Put them both together and you have one happy Farmer's Wifey!
Thank goodness my family eat jam, pickles and pasta sauce because I don't know where I'd get my stash of jars if these items weren't on my shopping list.
One day I might become very rural and actually have a try at making my own jam, pickles and pasta sauce but then where would I get the jars to put the finished products in? That's right, I'd have to buy it all from the supermarket first, so I can actually make my own.
I'm confused! Sorry I digress, where was I?
Yes, Christmas is apon us and there are thoughts of homemade gifts for the teachers, candy canes popped lovingly inside cards for school friends and the stress of finding the exact match for the Elsa doll because the shops have sold out to parents with little girls under the age of 5.
Our school is having a bottle sale during the Christmas Carols this year, and I'm looking forward to checking out the jars ahem contents which have been donated by local families. What a great fundraiser! Fill bottles and jars with whatever takes your imagination, make money for the school, everyone wins!
I decided to get crafty so off I went to my child free craftroom.....yes I have one, don't hate me....:) and I've done two chocolate/lollie jars and two scrapbooking/craft ones which are filled with ribbons, flowers and stickers in a summer and spring theme.
Finished with Christmas ribbon, toppers and tags and they look great!
Farmers Wifey xo