Father’s Day Treat Baskets

CIMG8905The key to a man’s heart is his stomach, right?  I put together some fun little treat baskets for my dad and father-in-law for Father’s Day.CIMG8903I reused some glass jars which were previously tomato sauce, peanuts, salsa, etc.  I throw the empty glass jars in the dishwasher when they are empty and use them for organizing my craft stuff.  If they are extra potent it helps to let them air out for a couple days.  CIMG8887I cut out scrap pieces of fabric in squares just a bit larger than the jar lids and tied tulle around the lid to hold the fabric on.  I then took some circle shaped scrapbooking stickers and wrote Father’s Day greetings to label the jars.  CIMG8897Super easy, frugal, and tasty!

What do you give to the fathers in your life on Father’s Day?


  1. something yummy to munch on is perfect for any occasion!! :P

  2. What great fun ideas! It sure is true with my dad and hubby, food makes them happy!

  3. these are such a cute idea! love them!!!

  4. Love this idea! Thanks, I'm going to do some of these today!

  5. What a cute idea!!!
    Well, I guess I NEED to go finish that salsa and chips...it's for the hubby. right?

  6. So cute. :) I already have a couple of your posts bookmarked this week for my "Weekend Bloggy Reading" post. ;)

    T really wanted a hat this year from a military tactical supply company. It sounds riveting, I know. ;) He ordered it himself, but the girls and I will surprise him with a grilling cookbook on Sunday. :)

  7. What a fun idea! Very very cute :)

  8. cute idea!
    My Father is another country :(
    Hubs is so easy but we usually dont do the holiday thing (for anything, no Bday, Aniversaries, Xmas, etc) Whenever we see something that the other would like we just get it. He got a brand new watch 4 weeks ago and last week he got tons of workout clothes.


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