Today’s deal at Delight.com is the real, actual Sun Jar. I made one of my own which is undoubtedly not as pretty, instructions are here if you’re interested.
· comments  · 04-17-2007 · categories:craft · things I think are neat ·
// Apr 17, 2007 at 10:47 am
I came to your site directly after seeing the sun jar on Delight.com , you know, doing my daily website rounds. I am resisting the urge to buy/make one, although I am having a hard time. I have no idea what I really need one for, but they are soooo enticing!
// Apr 18, 2007 at 8:06 am
I think your instructions made a very cute replica. Mine turned out just as nnice as the one for sale and I certainly didn’t spend $32 plus shipping for it!!! I’d say there was about $15 in materials.
Hi, I'm Megan. I live in Seattle with Scott. I make stuff and give you tutorials on how to make it too. I also keep a blog of what I'm up to and links to good stuff from all over.
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Chocolate Easter Surprise Eggs: Hollow eggs with an interior shell of dark and white chocolate then filled with candies. One need to break both the shell and the chocolate to reach the things inside.
A felt dahlia pin for your favorite mom, with a secret pocket for notes of appreciation.
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Star shaped foods for your Oscar's party, they also happen to be gluten-free.
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