Need somewhere to store your Box Tops before turning them in, make this adorable Mason Jar Box Tops Holder.
I know I’m sharing a lot about Box Tops lately, but it’s because I really believe in the impact it has on schools nationwide. Clipping Box Tops really is such an easy and effortless way to help. Before throwing boxes or containers away, ensure that there aren’t any Box Tops that need to be clipped. It really is SO EASY!
I’m all about using stuff that I have around the house, and that’s what I did when I made this Mason Jar Box Tops Holder. I didn’t have to buy anything, but just raided my craft supplies to get everything I needed. Hopefully you have some craft supplies that you can raid, too!
Mason Jar Box Tops Holder
Mason JarChalkboard PaintRed PaintWooden Half BallHot Glue Pen
- mason jar with lid
- black chalkboard paint
- red paint
- round wood button
- yellow ribbon
- hot glue gun with glue sticks
- sheet of scrapbook paper
Paint mason jar with black chalkboard paint. Set aside to dry.
Paint round wood button with red paint. Set aside to dry.
Draw a circle around the mason jar lid insert on scrapbook paper. Cut out with scissors. Using the scissors or craft knife, cut a rectangle into the center of the round scrapbook paper so that you can put the Box Tops inside. Insert the scrapbook paper into the mason jar lid.
Cut yellow ribbon to size and wrap around dry mason jar. Secure with hot glue. Secure the red button, over where the ribbon ends meet, with hot glue.
You’re ready to begin putting Box Tops in the Mason Jar Box Tops Holder.
If you need a visual, watch this short video to learn how to make a Mason Jar Box Tops Holder!
This is a partnered post. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
During the months of July and August, as we are preparing for back to school, we rack up a ton of Box Tops. Although my children are all homeschooled now, we still need school supplies for our classroom, the kids still need snacks, and we still need all the things other students and teachers need.
This back to school season there are so many ways to earn Box Tops as you’re buying everything your children need. When you do your shopping at Walmart, you can take advantage of the Buy 5, Earn $5 in Box Tops. It’s a fantastic way to help your child’s school. With the Box Tops Bonus App, you can earn even more cash by using your phone to boost earnings for the school. Just like the name suggests, in addition to the on-pack Box Tops you can clip, the Box Tops Bonus App allows you to earn even more Box Tops.
And if by chance you are a homeschooling family like we are, I guarantee that your local elementary school will appreciate the donation. I know ours does.
I can’t tell you enough how much these little old Box Tops that you clip off of product packaging helps your child’s school. I’ve heard from countless teachers about how big of an impact this simple gesture does for the school.
Make sure you download the app, make sure you’re a clipping queen, and make sure you’re doing your part to help the schools in your area.
That box top jar is really cute and a great idea for those who like to save them up before donating them. Really like that the box top app allows you to earn even more to help local schools.
This is ingenious! I have mine all in a drawer and I lose them because it also has a whole bunch of other stuff in the drawer. I’m definitely going to do this!
Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says
This is such a great idea! We keep ours in a plastic bowl on the counter, so of course, we frequently pick them up off the floor. LOL
robin rue says
We save all our box tops in a baggie stuck onto the fridge with a magnet. I like your way A LOT better.
Claudia Krusch says
We collect Box Tops all year long. This is a cute holder for all of them. I will have to get the supplies I need to make one.
Liz Mays says
This is such a nice way to collect all of those box tops. You really can collect quite a few in a single shopping trip!
Shelley R Zurek says
This surely does inspire me. I have a ugly container for my boxtops. My daughter and I could make this together.
This is really cute. I think I will make one and get rid of the ugly envelope on my refrigerator.
Felicita Moncada says
I kept mine in a Ziploc bag but this is waaaay cuter! Looks like I need to find me a mason jar and some paint! The kids start school Monday so this would be a fun weekend project
Amy Desrosiers says
This is really cute! At the rate that we buy Box Tops products we could fill it up mega quick!
Box Tops for Education is such a great program. Using a mason jar is a great way to store them. I would probably misplace them otherwise.
How adorable is that?! Box Tops help our schools tremendously! We were able to collect over $2,000 last year with them!