Ow many memories should I put in the memory jar I am making for my friend?

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As a part of my friends 20th birthday gift I am making her a jar filled with memories and I'm just wondering how many I should put in..
I want the amount to somehow go with the title/label of the jar and so far I've though of..
80 memories for 8 years of friendship
8 years of friendship makes hundreds of memories (I'd put 100 memories in this one?)

Other ideas would be appreciated if you don't like those ones.
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20 memories
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(Original post by LillyLisaa)
As a part of my friends 20th birthday gift I am making her a jar filled with memories and I'm just wondering how many I should put in..
I want the amount to somehow go with the title/label of the jar and so far I've though of..
80 memories for 8 years of friendship
8 years of friendship makes hundreds of memories (I'd put 100 memories in this one?)

Other ideas would be appreciated if you don't like those ones.
How do you do a memory jar?! I'd love to do one for my sister's 21st
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20 memories
I already have more than that
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that is such a cute idea, omg your friend is lucky to have someone as adorable as you :love:
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How do you do a memory jar?! I'd love to do one for my sister's 21st
Just get an empty jar (I've just used one that had vegetables in but you could also buy one) and decorate it (I've covered it in pretty wrapping paper and I'm going to add a title to it later). Then all what you need to do is get coloured paper or card (you could use her favourite colour or something) and write a memory you have of the two of you on each piece (you'll need to cut small enough pieces to fit in jar or you could fold them) and then decorate the lid as well if you want to

You could put it in a 'birthday box' like I am too to make it more fun/personal
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that is such a cute idea, omg your friend is lucky to have someone as adorable as you :love:
Awww thank you!! It's going in her birthday box that I'm making :P
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I already have more than that
100 memories one sound good then.
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I wish i had a friend like you.
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100 memories one sound good then.

If you do 100 memories, only actually do 99

then leave a blank piece of paper as the 100th memory.

Because the 100th memory was when she opened the jar and started reading the other memories

Obviously she'll ask you about the blank piece of paper later on, then u drop that sweet line then and BOOM!
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