YUMMY MUMMY treat Jars~ tea lights/or party favors

Here are my Yummy Mummy’s! THEY ARE MUMMY-LICIOUS WITH TREATS IN THEM!

these would ALSO make great halloween decorations or party favors at your next HALLOWEEN PARTY. Or just as treat jars for friends, class mates, neighbors, etc. Fill with any candy you want!

spooky in TINTED BLACK AND WHITE 😉

here is a HOW TO~ use and save those baby food jars small or big. Or you can make large ones out spaghetti, or applesauce jars.

Or you can use them as a nice halloween flicker to light up any spooktacular area and make them TEA LIGHTS TOO!

YES’ MR. MUMMY STILL has wet mod podge on him when i took this pic. SORRY!

THANKS FOR LOOKING!
I am linking up with These Creative Juices for Letting The Creative Juices Flow HERE Show and Tell with Blue Cricket Design HERE Creative Share Blog Hop at Trendy Treehouse HERE Whatever Goes Wednesday at Someday Crafts HERE Sugar and Spice at Seven Thirty Three HERE SomeWhat Simple for Strut Your Stuff Thursday HERE and Fingerprints on the Fridge for Feature Yourself Friday HERE  All About You at Texas Monkey HERE and Be Different Act Normal for Show and Tell Fall edition HERE.


Comments

  1. adorable!

  2. Jen, I absolutely love this! you are on a roll. How funny would it be to put flowers in it like frankenstein hair or something. And I love that it could harden enough to even take the jar out, kind of like just a mold, sort of like paper mache (my spelling is off).

  3. That is DARLING my dear! What a fun Halloween project! So cute!

    xoxo
    Jen

  4. I am CRAZY in love with these! LOVE LOVE LOVE them!

    I will be making these SOON!

    p.s. I never got the info from the necklace. 🙁

  5. Very cute! It will be here before we know it! Yikes!

  6. This will be on my to do list!! Great stuff…as always. You rock!

  7. Jenn, these are TOO cute! I love them! Great project. 🙂

  8. Love them! So cute!

  9. Great idea. Will be making some for the house and perhaps for a
    2nd grade party!!

  10. Excellent!!!! What a neat party favor!

  11. totally cute…can’t wait to make these for my daughters class.

  12. Super cute! Nice job!

  13. Spooky and super cute.I’ve started up my Halloween projects to. You have really gotten me in the mood for Fall =)

  14. You are killing me with your cute Halloween ideas!! I’m ready to get going on Halloween already!

  15. Aw, cute but not scary. Perfect for the little ones.

  16. OMG! You are just knocking out the Halloween projects!! Love it!

  17. Those are too cute!! You have such great ideas for Halloween! The candy wreath is definitely something I’ll have to try sometime!

  18. They would look so awesome with the votives! how great!

  19. Cute! Where have I been, I thought Larsen Loves was your only blog. I guess I’m not very observant and I have been missing out on all your cute crafts. I just followed this blog! 🙂

  20. Very cute…can’t wait to go look around at your other projects!

  21. Wow! What a great idea!! Thanks so much! I can’t wait for Halloween now. 🙂

    I hope you’ll come participate in my link party today! It runs all week so come back and add more BOY projects! All About The Boy @ The Nifty Nest!

    Liz

  22. Don’t be mad when you sees these again on my blog sometime soon! They are so adorable!
    smiles!

  23. super cute!! I need to make some of these! I am too excited for Halloween!! 🙂

    Marni @ Sassy Sites!
    http://www.sassysites.blogspot.com
    MY blog is all about YOU!

  24. These are so stinking cute! Love them!

  25. What a fun Halloween idea.

    Have a wonderful day.
    Gail

  26. This just terrific – and something new besides. I love it! Good job!

    Haupi

  27. Can’t wait for Halloween!!!

  28. I love these! We always host a Halloween party for te neighborhood, and I think that these will be my favors!

  29. These would be perfect for my piano students!! I can’t wait to make them!

  30. I love these! What a cute idea.

  31. ha ha ha!! those are AWESOME! 🙂 I need some cheap halloween decor ideas, so thanks! I have a TON of baby food jars around.

    Did you use gauze strips for the fabric or cheese cloth?

    mueller_kimberly@yahoo.com

  32. I love this craft! It turned out so cute. Halloween is such a fun holiday to decorate for!

  33. love these and SO easy!!

  34. Oh, my goodness… Cute, Cute!
    I love it!
    Thank you for sharing!
    Leticia

  35. Oh my. You are GORGEOUS and CREATIVE. Geez, there is no justice in the world.

    Sigh…

    Where does one find babyfood jars anymore? All I ever see is those little plastic tubs.

    This is a cute, cute idea.

  36. Your blog inspired me this week….these have got to be the most adorable Halloween decorations I have ever seen!

    I have featured you on my Friday Favorites, http://paintchipsandfryingpans.blogspot.com/2010/08/friday-favorites-and-family-moment_27.html

    Amber

  37. Me again! I love this project so much I’ve included it in some inspiration Halloween crafts on my blog today. I’m definitely going to have to give these a try this year!

  38. I love Mummy’s! They are so cute!

    Thanks for linking them up to Show and Tell Saturday!

  39. ohhhh coolll!! can’t wait for holloween! 🙂

  40. Oh my those are so cute!

  41. just wanted to let you know I made these and I linked back to you when i posted them. 🙂

    http://bugaboominimrme.blogspot.com/2010/09/even-more-stained-glass-but-some-other.html

    Mine didn’t turn out like yours because I didn’t have the right kind of gauze, but I’ve gotten lots of compliments so far!

    Thanks!

  42. Such a cute idea I might use this for my treats on halloween! Thanks for sharing.

  43. Very cute!

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