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Shiplap Jar Baby Bottle Display

Do you struggle with ideas to give to new parents?  I know that it's fun to shop for baby clothes but sometimes I want to give a gift with more meaning too.  Hi, it's Maureen with you today!  I have a clever idea for you, using the Small Shiplap Jar Wood Shape from Clear Scraps.


This project can be a name display for a baby shower or a picture frame - the possibilities are endless!  I've chosen a yellow gingham paper as a backdrop, and traced the shape on the paper.  I've cut it out and began to stencil a design on the front.  This 6" Flowers Masking Stencil is SUPER cute for this project!  I'm using a light gray ink and a sponge to stencil over the paper.


Glue the floral stenciled paper to the jar.  Sand the edges or trim as needed.


Next, I've cut a baby bottle shape out with my electronic cutting machine in both white and yellow card stock.  I've estimated the size of the jar because I then glue this to the top of the jar.  Right before gluing, I stenciled a pattern on the rim with gray ink, using the 6" Plaid Masking Stencil.  I love yellow and gray together!


A 3D element I add next is a white lace ribbon, right under the rim of the baby bottle lid.  Glue this on with a tacky glue.

More embellishments are added at the bottom corner and top as well.  These include a variety of buttons, flowers and ribbon.


Next, use a mini clipboard clip and some tacky glue and adhere it to the front.  This can be left empty until you give it to the recipient.  They can add a photo of their future bundle of joy when they arrive.  Or, you can do what I did and add a paper frame with some paper embellishments to make it more obvious that a picture should go there.


What a delightful gift to give to a new mom (or dad)!  What other designs can you see yourself making with this jar shape?

Thanks for joining me!  See you next time!



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