Brooke Hawkins
More ideas from Brooke
The 'bad day' jar. All you need is a clean mason jar, scissors, hot glue gun, and a good printer. Fill the jar with things you love about the person, quotes, funny things, bible verses, or whatever it takes to make them smile. The printable labels are free and found at http://limeshot.com/2012/free-printable-mason-jar-labels Glue the label to the jar, write your comments down, fold them and put them in the jar. Perfect for going away to college, moving away, or army gifts!

The 'bad day' jar. All you need is a clean mason jar, scissors, hot glue gun, and a good printer. Fill the jar with things you love about the person, quotes, funny things, bible verses, or whatever it takes to make them smile. The printable labels are free and found at http://limeshot.com/2012/free-printable-mason-jar-labels Glue the label to the jar, write your comments down, fold them and put them in the jar. Perfect for going away to college, moving away, or army gifts!

The Happy Jar. A homemade jar of individual sentiments on paper designed to cheer up a faraway loved one. Could make one up for a child who is a hesitant sleepaway camper or first time college student. This is from Our Army Life (according to the wife!): Valentine's Sneak Peek

The Happy Jar. A homemade jar of individual sentiments on paper designed to cheer up a faraway loved one. Could make one up for a child who is a hesitant sleepaway camper or first time college student. This is from Our Army Life (according to the wife!): Valentine's Sneak Peek