A proper look at the jars I was trying to show you the other day...
Stocking filler quickies - for which I have a huge need....mini jars filled with sweeties - trim yourself out a fancy label for the sides of the jars, I used these dies. I stamped some suitable sentiments from Candy Jar Christmas. Sponged edges with good ole' distress Antique Linen, never lets me down....used black ink... little bit of papperned paper from a Graphic 45 pad, this years I believe. Added a wee loop of ribbon under the lid label with extra strong tape.
Or, join two together using a piece of card, mine was trimmed with a fancy Spellbinder die to make it purty, but basically a rectangle of card scored twice and with two holes punched, see pic below. The trick is to punch holes which are wide enough to accept the jar, but slightly smaller than the lid. See the pic below for deets. Little sponging, little lace, two pieces of black velvet ribbon tied in the same way as a mans neck tie, and I have a dinky little pair of jars, a sweet treat for somebody.
Or, dress it up with a bow tie. Simple!
I started with these jars from Lakeland, it's a UK company, but any old jars will do!
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