Holiday Window Sheet Jar

The Holiday Window Sheet Container was one of the gifts that Jill gave me at Founders Circle and …. it inspired me to make the Halloween version for my 12 Weeks of Halloween.

Don’t you just LOVE it?  When I got home I wanted to make one just like it …but I didn’t have all the supplies .. so I made a Halloween one. 

Many of you have ask … what if I don’t have any of the button and brad containers (I envy those of you that don’t hold on to everything).  You can use Mason Jar lids … for the top and bottom.  If you look back on the picture I shared with you at Founders … that one was using the Mason Jar lids.  Click here to view it.

She used the Make a Mitten stamp set along with the Mitten Builder Punch ….both can be found in the Holiday Catalog.  The “joy at Christmas” is from the Perfect Punches stamp set and that set is sometimes overlooked because it’s in the Elements section of the Stampin Up Catalog.

She used the Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper … along with Gumball Green Sweater Trim.  Don’t you love the little pom pom on top?

Stampin Up! supply list for the Holiday Window Sheet Jar:

  • Stamps: Make a Mitten – Wood #127940 Clear #127943, Perfect Punches – Wood #117022 Clear #120516
  • Ink: Gumball Green #126861, Cherry Cobbler #126966
  • Card Stock: Window Sheets #114323, Be of Good Cheer DSP #126896, Very Vanilla #101650
  • Tools/Accessories: 1-3/4 Scallop Circle Punch #119854, 2-1/2 Circle Punch #120906, 1-3/8 Circle Punch #119860, Mitten Builder Punch #127824, Gumball Green Sweater Trim #127838, Lucky Limeaid Bakers Twine #125572, Mini Glue Dots #103683, Sticky Strip #104294, Dimensionals #104430

Have a wonderful weekend and I’ll see ya next week!

p.s. I’m still playing catch up …. if you sent me an email and I’ve not replied .. please email me again angie@mychicnscratch.com. My email was down for a couple days and I’m not sure if those emails came across of if they were lost in la la land.

 

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Date: 10:02 AM | Permalink | Comments (8)

Comments

  1. Lesa

    Hi Angie,
    I like the Christmas jar. Makes for a nice Teacher gift.
    Have a good day!

  2. Carolyn

    thanks for the information about the mason lid jars. These are going to be so much fun to make as gifts!.
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. I love this idea Angie. I have been saving up my empty brad containers and I will definitely give this a try :)

  4. Helen

    Fabulous! So cute – but now I have to buy the 2 1/2″ circle punch, doh!

  5. Thanks so much Angie for the tip about the mason jar lids. I cannot wait to make some of these for Christmas gifts!

    Hugs,
    Jo

  6. Julie Haupt

    So when using mason jar lids, do you seal the lid liner into the lid ring with sticky strip or cover the hole with card stock?

  7. t

    I’m trying to figure out how these were made?? do you have a video??

  8. Louise

    Angie I luveeeee this ,I wanted to know, if you use the mason jar lids(what I am using) do you glue the 2 pieces of the lid together ??? Thanks. Louise

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