Simply and easily create a delightful holiday display by reusing baby food jars to make a Christmas tree. This is a guide about making a baby food jar Christmas tree.
Here's a picture of the baby food jar "Christmas tree" my daughter made for my friend's 80th birthday.
Plug in and enjoy. I still have the one my daughter made over 15 years ago.
By Great Granny Vi
I have four kids, 11-7yrs, I saw this at a craft show when my oldest was just a baby. Since then I have saved "their" very own baby food jars to make their own trees. I have just now started making the trees and plan on them being a Christmas gift one of these years.
If you don't need baby food then buy baby food bananas and baby food apple sauce and make banana bread and apple bread or prunes to make your brownies instead of oil. Yep baby food prunes. Cathy from MA
I know I'll be making one (or more!) of these. Since the bulbs in the string of lights are easy to pull out, I think I'll switch them around so that only one color (green, dark blue) is in the trunk area, and clear ones in the top jar for the star. I really love this!
My mother had me and my sister making this baby jar tree since i was nine years old. I am now 50 years old and sharing this wonderful gift with my nine year daughter. I have even used family pictures instead of garland along with icicles. Thanks for sharing and allowing me to share my experiences.