Atlas Jar and Mason Atlas Jar Die

There is a new coordinating die that was released that goes along with the Atlas Jar clear stamp set and I couldn’t wait to use them both together. It’s called the Mason Atlas Jar die set and includes enough elements to use them in a variety of ways. For my project today, I created a window shaker card. And the theme? Well, it’s a long story…

We all know we’re stuck home due to the COVID-19 and that toilet paper is in high demand so I piggy backed off of that theme. Second, my youngest daughter worked on black-out poetry and I thought it would be interesting to do some too. So I grabbed my scrap dictionary and ripped out the page that defined toilet paper. I was ready to begin!
Once I had my poem complete, I drew some toilet paper to add as shaker elements. I was also lucky enough to have some grape Fimo clay slices which was perfect! The rest of the card came together very quickly and I added the unicorn and sentiment from the Polka Dot Pals Mason set.
My poem says: “Personal toilet paper scented with a magnetic variety of eastern grapes.” Sounds like the kind of toilet paper I want to use! LOL
Here’s the poem that my daughter did. It says: “Sasha blinked and lost letter were all Sasha could see. Strange hero blew in the air danced with trolls.”

Supplies Used:
Hammermill Premium Color Copy 100lb
Tsukineko Memento Ink Paris Dusk
shaker elements by Queen & Co.
Sakura Gelly Roll White Pen
Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue – Frosted Lace
dictonary

Whimsy Stuff:
Fabulous Florals Designer Papers
Polka Dot Pals Mason (sentiment and unicorn)
Atlas Jar clear set
Mason Atlas Jar die set

Copic Markers:
100, C1, 3, 5, BV25
RV10, 11, 14
B000, 12, 16
V04, 06, 09
BG11, 32, 49, 78
Y11, 15, 19

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