Box Tops Collection Jar

Last year when I collected Box Tops they ended up all over my kitchen. Months down the road I would find ones that I completely forgot about. This year I decided to make a Box Tops collection jar to keep them all together, and to hopefully remind Kenny to check for them before throwing something away.


Box Tops Collection Jar

Materials Needed:

Mason Jar

Yellow Paint


Pink Paper

Mod Podge

Box Tops Logo



Paint your mason jar yellow. Let dry.

Use a dremel to cut a rectangle slit in the lid jar.

Cut a circle and the slit out of pink paper using the lid as a guide.

Use mod podge to glue the pink paper on the lid and the box tops logo on the jar.


I love that Walmart is offering 5 bonus Box Tops on select General Mills® products! I decided to grab some of our favorites that had the bonus Box Tops. Trying to stock up before school starts. I know they will be having classroom contests again this year.


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