Atlas Jar Die from Whimsy Stamps

Take a break and do what makes you happy! We all need a break from our every day life and this card came about with that type of theme. I started with the Slimline Cityscape Die and tried to think of a fun way to use it – that’s when the Atlas Mason Jar Die came in mind to create a city scene inside. But one thing led to another and I ended up using seven different die sets, three stamps and one stencil to create this mega slimline scene. Read below for more details on how I create it featuring Pigs Can Fly Too as the star piglet in my story…

The city in a jar was created using the Atlas Mason Jar Die and Slimline Cityscape Die. I cut all the dies out in white cardstock so I could color them individually instead of searching for that many different colors to coordinate. Sometimes grabbing a marker or brush is quicker and it allows me to add more details such as the coloring the details on the jar’s lid or adding color to the ribbon/twine.
After my jar was created, I started to work on the background. Since I had a city in a jar theme, I wanted the outside to be the opposite. That’s when I grabbed the Stitched Border Trio Die, Slimline Woodland Cottage Die and Slimline Clouds Die to create the background scene. I added color throughout such as stenciling the background with the Sun Rays Stencil and coloring the foreground elements.
I love this Atlas Mason Jar Die! This could have been a great card to use lots of foam tape and really build up the layers but I decided to keep it simple and no more than two. On the first level, I raised the jar and BREAK lettering. On the second level, I raised the lid, bow and tag on the jar, then also the pig and the AWAY letting above that.

List of Common Supplies

Whimsy Stamps
Pigs Can Fly Too
Atlas Mason Jar Die
Slimline Cityscape Die
Slimline Woodland Cottage Die
Slimline Clouds Die
Stitched Border Trio Die
Bold ABC Die and AlFaDoodles Alphabet Clear Set
Simple Sentiments Strips Die and Simple Sentiments Strips Clear Set
Sun Rays Stencil

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