Quick Holiday Gift/stocking filler? Clear kitchen storage jar, a few ounces of sweets and a custom tag? Any takers? Super simple and super quick, because there is literally no time at Christmas....
I stamped the jar from Candy jar Christmas fillers, then I stamped the filler sweets and the lid, I used two colours of copic marker to match my candies, and then brushed the paler stripes on the wee balls with glue, literally threw on some gliter and let it set.
Oh I had already fussy cut this tag using a fancy die (Spellbinders Labels 20) and a ruler and craft knife - you know, when you cut a rectangle of card and slide it up through a label die, so that only part of the card is under a cutting edge of the die when you pass it through the machine.
I stamped the mini jar label on a separate piece of card, coloured it and cut it out - added some glitter and realised that I had used the wrong glitter... I should have used the clear glitter and not the white, but hey-ho, these things happen and I think it looks ok, I popped it up on foam stickies for a little dimension. Dash of ribbon, done. Whole thing - 20 mins.
So, how is your Saturday going? If you have an hour to spare, you might like to pop over to our Challenge blog, we have a fresh sketch today, and plenty of inspiration right here. Including this Beauty from Edna. Pop on over to the Challenge blog to see more.
Hi, I’m Claire Brennan and I'm a crafter. I am currently designing new stamps for Gina K Designs as well as prepping some of the popular WMS sets for re-release with Gina - it doesn't get any better! Thanks for stopping by, sure hope you see something different here!
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