Mother’s Day Mason Jar

Fill a jar with love for mom.

Mother’s day is almost here. Is your daycare ready? This year make Mother’s Day Mason Jars, filled with love.

This quick and easy craft requires just a few supplies. The printables are featured below. Just print, color cut, and assemble. See directions below.

Mother’s Day Mason Jar of Love by Daycare Owl

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Step 1: Print the pages below

Save the image to your device and print.

Mason Jar printable by Daycare Owl
Happy Mother’s Day heart cutouts by Daycare Owl

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Step 2: Color

Colored Mason Jar and Hearts

Step 3: Cut

Cutout of hearts and mason jars

Step 4: Assemble

Assembled mason jar with hearts

Step 5: Cover with Saran wrap

Saran wrap on mason jar

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Step 6: Seal with tape

Taped saran wrap on mason jar

Step 7: Tape the lid on

Lid on completed mason jar

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