Jar of Love

By | March 1, 2017

Jar of Love

Today’s project features the stamp set “Jar of Love” by Stampin’ Up!  I was in the mood for a spring card when I saw a painting of some really vivid colors down below.

Jar of Love

color combinations

So pretty right?  So I took out my ink pads to match them up and start creating.  By the way- I share these color combinations on my Facebook page weekly so you can play along too.

Jar of Love

I ended up stamping tons of flowers.  I did that for a few reasons- the first being that I could use the ones I thought looked the best.  (like there’s much difference, ha ha) and then also so I could have a stash of extra put away for the next time I want to use these flowers.  Neat right?

It’s sort of hard to tell, but I ended up heat embossing the jars using Versamark ink, Clear embossing powder and a heat tool.  So- when the card hits the light the right way, the jars look shiny.

Jar of Love

Now, don’t go thinking I cut all this stuff out with scissors. HECK no- I used the matching framelits to line it all up and cut.  I also used my favorite framelits of all time (Stitched Shapes) to cut out the sentiment.  Oh my word- how stinking cute are these cut outs with the stitching around the edge.  LOVE THEM! 

Jar of Love

One last little touch was to add an enamel shape above the sentiment.  Adorbs.  Those little shapes don’t get nearly the attention they deserve.

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Thanks again for stopping by!  I hope you enjoyed this Jar of Love! project and will come by again soon!  Remember… Think It!  Ink it!  Happy Stamping- Angela 😉
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5 thoughts on “Jar of Love

  1. Marisa G

    Beautiful card! Love the color combo you used. Thanks for playing along with TGIF Challenges this week.

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  2. Carolynn

    What a perfectly sweet card, and lovely colour combo! Thank you so much for sharing with us over at TGIF! <3

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  3. Sue Plote

    Wow, Angela! You wanted to make a spring card, and you did a fabulous job doing just that! How pretty and fun! Thank you playing along with us at TGIF Challenges!

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  4. Breelin Renwick

    I love the blue jars and the bright colored flowers! Thanks for joining us at TGIF!

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