Sunday, 12 May 2013

Mason's Pot

 The Challenge at Whiff of Joy this week is anything but a card. Having just finished making 170 wedding invitations I am a bit carded out so thought I would have a go.

I pinched this jar from a work colleague which was at one time full of old fashioned sweets like Rhubarb and Custard, Cola Cubes; Pear Drops and other such goodies, we were very good though, they lasted a good couple of months!

 The jar is the perfect size for keeping my grandsons play dough pieces in.

 To decorate I have used some of the real cute stamps from the Whiff of Joy Spring collection which I haven't had time to ink up before.
 The background paper was made using distress stains on copier paper, scrunched and sprayed with water before drying with heat gun. I then added some Treasure Pewter Gilt Cream
All the images were coloured with copics.

Whiff of Joy - Anything but a Card
TTCRD-Anything Goes
Dreamvalley Challenges - No Squares allowed
Love to Scrap - Anything Goes
Cute Card Thursday - Something blue


  1. What a cute jar for your grandson. I love the coloringand theme. Thanks for playing at Love to Scrap!!!!

  2. How cute! What a great idea. I am sure your grandson will love it. Thanks for joining us at TTCRD challenge. Hope to see you again. ~DT Candy

  3. Congrats on being in the top 3 in the last challenge. How you incorporated the gate was brilliant! You did not disappoint again this time. What a fun idea to alter this jar f or your grandson. The techniques involved and the coloring is brilliant. Thanks for sharing your work with us again at Love to Scrap! Challenge Blog.

  4. Very adorable. Love love the nautical theme. Thank you so much for playing with us at Love to Scrap challenge blog.

  5. what a fabulous idea, thanx for joining us at WOJ, hugs, Marion

  6. Great Idea. Thanks for Playing at Love to Scrap "Anything Goes" Challenge.

  7. Too cute!! Thanks for playing along with us at Loves to Scrap!!


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