Gifts from the Kitchen, Leopard Wild Snax Jar

Here’s a snack mix that is bound to make you very popular

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And guess what?  You don’t have to do ANYTHING but open some packages

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I know, LAZY, shhhhhhhhh……..

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All you need to do is paint a leopard print jar

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Random gold shapes,

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topped with random brown shapes

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Finished with random black dots

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Remember to use paint specifically for glass so it can be cured to make it permanent

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Leopard print base on Martini Grande

Now pack your sweet and salty mix in your jar

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Make a tag or paint the lid

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Tie a little twine or jute around the jar

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And voilá!  A very welcome Gift from the Kitchen!

Wild Snax

  • Servings: varied
  • Difficulty: EASY
  • Print

Peanut Butter Pretzels

Sesame Sticks

Cashews

Pistachio nuts, shelled

chocolate chips

butterscotch chips

Place all ingredients in a bowl, adjusting amounts and proportions to your taste.  Toss together and pack into jars

Obviously, combinations are endless, make a combination of this and that and create your own signature mix

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I painted a lucite frame too, perfect for a photo of one of our wild things…

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If you want to paint this leopard print on wood, metal, fabric or any surface except glass, you can use regular acrylic paint or sharpies~

Go Wild!

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15 Responses to “Gifts from the Kitchen, Leopard Wild Snax Jar”
  1. Jenna, I love snack mixes and simple makes it better! What a great idea for gifts! Have a joy-filled Wednesday!
    Blessings,
    Pam

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  2. Kitty says:

    Thanks for the tutorial on painting the jar, Jenna, and for the easy snack mix. Your baby “wild thing” is adorable!!!!

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  3. Judy Pimperl says:

    What a good way to recycle a jar! I love snack mixes–I made a dried fruit and nut mix with chocolate pretzels to take with us on our yard sale trip. Healthy and yummy. I’ll have to find some of those sesame sticks…I’ve never tried them before.

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  4. I love this, creative and wonderful idea!

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  5. Jenna, Great idea! I can see this being served in the martini glasses at a party too.
    xx,
    Sherry

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  6. cozinest says:

    You are talking my language when it’s easy/lazy! And this sounds delish!!! It would also work with the suggestions my nutritionist gave me for weight loss as long as I don’t sit with that pretty jar in my lap!!!

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  7. Love the leopard touches! And the mix sounds like a delicious combination! …and I’m all about easy! LOL! 🙂 ~Rhonda

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  8. Mary says:

    I’m WILD about your painted jar and oversized martini glass! I make a similar mix for my hubby to take on his spring and fall fishing trips but add dried cherries. He like the honey roasted sesame sticks but they’re harder and harder to find 🙂

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  9. Kim says:

    Your jar is so cute! I’m sure your wild snacks will disappear quickly. I haven’t thought of adding peanut butter pretzels to my snack mix. Yum! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. JESS44903 says:

    Oh wow…this is so neat!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  11. Cute idea! What a fun little gift or party favor. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty – we’re looking forward to what you have to share next week. 🙂

    ~Lorelai
    Life With Lorelai

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