The best gifts in glass this Christmas
It’s that time of year again.
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Ideal for a sit-down meal with the family, here are some easy centerpiece and display ideas that are quick and cost effective. If you don’t have any bell jars, you could also use upturned wine glasses.
So simple, yet really effective. Using small bunny figures and recycled glass jars, paint in pastel colours for a stunning Easter storage solution.
Kids will love this idea. Follow the recipe to make cookies shaped like bunny ears and slot them onto the rim of a decorated glass of milk.
Hosts can use these adorable Easter sweet jars as a centerpiece for the table and then give them out to the kids once they’ve eaten their dinner. Two birds, one stone – brilliant!
Wow, don’t these look amazing? Just for grown ups, these boozy crème egg cocktails aren’t for those counting calories, but are definitely worth falling off the wagon for!
Happy Easter from Friends of Glass!