Tithing – Savings – Spending Jars + Free Printable Labels

So I needed to come up with something for Activity Days, and I was reading over the budgeting requirement, and I wanted to do something that wouldn’t be totally boring… my little brother has this cute, “Tithing, Savings, Mission” jar, and I thought it was cute, but to make something more girl friendly I  just made the labels “Tithing, Savings and Spending”.   These would also work great for Family Home Evening.  If you would like different labels, I have also made a set of blank labels.

tithing savings spending jars tutorial

Supplies:

  • Standard 15oz cans
  • Patterned Duct Tape (Walmart has it for under $4/roll)
  • Washi Tape (I also got that at Walmart for a few dollars)
  • Free Printable Labels – Download is at the bottom of the post (Optional – the cans are really cute without labels too!)

Duct Tape Jar Supplies

 

Directions:

Simple, I started with the washi tape and wrapped it around the middle, then I wrapped the Duck Tape around the top and bottom.   Either stop there, or just print the labels on a full sheet of sticker paper, cut them out, then stick em’.

Cute Duct Tape Can

Cute Duct Tape Can with free printable label

free printable labels

:: Download – Tithing, Savings, Spending Labels ::

:: Download – Blank Labels ::

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  1. Stephanie Pfahl says:

    LOVE this idea! Especially for my tween daughter; the old tithing, saving, spending bank she had was “too babyish” (her words) and she gave it away a couple of years ago. Lately she has just been using a small zipper pouch for her tithe, and a piggy bank for her other money. These new jars will look great in her room. Thanks so much for the idea and the free downloads!

  2. Fortune says:

    What is a tithing?

  3. This is a great idea! Where did you get the 15 oz cans at?

  4. Christina says:

    Hi there,

    I’d like to know where you got your cans as well.

    Thanks!

  5. Great idea! I’ve been looking for a good tithing bank for my kids, but international shipping makes them crazy expensive. I don’t know why I didn’t think to do one myself.

    Did you do any kind of lid for them? I’m wondering if I’d be able to find something or not. I might just try mod podging paper onto a jar or something instead.

    • No, I didn’t do a lid. I thought about it, but didn’t want to spend the extra money… If you are looking for a lid, the only place that I could find one, I think, was PETCO… random, but it was a lid for dog food cans 🙂

  6. These are great! Thanks for the free labels download!

  7. Joylyn Kinie says:

    I was thinking about the lid too and remember my daughter got those 2.5 oz pringles can from the gas station and that thought would be a great can with a lid. Now I need to see if I can find them cheaper somewhere other than the gas station to make for my Acivity Day girls. Thanks for the idea. If I can get enough pringles cans the metal can will work great!

  8. Stumbled upon this browsing Pinterest and I love this idea! We are making these with our 8-11 year old activity days girls, I’m just wondering how you got the sharp edge off the can? Thanks!

  9. These are so cute! So glad I found them, I needed a good idea for Activity Days. Question though, why do you need the Washi tape and the duct tape? Could you not just use the duct tape?

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