Thursday, November 13, 2014

Imagine That - Jars of Cheer

This month's Challenge Set at Imagine That is full of fun, I made this cute gift jar and tag. I up-cycled an old applesauce jar.

I started by printing out the image from Imagine That, this is a progressive challenge so if you play along this month you get the following month's image free.
This is printed right onto the cardstock for the card base, I added the, "You're so Sweet" sentiment included with the set and layered it onto a piece of red glitter paper and attached to the card base with foam pads. I added some green and white twine on the edge and punched a hole through both layers of the card and threaded a rubber band through it which I used to attach the card to the jar then added the red bow to cover up the hole.
I filled the jar with green and red gift bag filler, it will be very easy to hide some candies and gift cards in the filler.
Using my Cricut, forest green and bright green vinyl with the Ribbons and Rosettes cartridge and cut the Christmas trees @ 3". 
I'm entering it into this challenge:

Imagine That Digi Stamp - Jars of Cheer


  1. I LOVE how you used the image to create your tag. LOVE your treat jar. Thanks for sharing.
    Crafty hugs,

  2. Hallo liebe Sue,
    ein wunderschönes Geschenk hast du gestaltet. Deine Idee mit dem gefüllten Glas ist geniall und gefällt mir sehr gut. Vielen Dank für die Teilnahme an der Imagine That Challenge. Ganz liebe Grüße Silvi

  3. What a fantastic Idea. Love your tag and your take on the digi of the month. I may have to do that for some people for a Christmas present. Love homemade gifts. Thanks for joining us at Imagine That by Kris this month.
    Lynne DT

  4. Very creative a great way to recycle. Your card is wonderful. Thanks for joining our monthly challenge. Lisa Lynn DT

  5. So sweet and yummy!!! Thanks so much for participating in our IMAGINE THAT! progressive challenge!! Hope to see you again for our next challenge!!
    A Little Bit O' Paper


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