I think most of us have seen the gifts in a jar. They are common around here and always welcome, at least in my family, lol. I saw a version of it that had ingredients for a ids' snack but put into a water bottle. It was chocolate to melt, pretzel sticks to dip, and candies and sprinkles to put on the melted chocolate. I thought that was really cute. You could do all sorts of things. I also saw the ingredients from a jar that were put into a cone. You can get disposable pastry tubes in the Wilton aisle at Walmart or Hobby Lobby. You just put your stuff in those and then decorate them. You may have to adjust the amt that you put into the cone, but I have some that fit the recipes that I give in jars. The advantage of the cones is that they are not as heavy, they are not breable, and they sure don't cost as much as buying quart jars. Around here they are very hard to find at yard sales and thrift stores. I thought I would mention this because the cost of jars here is nuts. If you have HObby Lobby, they always ahve a coupon on line and often it is for 40% off one item, which makes the disposable pastry bags (used for frosting, etc...) very affordable! You CAN find these at some party stores, but here they are about $1.50 per bag and that makes them also quite expensive when a roll of 25 is under $5 here!