Today, I am sharing a sweet "Jar of Love" shaker card. This stamp set has so many possibilities. With 3 jar sizes and tons of accesories, like fish, hearts, flowers, lightening bugs, and candy, this jar can be anything you want it to be!
I made a "bless your heart'" shaker card with this sweet "Jar of Love" set. I used the little hearts as the shakers inside the jar and the verse- "bless your heart." I just love that combination. The supplies that I used will be listed below. But, I'm happy to say, that I will list a step by step tutorial here for you.
Isn't this the sweetest card, ever?
Here's a close up of the shaker inside. I used window sheets to enclose the punched hearts and it also has that glassy look as a real jar would have.
I used the new Classic Label punch for the greeting and attached it with dimensionals.
So, first of all, I stamped the large jar in basic black archival ink and cut out the inside with the coordinating "Everyday Jar Framelits" and attached a window sheet behind the jar with snail adhesive.
Next, I punched out some hearts with the "Confetti Hearts Border Punch" and placed them in the jar. I used the new "Foam Adhesive Strips" and formed it around the jar. I used one strip and cut off the excess foam and attached it up top.
Here it is, placed over top the foam strips ( heart side down) .. As you can see, I'm not too fussy about the look of back of my cards- no one sees them anyway, right? I applied snail adhesive and then attached this to the front of the card.
Here's how it looks! I layered onto basic black cardstock, Pop Of Pink designer paper, pink pirouette, flirty flamingo and whisper white cardstock. I attached the flirty flamingo and melon mambo ribbons with a glue dot.
So, so sweet. Bless your heart- I just love that verse and I think this card conveys that perfectly.
A few flirty flamingo "Enamel Shape" hearts give it the finishing touch.
I hope you like the card and the tutorial. Give it a try - shaker cards are so cool!
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