Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Canning Jars Cookies


Can you get over how completely adorable these are?! I saw a link on Pinterest to some similar cookies and began to investigate where to find a canning jar cookie cutter. First, I was discouraged with how pricey they were until this one popped up. World Market, ninety nine cents. Done!

And, thanks to my friend who picked it up for me AND had a coupon, it was even less than that! She brought it to me at church Sunday morning and I had made these by mid-afternoon! Soooo fun!





UPDATE: This is my sugar cookie recipe and homemade icing!

13 comments:

Shelby said...

Absolutely adorable beyond words:) Love them, endless ideas you could use them for.

Wendi said...

Super cute!

Mom said...

Very cute and so you!! :)
Love you, Mom

Anonymous said...

Very cute!

Coleen

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness!!! Adorable!!!

*carrie* said...

Adorable! Love the ones with valentine sprinkles.

Mrs. Chrissy T said...

Monica,
They are beautiful. Could you share your cookie recipe? no biggie if not. Blessings

Kelli said...

Adorable! I love mason jars and have a small collection...I am always admiring your jars!

Bevy @ Treasured Up and Pondered said...

love it!! and I love your canning drinking jars. Did you make those lids (by cutting a hole in the top) or where do find those??

You find the neatest stuff..

Karate Mom said...

LOVE the cookie cutter and the way you decorated the cookies is adorable! We don't have a World Market any closer than 2-3 hours away, so I called my mom and asked her if she would buy one for me on her way home from work this week!!! THANKS for sharing the beauty and slow in your home - I enjoy all your posts (and have for SEVERAL years!).

Denise said...

Oh my goodness! Sweet! Wondering about those real jars with straws!!!

thehomespunheart said...

@Mrs.Chrissy T - I updated the post to include a link to the recipe :) Enjoy!

thehomespunheart said...

@Denise: I bought a set of those zinc lids on ebay one time and there were quite a few of them. I just used a hammer and nail to make holes in the tops of five or six and use them with straws :) You have to break out the glass part inside the lid and then I used a screwdriver to make the hole bigger. Takes about 1 minute! The reusable stripey straws are from Etsy.