A few More Jars

Sunday, October 19, 2014

 
I really loved Melissa's jar idea and after making one and loving how it turned out, I decided to make a few more.  They are really quick and easy to do.  Perfect for gift giving!  I've already given one to my friend, Jackie, with a few tea light candles inside for her to display during the winter holidays.
 
 
White, silver and vellum make a beautiful, elegant combination that's perfect winter and not just Christmas.
 
 
After my jars were painted and sanded, I die cut my tags and vellum from some of my favorite tag dies.  I stamped all the images using WPlus9's Winter Woodland and Iconic Christmas in Silver Lining dye ink and also embossed some with silver embossing powder.  I created some layered snowflakes using Snowflake Trio dies to accent each tag.

 
The photos have a pinkish hue because I was wearing a pink sweater when I took these pics ;)
 
Hope you're having a great weekend!

Cardstock: Recollections White 110 lb., PTI Vellum
Stamps: WP9 Winter Woodland, Iconic Christmas
Ink: WP9 Silver Lining, Versamark
Dies: WP9 Snowflake Trio, PTI Tags
Other: Sparkle Spray, Rhinestones, Satin Ribbon, White Acrylic Paint

12 comments :

  1. These make a very special gift, Kara! Beautiful mix of colors and supplies!

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  2. These are so pretty! They look so professional, like something you would get in a high end boutique!

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  3. These are so amazing and gorgeous.

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  4. These are SO PRETTY Kara, love your bows!

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  5. Gorgeous and your tags are fantastic!!

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  6. These are gorgeous, Kara! I love them done in white with the tiny snowflakes. What wonderful gifts--your tags are fabulous!

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  7. These are absolute amazing and so very elegant and classy with that satin bow! Oh MY GIOSH .... Love them!

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  8. Oh my goodness! They were well worth the effort. They look so elegant!

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  9. this is incredibly beautiful!! I perfect gift

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