Hello again! Just popping in to show you all what we made in our class this fortnight, using the Jar Of love stamp set & Everyday Jars Framelits.
We made two cards in this class. The first card was a base of Crumb Cake cardstock. On a piece of Watercolor paper, we coloured a small oval shape using Aqua Painters and Sahara Sand ink. This was to act as a ‘shadow’ beneath a jar. The card front was then pierced around the edge, using a Paper Piercing Tool and Stampin’ Pierce Mat.
On a piece of Blushing Bride cardstock, we stamped the largest jar and the words ‘FOR YOU’, using Versamark. Next, it was heat embossed using Clear Stampin’ Emboss Powder, then cut using the co-ordinating die from Everyday Jars Framelits. A light sponging of Blushing Bride ink was next, then a few loops of Linen Thread were tied off in a bow around the neck of the jar.
Some leaf stems were cut from Pear Pizazz cardstock and glued to the card front. Small flowers of Watermelon Wonder cardstock were glued randomly over the stems, and small Basic Pearls were adhered in the centre of every flower. The jar was then stuck down using Stampin’ Dimensionals. Here’s the finished card.
For the second card, we used a card base of Kraft cardstock. This was stamped around the edges with the dotty stamp from Timeless Textures, using Versamark; and dried with the Heat Tool to leave a watermarked effect.
A card front cut from Blooms & Bliss DSP was adhered to the card base. On a piece of Whisper White cardstock, a small jar was stamped with Island Indigo ink, and the ‘water’ was stamped with Pool Party ink.
A fish was stamped on Whisper White with Pumpkin Pie ink, and cut using the co-ordinating die from Everyday Jars Framelits. A small banner of Basic Black cardstock was stamped and heat embossed with a sentiment, using Versamark and White Stampin’ Emboss Powder.
A strip of Burlap Trim was held in place on the card front with Glue Dots; and then the stamped front piece was adhered with Stampin’ Dimensionals. The edges of the card front layers were then curled up slightly to give a more vintage look to the card. Here’s the finished card:
Thank you for popping in to check out this fortnights’ projects. I hope that it has given you some inspiration to create your own projects with the Jar Of Love bundle. ‘Til next time x
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