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Christmas time can be stressful and the to do list is never ending, but it’s also a great time to have fun with friends and family. A DIY Christmas Survival Kit is perfect for friends, family, neighbors as a fun way to remind everyone that the hard work (the to do list, shopping, baking, etc) truly pays off. Just add this cute printable to go with it, just put it in a mason jar.
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DIY Christmas Survival Kit in a Mason Jar
Kit Kat’s are to remind you to take a break and relax (get a king size if needed)
Glitter is to remember that your Christmas will sparkle and shine no matter what happens or doesn’t happen. Some how it all comes together every year.
Put in a Christmas photo from years past to show all the joy that your hard work and surviving Christmas brings to your family.
I’m a total Polar Express fan and the bell is to believe in the magic of Christmas.
The Christmas season can be very busy with all kinds of extra things to do. Remember not to overbook and to schedule time to relax and enjoy the Christmas season.
For when you need to put your hair in a messy bun and get down to business. I do my best work in a messy bun with coffee of course.
Post It Notes
Post it notes are great for those ideas that pop in your head, to keep track of your to do list or perfect for a shopping list. They help me stay organized everyday. If you need more ideas of how to stay organized for Christmas, I share all the ways I stay organized and prepare.
Put your cute holiday survival kit in a mason jar and think of all the new memories you will fill it with during this Christmas season. Your jar will overflow with all of the new memories.
Hugs & Kisses
These edible hugs and kisses are to remind you of your families love. Plus you can eat them when you need a chocolate snack.
When all else fails and you’re just had enough holiday fun and are barely surviving, have a cocktail, recharge and start again.
DIY Christmas Survival Kit Printable
To get your free Christmas Survival Kit Printable, just download here. Regular computer paper will work, but for more of a note card feel, print it on card stock.
All of this in a mason jar with the cute tag and your Christmas season will be off to a great start. Its a fun, easy, and inexpensive Christmas gift and a fun way to kick off the holiday season. Mason jars make great gift ideas, this one is the perfect gift for crafters.
My Christmas Survival Kit will be on my kitchen counter and when I need a pick me up or are feeling down with the holiday struggle, I’m going to look at my jar, eat some chocolate and reads this funny note. It brings a smile to my face and I know it will make you smile too.