Cottage Garden labelling tape, £4 per pack of three, Talking Tables

Hot pink wired ribbon, £1.50 per m, Jane Means
Photos Lizzie Orme
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About Your Home Magazine

As you can tell from our photo, the Your Home team has been having great fun putting together this year’s Christmas Made Easy. We’ve been busy making, baking, shopping and researching to ensure that this special festive issue is packed with the very best craft ideas, recipes and practical advice you’ll need to make sure that this Christmas is your best one yet. We’ve created some gorgeous craft projects to give your gifts, decorations and cards a truly personal touch, that not only means they’re fun to make, but also means they will be eagerly received by family and friends too. We’ve also been busy in the kitchen, trying and testing dozens of recipes to make sure you have everything you need to feed your friends and family over the festive season, from party nibbles and cocktails to three-course meals, as well as some seriously delicious gifts to make for the foodies in your life. Plus you’ll find plenty of practical tips and advice to make sure your Christmas runs smoothly, including money and time-saving apps and websites, smart ways to plan your time, affordable ideas for having fun with the family and lots more. We really hope you enjoy reading this issue and that you have a very happy Christmas and New Year!