Could this be pink lemonade or watermelon juice? Either way, it looks refreshing. This is yet another project done with the Mason Atlas Jar die set – I really need to put it away but it’s so fun to use! For this one, I just used the die and colored the diecut. The inspiration came directly from my new toy in the office – an ice maker.
I absolutely love homemade strawberry jam. I usually make the no-freezer kind because we go through it so fast. It’s a cherished childhood memory so whenever I make it, I usually share it with my family too. A bit on the chunky side is best.
How about a tall cup of chilled lemonade? This was one of those projects that pulled me away from the middle of another project just to see how the idea would work. It all started with the Mason Atlas Jar die set and some frosty ice cubes.
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…
If you’ve been following my work then you’ve probably seen this colored image before. When I colored it, I wasn’t in the capacity to make any cards so it hung on my wall until now. I finally brought it down and put it to use. For this project, I used Polka Dot Pals Imogen and had her sitting in the Mason Jar.
Here is the last jar for this week, using the Atlas Jar Coloring Tutorial posted earlier this week. On this project, I used the Atlas Jar clear set from Whimsy Stamps and used elements from the Polka Dot Pals Imogen set to fill it. What makes this jar unique is the color is different from the rest being a blue glass instead of gray. Also, added color to the sidewalls of the jar give this one a bit more character.
This is another jar I colored using the Atlas Jar Coloring Tutorial that was posted earlier this week. I’ve used the Atlas Jar clear set from Whimsy Stamps and the fox is an element from the Polka Dot Pals Raden set. What makes this one unique is that the coloring the jar goes all the way to the edges which means the glass walls aren’t extremely thick. Also, I used electronics on this one to make some fireflies appear – just push the little fox.
This jar was colored using the Atlas Jar Coloring Tutorial posted previously this week. I used the Atlas Jar clear set from Whimsy Stamps and filled it with elements from the Polka Dot Pals Atlas set. What makes this jar unique is the appearance of thick glass walls with variations in shading around it – plus the contents, of course.
This is one of the cards I created using the Atlas Jar Coloring Tutorial I posted earlier this week. I’ve used the Atlas Jar clear stamp from Whimsy Stamps. What makes this project unique is the red lid, tag and the “Atlas Mason” words also stamped on the jar.