Friday, May 3, 2019

A Little Love for Retiring Jar of Love

One stamp set I've had for about three years, but just hasn't had enough love over those years, is Jar of Love, not because I didn't love it, but because there are just not enough hours in the day and days in the year for all the sets I have loved! But I won't let it retire without one more chance to showcase how versatile and amazing it is! You can do so many crazy things with it! Just Google it and you'll see!

But since it's newsletter time again, I thought I would use this as my free photo tutorial for my newsletter subscribers this month.  Here is a closer look at what you will be able to create with this tutorial:

  • The main feature is a clear mason jar stamped on and die cut from a window sheet and matched exactly to a stamped image on some Shimmery White cardstock that has a watercoloured background.
  • While the sides of the clear jar are adhered to the cardstock the top is left open so that you can stamp and die cut, using the Everyday Jars Dies, flowers, grass and foliage and tuck it into the jar through the opening in the top to create a bouquet. I actually felt like I was doing some flower arranging!
  • The colour scheme is based on the Designer Series Paper that I used for the background panels, Twinkle, Twinkle, which turned out to be my favourite DSP in the Annual Catalogue this past year. I love the designs and colours, and the small images make such good backgrounds! Here I used Gray Granite, Night of Navy, Pool Party, Petal Pink and Soft Sea Foam.
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Here are some other posts where I used this iconic set: (Click on the caption to go to the post.)




Make sure to get the retiring items you want before they are gone!!

The step-by-step photo tutorial will contain a list of all products used, including links and measurements.

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