Well Preserved

We’re kickin’ off release day 6 with Clear & Simple Stamps. Today we are featuring the new Well Preserved products.

Well PreservedI sewed a little strip of pattern paper from a Dear Lizzy paper pack on the bottom to give the jar something to rest on. There’s lots of fun images to fill the jars with. A little Copic coloring and it’s done!

Well PreservedI used one of the jar dies to make a tiny little shape card. This would make a cute tag as well.

Well PreservedFor this last card, I just stamped a bouquet in the middle and placed the sentiment over top using one of the favor flag dies. Check out what the rest of the team came up with using these adorable jar set:
Kim / Steph /Elena / Denise / Laurie / Dana /Lori /  CSS


20 thoughts on “Well Preserved

  1. You did a beautiful job on all of the items. I am loving the jar more and more. I saw one recently stamping it on acetate and cutting it out. Love your tulips, I live about an hour north of where they grown the tulips for their bulbs here in the US. Always a beautiful site in the Spring. Julie Ebersole lives about an hour in the other direction from them.
    I always enjoy seeing what you make. Thank you for sharing your talents with us.

  2. such beautiful projects! I really like the soft fresh look of the tulip card! and the jar card is just so adorable! and not to forget, your coloring is very beautiful.

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  5. Absolutely lovely! Love the way you masked and stamped the bow on the first card (at least I think you did;)! So pretty!

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