Love is in the air and Valentine's Day on its way. I'm here to share a Papertrey Ink Tips & Tricks project with you...a fun, quick, and easy Valentine gift idea all wrapped up in a mason jar.
I'm pretty sure that just about everything looks cute in a mason jar and I have loved the mason jar trend and hope these little beauties keep sticking around.
The supplies for this project are pretty minimal and can easily be swapped out for different colors, themes, occasions, etc. So, how about we get started?
Next, prepare your stamped images. I used Papertrey Ink's Tremendous Treats: Valentine stamp set, White Stamper's Select Cardstock, Smokey Shadow ink, Limitless Layers: 1 3/4" Circles (for the center circle), and Limitless Layers: 2 1/2" Circles (for the outer scalloped circle), Sweet Blush Bitty Dot paper, Sweet Blush Polka Dot paper, and Simple Valentine paper. The images were colored using Copic Markers in the following colors: Crimson RV29, Pink RV11, Aqua Mint BG32, with Warm Gray W1 No.1 used as an outline.
Add your chosen sentiments. I used Papertrey Ink's Tiny Treats: Valentine stamp set and Smokey Shadow ink. I then added a heart border around my image using the 2010 Love Tags stamp set and Pure Poppy ink.
Now it's time to assemble your jars. Simply adhere the doily to the center of the jar front using just a bit of adhesive in the center of the doily and then adhere the scalloped circle Limitless Layer die cut to the center of the doily. Next, wrap a double strand of Pure Poppy Baker's Twine around the center of the jar securing it in a bow. Using dimensional adhesive, adhere the stamped circle to the center of the scalloped circle.
Using the Limitless Layers: 2 1/2" Circles die collection again, cut circles to cover the jar seal. I then painted my jar rings using Krylon acrylic paint in Catalina Mist and Ballet Pink. I added mica flakes by spraying the rings with adhesive spray and then lightly shaking on the sparkle.
These are so much fun to assemble and dress up for someone sweet. Let the little ones help by coloring in the stamped images themselves, then present to a teacher or special friend.
Thanks so much for visiting!