Thursday, 24 April 2014

Decorated Sweetie Jar

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My Project




side view  showing  the pretty vellum paper

Just a quick post today to show a little sweetie jar that I decorated.  I decorated a couple at Christmas and filled them with sweets for the children but with all the hustle and bustle I totally forgot to take pictures. 

For this one I used some really pretty vellum that was in my Paddle Prize from Mrs Duck ( Ang). The lace and narrow pink ribbon are from my stash . The pink velvet ribbon with the saddle stitched edge was from some ribbon (lots of ribbon!!) that I won from Crafty Ribbons last year.  It was all in shades of pink and the variety was amazing .  I think, and I'm sure Ang will be able to confirm this, that the crochet flowers are from The Range.  It just looks so pretty and is very useful for all sorts of things eg buttons, ribbon, sweets lol! but will also make a lovely gift.

Well that's it from me for today.  Hope you are all well.





18 comments:

  1. Good morning Christine, hope you are well.
    I just LOVE your jar, you know me on Boxes and Jars. When I saw the flowers I thought you have made them till I read on, they are beautiful.
    Great idea must try and remember this for Christmas. Mind you, a pretty gift in a jar is acceptable at any time
    Have a great day (((((hugs)))))

    Patricia xxx

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  2. Morning Christine, this is gorgeous, love the crochet flowers and the ribbon is very pretty, these would make wonderful gifts for various ages.

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. this is so pretty Christine - beautiful xx

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  4. Morning Christine,
    Very pretty sweetie jar.
    Lydia
    X

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  5. So beautiful Christine, I love those crocheted flowers. Hugs x

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  6. Ooo this is so pretty. The crochet flowers are gorgeous x

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  7. This is gorgeous Christine, I love the pretty colour scheme and beautiful detailing.
    hugs Sue xx

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  8. Hi Christine! Ooooo I do love this, the pink and crochet ribbon and those flowers are really pretty..might have to pop to The Range and just see if they still have some! The paper is gorgeous too! Hope you and John have a fantastic weekend lots of hugglessss Sue xxxx

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  9. What a lovely idea Christine. It is so beautifully decorated too. Hugs Rita xxx

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  10. It's lovely Christine and will make a jar of sweeties so special. Beautiful embellishments, hugs Kate x

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  11. Hi Christine
    I thought I recognised that vellum. How to make a simple jar look wonderful eh?
    We have got something similar to these flowers but not all Ranges carry the same stock.
    Don't know how you managed to part with your jars. Too pretty to give away.
    Ang x

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  12. Me again
    Got confused about the moderation thing and then looked back and saw what had happened.
    Don't know what they said but assume its because you had an opinion?
    Disgraceful.
    Chin up and ignore em!
    Ang x

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  13. Hi Christine, isn't it lovely when we can make something so plain become so beautiful!! Your decorated jar looks amazing, the crochet flowers are gorgeous, love the colour scheme you've used, hugs Carole Z X

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  14. Great make over of these sweetie jars, Christine. Hazel xx

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  15. What a beautiful jar you made. It's amazing!! I love the crochet flowers a lot and at this moment I am trying to make them myself during evening hours. It's fun!
    Have a nice weekend,'Lia xx

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  16. Fantastic Christine. Great job.

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  17. What a great idea and it makes such a lovely gift, very pretty colours

    Anne

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