Decorating and gifts

WECK jars used in a different way

It's not just nice for yourself to store home-made things and to present them at your home. With little effort and some tips and accessories you can make a really great gift out of your home-made products such as cake in jars or preserved treats. A jar itself is a valuable wrapping which protects the content inside it, but applying coloured lids, doilies, labels, greeting cards and ribbons you're going to create a unique and individual gift.

But for sure there are a lot of more ideas how to use jars for decoration and gifts. We would like to seize on your ideas and deco tips. Please write to us: info@einkochwelt․de. Subject: deco tips.

Decorating a WECK jar

It doesn't matter if it's done in a simple or spectacular way, but WECK jars can be converted easily to beautiful elements that help to decorate your home and to create great gifts for your loved ones. A piece of decorative band, some decorative stones and tea light are enough to convert a 290 ml (9.8 fl.oz) WECK mold jar into a decorative lantern.

Decorating a WECK lantern for Easter

People who like complex things may like this Easter decoration idea published by WECK LandJournal. For this you need the following material:

  • 1 ridge tile
  • 1 WECK mold jar 580 ml
  • decorative stones
  • decorative band
  • moss, branches, bulbs
  • Easter decoration such as Easter bunnies made of chinaware or eggs
  • 1 candle
  • hot glue

And this is the way it's done:

Fix some stones at the ridge tile using the hot glue gun and fill more stones into the jar. Bind the decorative band around the WECK mold jar edge forming it as a loop. You may fix it with a drop of hot glue. Place the WECK jar in middle of recess of the ridge tile and decorate it putting moss, branches and bulbs around it. Place the Easter bunnies and/or the eggs in the Easter nest and put a candle into the jar.

You find more tips, tricks and decoration ideas in WECK LandJournal (Land-Journal@weck․de).

Decoration in three steps