Mini Shaker Mason Jar Card
June 30, 2020
Hello crafty friends... Helen is here. Have you seen all the projects from the team this month teaming up with the TapeRunner team? I hope you have becuase they all are amazing!
And today is my turn. I made this mini shaker card featuring Clear Scraps Mini Shaker Mason Jar and TapeRunner.
I started with cutting out a piece of heavyweigth white cardstock into 4" x 10", scored and folded into a card. Then, I taped the base of the Mini Shaker Mason Jar on top of the card, with very slightly over the edge of the folded side.
I traced the mason jar shape on the card with pencil and then fussy cut it with micro-tip scissors. After that, I applied the TapeRunner all over the top of the card, added the mason jar base on it, and then pressed it to make sure it adhered well.
I found a this pretty lace patterned scrapbook paper inside my scrap bin. I trimmed it to fit inside the jar and added on the mason jar base with the TapeRunner.
I printed the sentiment and cut it out with the scallop rectangle die, then I added it on the card with the TapeRunner.
Next step, I applied the TapeRunner on each layer of the mini shaker mason jar chipboard and I stacked them together.
After I added the last layer, I added some of the white glass beads inside the jar. Just enough for fun shaker, but not to much that the beads won't cover the sentiment.
I removed the clear plastic film off the acetate plastic. I applied the TapeRunner on the mason jar frame and added the acetate plastic, then I pressed it firmly to make sure it adhered well. And then I added the last layer of the shaker mason jar frame. I tell ya... this tape runner is super sticky! It holds pretty much any materials that you can find at Clear Scraps store!!!
I tied up some natural burlap twine around the lid of the jar and secured it with the TapeRunner. I also applied some TapeRunner on the back of the 3D paper flower and on top of the twine knot. I added the flower on the card.
I really love how this mini shaker mason jar card turned out. It can be used as an encouragement card and the recipient can put it on their desk as little decor reminding them to shine.
I hope this project sparks an inspiration for your to create projects with Clear Scraps! Thank you so much for stopping by our blog today. Have a wonderful day!!!
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