Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Give Thanks Jar

Hi Everyone! Happy Tuesday!  I am so excited to bring you a cute little recycled project today.  I wanted to do a little something for the teacher that I teach religon classes with. She is so nice and we have so much fun in class.  I saw this empty peanut butter jar on the counter and I turned it into this....

All the papers are from Doodlebug Designs the new Happy Harvest collection.  The cover I cut a strip3/4x10 and wrapped it around the cover and then traced the cover and hand cut out the top part. The papers around the middle are cut at 3x10.5 and 2x10.5 The picture in the middle, and sentiment flag  Doodlebug stickers. I stuck the flag to the picture and then used baby powder to make it unsticky.    I added some Doodlebug sprinkles to the sticker. I also used some Doodlebug twine. Finally the crowning glory of the project a fabric popper by Pinque Peacock.


Here is the close up of the popper.

I love how it is just a perfect match for the project. Then I just added my kisses and it is ready to go. I will give it to her tomorrow.  Hope she likes it ;)


Enjoy your day.

8 comments:

Donna K said...

You're really on a roll with your re-do jars, Jessie…adorable ideas!

SusieScrapper said...

Very cute idea and I love recycled projects!

Susie

Robin said...

Super cute! Love those papers and that cute fabric popper :D Great idea to recycle that jar. I know your friend will love it! Awesome job Jessie!

Heather Flaherty said...

Love love love this idea! The graphics on the papers are amazing..

Heather Flaherty said...

Love love love this idea! The graphics on the papers are amazing.. love that flower

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Awesome idea to altred this jar. I love the papers you used and the flower by PP is so cute. AJ-

mamawcindy said...

Thought I would come by and see what you have been up to. Love your Cute Candy filled jar. Wish I had a couple of those chocolate kisses. Yummy! Thanks for Sharing! :0)
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Marji Franklin said...

I love this! Great idea and great work! Just adorable