Potato Soup in a Jar – what a great gift!

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🏡 Click HERE to Join Us for 40 Days of Decluttering🏡Allie from 365 Days Of Crafts is teaching us how to make a gift of Potato Soup in a Jar.  It really is the perfect gift & I love it!  Personal, tasty & beautiful!    There are many times when I want to do something nice for someone- someone helping our child, a neighbor,  a teacher, etc…  this would be the perfect gift for this occasion!  I added in a few little notes, myself, to help you find the materials…  Have fun! Lets start with the Jar… 

Materials to make decorative jar:

flower – Silhouette (or you can find a cute one at Michaels) cardstock – Discount Cardstock (find a card stock that you like at your favorite craft store)waxed linen – available in most bead shopsbutton – unknown  (any button will work)paper – My Mind’s Eye Bramble Rose collectionadhesive – Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, Glue Dots  (most craft stores carry glue dots- just ask someone & they will point you in the right direction)  

Quick ‘n Easy Potato Soup in a Jar Recipe

2 cups dry, instant potatoes1½ cups instant milk powder2 tablespoons instant chicken boullion1 tsp dried parsley1 tsp powdered garlic¼ tsp pepper¼ tsp dried thyme

Combine all ingredients in a resealable one gallon food storage bag and shake to mix.

Store in an airtight container.
I love these jars: 

Makes 1 quart.

Cooking Instructions:

Place ½ cup soup mix in a bowl, cup or mug.Add one cup of boiling water and stir until smooth.Thanks, Allie!  What a wonderful idea!  I can’t wait to try this for someone for Christmas- it would be PERFECT for neighbors or someone special that you want to include!

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