Monday, October 15

Homemade in a Jar: CSS Release Day 6

Hey-hey crafty friends!  It is the final day for the Collection 5 product debuts at Clear & Simple Stamps.  Today's sets just may be my favorites because they focus on such a sweet trend: Mason Jars.  Well Preserved is an extensive collection of jars in a variety of sizes with chic fillers, sentiments, and coordinating dies.

I worked with the large set of Well Preserved Jars.  I stamped and paper-pieced to create my goodie jar.  Some things to note:
  • "Our House": I love that some of the sentiments are geared towards being "from us".  
  • The cutie bow is from the Well Preserved Jars: Extras set.  You do not want to miss the "extras" set if you choose the large jars... bouquets, thread bobbins, and bows are just a few of the things included.
  • I used the Toppers (die-cut combo) on each side of my card.  The coordinating dashed stamp gave it a nice faux stitched look ('cause this girl can't sew).  So when you're not topping treat bags with these great dies, try them on your cards! 

The theme for my post today was "Homemade" so I decided to fancy up a Rag Doll House for my treats.  I attached my happy home to the front of a Favor 3 box and added some gingersnap cookies. 

Now, I know you are all wondering... "What's in the jar?"  It's Pumpkin Pie dip, and  I'm inclined to eat it with a spoon and skip the cookies when the kids aren't looking. I used the large jar dies to create a tag... I think the size is perfect and they don't need a lot of fussing to be cute. (aka: quick & easy)

I also want to mention that my color combo for today was not only inspired by the orange-ness of the pumpkin dip, but also by the Play Date Cafe Challenge.  Their inspiration board is beautiful:

I hope you love the Well Preserved Jars as much as I do... 

I'll be back tomorrow to recap some of the products I've used over the last week and to share the recipes  you've seen featured.  Until then, go visit the DT gals for lots more "inspiration in a jar".  Ha!

Additional products used:
Tools: Rag Doll House (die cut), Shapes: Hearts (die-cut combo)
Paper: My Mind's Eye - Vanity Fair 6x6
Sassy Somethings: Prima trim


Laurie said...

Hello pumpkin pie dip! Yummy!! Your projects are so cute! I love the little cookie box! Just adorable!!

Elena said...

I can't wait to have the recipe - it looks so yummy! And the way you used the toppers? genius! You rocked it, Denise!

Lisa said...

A warm and cozy creation Denise,love the colors! Pumpkin pie dip...I think we DO need a recipe here!

Steph Zerbe said...

Pumpkin Pie Dip? Sounds delish! I'm looking fwd to that recipe! Lovely ensemble! Nice use of the toppers. Clever! Pretty patterns and colors throughout. Love the house so much!!!

Audrey said...

Such an awesome ensemble! I love how you used the large heart die on the front of the house and the lid of the jar. It ties everything together so nicely. Perfectly done as always!! :)

Veronica Z said...

Denise, I LOVE all three of your projects! I to am a huge fan of Mason Jars, and I love the design of the CSS images!! Thank you so much for playing along with us this week at the PDCC!

Connie Mercer said...

darling~awesome gift set!!! Thanks for playing with us at the PDCC!!!

Jen Cuthbertson said...

That dip sounds yummy! What a wonderful set of goodies and I love your take on the color story this week! Thanks for playing along with us at PDCC!

Donna Bowman said...

Awesome Denise! Love all these! Thanks for joining us this week at the PDCC!

~amy~ said...

Oh my goodness...I absolutely ADORE your projects! Thanks for joining us at The Play Date Cafe!