Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Button Jar

Another bit of playtime with the Sewing Jar digi stamp from Birdie Brown!  This time I thought it would be fun to turn it into a decorative lid for a jar of buttons.  I love having a big selection of buttons to chose from for craft projects and its one of my weaknesses when I go craft shopping - there's such a huge selection to chose from!  Modern, vintage, handmade, plastic, wood, fabric...I adore them all.  And they look wonderful stored in jars to admire, rattle and rummage through!

I used shades of purple Promarkers to colour the digi stamp, again with paper glaze to make the pins and glass shine.  I mounted the cut out digi stamp onto a die cut circle, glued lace and ribbon around the jar lid and glued the topper on.

As Mother's Day is on the 10th March in the UK, I'd better get busy making a card and present for my wonderful mum!


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