Hot Chocolate for One Gift

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Turn an empty glass jam jar into a fun gift for Christmas Eve. Add hot chocolate and mini marshmallows to the decorated jar, and make a sweet stocking filler. You can also use this as a decoration for your Christmas table. Make one for every member of the family, and have some winter fun!

Total Time: 15 minutes

Yield: one stocking filler


  • 2.4 in high empty glass jam jar with lid
  • circle with a diameter of 2" cut from cream cardstock
  • circle with a diameter of 1.6" cut from brown shimmer cardstock
  • 1 inch long wooden "Peace" word
  • 3 heaped teaspoons of hot chocolate powder
  • 20 mini marshmallows
  • natural jute ribbon
  • small red polymer clay rose
  • two bronze resin leaves
  • 0.4 in long angel embossing tool
  • Pilot silver marker pen
  • standard scissors
  • quick-drying craft glue (such as Bostik Clear)


  1. Glue the cream cardstock circle to the lid of the jar.
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  3. Emboss four angels around the edge of the brown shimmer cardstock. Highlight the angels with the silver pen and add a stitch pattern around the cardstock. Allow to dry thoroughly.
  4. Centre and glue the brown circle on the cream circle.
  5. Glue the word "Peace" on the brown circle.
  6. Add the hot chocolate to the jar.
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  8. Add the marshmallows on top of the hot chocolate and close the jar.
  9. Tie a few strings of jute ribbon around the jar and make a bow. Add a drop of glue to the knot of the bow so that the knot won't come loose.
  10. Glue the two leaves and the rose to the jar ~ be careful not to get any glue on the lid.
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