I felt like making them all the same, was the best bet. Then nobody wants someone else's jar of candy... It happens and it's real, people. We try to avoid that kind of crisis at all cost, because even when you're dressed in your Easter party dress, it's all fun and games til you want someone else's candy.
(There's probably a life application in that sentence somewhere.)
I went with a satin paint, in "Ballet slipper." It's the perfect shade of Easter pink.
I also got tiny jars because these people are all under age 6 and I'm sure mine won't be the only candy they get all day.
And also, my children were completely horrified that they weren't included. Yet they think they're too old to sit at the kid's table... huh.
(And anyway I ended up buying a box of cookies from the girls scouts that assailed my front door, which Joe and Ava split while glaring at me and licking their easter-candy-jar-snub wounds. It can get a tad dramatic around these here parts lately.) (Something to do with hormones?)
I think the thin mints made them forgive me.
I hot glued the lamb feet to the jars. Then hit the lamb-jar lids and rings with two coats of spray paint.
Once dry I filled the jars and screwed down the lids.
About ten minutes of my life was all this took in all. I'm so thrilled with the simple sweetness of how these turned out! You could make one for every place setting if you really wanted to. (Ava is lobbying for that, but I'm not caving. You can't have your