Saturday, December 28, 2013

Happy Birthday Wishes


Hello there to my faithful blog followers, and to the new friends that have found their way here from Mary Fish's Stampin' Pretty.  Today I have a fun project to share with you.  It is my Birthday today, so I thought a fun birthday project would be fitting.

I have always done Birthday in a bag gifts, but I wanted to try something new.  Canning jars are so popular lately, I thought it would be the perfect way to update my project.


I started with this plain Ball jar, partly because it had a gold lid, and you know me, I am really into the gold lately.  I would suggest that you find one with a wider opening, since this one was difficult to fill.


Here are the contents that are usually found in my Birthday bags, a card, chocolate, a candle, matches, a balloon, and some confetti.

Are you spying all of the new Stampin' Up! products?  Almost all of the items I used will be available to you in just a few days.

There is a High Tide suite, which of course we had to have since we have a sailor, and know so many sailors, it was a given that these products would be on my first preorder, as well as the Gold Fancy Foil designer vellum pack.

This page of High Tide DSP, has a ship in a bottle, perfect for this project!  This card was sized especially to fit in the jar.

 






 
I had a lot of fun making this special Birthday in a Jar for our friend Dawn, she is of course, a sailor and a mom of three boys, so she doesn't get to see many girlie items come through her house, it was great to make something just for her.
 

So, what do you think?  Would you like to make one of these jars or would you like to receive one?  I would like both!  Please leave a comment on your thoughts or email me if you have any questions.  Thank you so much for stopping by today, I hope you were inspired, enjoy!

Stamps:  Hello, Sailor, Settin' Sail, A dozen thoughts, label love
Paper:  High Tide DSP, gold fancy foil designer vellum, pacific point and soft sky
Ink:  Gold metallic encore pad, pacific point and soft sky classic ink
Tools:  Big shot, chalk talk framelits, starburst framelits, banners framelits, arrows embossing folder, circle punches, small scallop punch, gold bakers twine, gold sequin trim, natural chevron ribbon, pacific point striped ribbon
 

8 comments:

sonny peterson said...

Happy Birthday Sandie ! I think your Birthday jar is the cutest idea ! What fun !!!

Kerry Willard Bray said...

Happy Birthday, Sandie! The jar is absolutely fabulous and a I will definitely be using this idea!

Maria A. said...

Great idea for a sweet gift. Love those jars, I have a few in my craft room filled with buttons, leftover ribbon, small silk flowers and other stuff. Thank you for sharing this great idea.
Maria Rodriguez, from Crown Point, IN.

Elisha said...

Happy Birthday to you!! I love your "Birthday Party in a Jar" idea! I wish I had thought of it when I was still working. I would love to make them for others. Your attention to detail is amazing! Thank you for the inspiration!

Sandi MG said...

Happy Birthday Sandie, I to loved the idea of the Jar. I want to try something in a Jar now too. It's great that you show us how it is done.

Melissa Tootle said...

Happy Birthday! I love your projects. TFS

stampingpeace said...

This is so clever and the perfect gift to case for my husbands best friend, who is a sailor with a birthday in January! Thanks for sharing your delightful creativity. Happy New Year from Dawn in Maine

stampingpeace said...

And a very Happy Birthday to you, too!

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