Friday, July 12, 2019

Jar of Love – LICI-B-05

Stamps: Jar of Love, Itty Bitty Birthdays.

Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Everyday Enchantment DSP (SAB 2012), Calypso Coral.

Ink: Calypso Coral (on envelope), Pool Party, Soft Suede, Wild Wasabi.

Tools: Stamparatus, bone folder, purchased envelope, sponge, dimensionals, Tombow adhesive, snail adhesive, regular and mini glue dots, rhinestones, Old Olive baker’s twine, Subtle embossing folder.

Punches/Dies: Trio Flower punch, Label punch, Everyday Jars Framelits.

Will need a Very Vanilla panel at 5-1/4 x 4, a 1-3/8” strip of DSP from your Love It Chop It pile, a Calypso Coral card, a scrap of Very Vanilla cardstock for the lid, a scrap of Calypso Coral cardstock for the flowers and phrase.

Set the Very Vanilla panel on the Stamparatus.  Lay the DSP strip on the left side of the panel, now position the medium jar.  Remove the DSP.  Stamp the jar in Soft Suede ink.

Sponge the bottom of the jar with Pool Party to represent water.

Stamp the branch in the center of the jar with Wild Wasabi ink.  Clean the stamp.  Move it to the left and right and stamp again in the jar.

Run the panel through the Subtle EF.  The rest is fairly straight forward.

Stamp a phrase with Soft Suede ink and a branch with Wild Wasabi ink for the inside of the card.  Stamp a couple of branches with Wild Wasabi ink and the tiny flower with Calypso Coral ink on the front of an envelope – both stamps are from the Jar of Love stamp set.

I have loved and now chopped the entire package of my Everyday Enchantment DSP from 2012!  I chopped it in 5-1/4” strips then cut the strips into 4” pieces.  Kept the leftover strips too.  I cut the cardboard backing from the DSP to fit in a Full Wide Stamp case. I checked my ribbons to see what I had that matched and taped a small piece to the cardboard.  Stored all the chopped DSP in a Full Wide Stamp case.

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