Polka Dot Mason Jar Christmas Gift for Baby Girl

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Why not give a gift for Christmas in a decorated Mason Jar? You can make it a double gift... a whimsical jar and a thoughtful gift inside.
Here are the necessary supplies for the project.
My niece is having a baby mid-January​, I thought it would be fun to create a mason jar gift for her.
The color scheme was chosen to coordinate with baby's green and pink nursery.
I wasn’t exactly sure what I was going to do when I got started. But, in shopping for the gifts to put inside the jar I came across this green rubber bath ducky and knew that it was the key to decorating my mason jar.
After a coat of chalk paint and two finish coats of white the quart jar was ready for polka dots. Almost. First I had to work out a grid so my polka dots didn't look like I sneezed them on.
Once the polka dots were dry, it was time to dress up the ducky for Christmas, fill the jar with pretty pinks and a dash of green, and give the jar a little gift-giving bling.
Do you think my niece will love it? I hope so! Stop by AnExtraordinaryDay.net for all the details and let me know your thoughts.

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