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Daniela’s Monthly Favorite #7 – JarJackets Sippy / #Giveaway

Daniela's Monthly Favorite #7 - JarJackets Sippy / #JarJackets #Giveaway


Hey guys,

We are here back again with one more edition of Daniela’s monthly favorite. This time we would like to introduce you the JarJackets Sippy.

Have you ever heard of JarJackets before?

JarJackets is a mommy-owned company that launched in October with the 16oz and 24oz wide-mouth jar sleeves. JarJackets was created with the mission of helping to find better more creative ways to put the time-tested mason jar to work. 

Even though Jarjackets was launched back in October they just launched not to long ago their JarJackets Sippy thinking in the littlest of the house.  

Daniela's Monthly Favorite #7 - JarJackets Sippy / #JarJackets #GiveawayIt was so hard to find a “good” sippy cup for my toddler that at the end I just give-up 🙁 .


We tried several different sippy cups like the ones with plastic straw; those were just a hassle. I had to washed the straw separately to avoid mold to build up or the sippy cups with the lid built with the silicone suction, most of them came with the silicone suction cut so small that she had to suck really hard to get her drink from the cup and when I tried to cut it open a little more that it will be the opposite, she will get too much liquid coming out of it. Frustrating!!!  

Now, why do we choose the JarJackers for mason jar sippy cups?

  • Mason jars are made of glass, mason jars won’t leach harmful chemicals like BPA/BPS and phthalates into their contents. Just like glass, their reusable FDA grade silicone jackets are 100% non-toxic, plastic-free, waste-free, BPA/BPS-free and phthalate-free.
  • Composed all-natural, sustainable raw materials, glass mason jars are 100% recyclable and can be reused endlessly.  By eliminating the need for single-function bottles or containers that will eventually end up in landfills mason jars can also help you to reduce your carbon footprint.
  • Mason jars are dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe.
  • JarJackets sleeves cab be used without the sippy lids when the kids transition to drink in a “regular” glass.
  • JarJackets are made from lightweight, pliable and shock absorbent silicone rubber that provided durability and optional grip for small hands.


These JarJackets come in 3 different colors pink, aqua and green + lids.

Do you use mason jars? Do you love them as much as we do?

You can now enter to win your own 2-pack of the JarJackets (Fits 12oz Jelly Jars)+ lids in the color of your choice.   

Open To US and must be 18+ to enter Giveaway Dates ~ 04/04 12:01 AM EST through 4/17 11:59PM EST Good Luck!!

Disclosure: For The Love To will not be held responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill their prize obligations. This giveaway is in no way endorsed or sponsored by Facebook or any other social media site. The winner will be randomly drawn and will be notified by email. Winner has 48 hours to reply before a replacement winner will be drawn.



This post was sponsored by JarJackets. I acquired complimentary products to facilitate my overview, although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.





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45 thoughts on “Daniela’s Monthly Favorite #7 – JarJackets Sippy / #Giveaway

  1. I would choose the green these things look amazing I have 3 little grandchildren that these would be awesome for when they come to the house.

  2. I like the pink. I’ll be honest, the idea of handing my accident-prone toddler a drink in a glass jar took me aback at first, but you’ve come close to selling me on the concept.

  3. These look fab! Ben isnt at the point of needing sippy cups yet, but will definitely keep these in mind for when we do!
    Thanks for linking up to #TriumphantTales. I hope to see you back again on Tuesday

  4. These look fab. I think at one point I could have stocked a shop with sippy cups when the little man was at that age! Thank you for linking up to #TriumphantTales, please do come back next week!

  5. The pink color is very nice, but each of them are just a nice idea and have such a nice bold color to them! Love this idea and such a great way to reuse jars! ☺♥

  6. What a great idea! My kids would have likes these when they were younger. I’m curious what the lids are like and how long they last. My kiddos (mostly my second) was a lid chewer. Can you get just replacement lids?

  7. I’ve not heard of these before but then I guess they are not available in the UK. They look great though and I hope they do well. Thanks for joining us at #familyfun

  8. I swear mason jars can be used for absolutely anything. Build a rocketship? mason jars. Fashion a bridge? Mason Jars. Solve world hunger? mason jars.


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