Upcycling Baby Food Jars

| Blog, Sweet Stamp Shop

In this house we have an abundance of baby food jars!  Despite making my own food we often use jars when we are out and I make it a point to save them, after all they are rather cute and have so many possibilities, so today whilst thinking of something cute to make using my Sweet Stamp Shop stamps.  I have so many of them and each one is so cute it is hard to choose which one to work with, but today I chose Fishy.

The jar was decorated then filled with the little Million sweets.

As you can see it is simple to create.  I have simply wrapped some paper around the jar, then stamped the images, coloured and cut.  The fish on the front has been cut into a circle and mounted onto a scalloped circle.  The sentiment has been trimmed to a pennant shape and the other images placed onto cocktail sticks and stuck into the sweets.

These would make fab little party gifts and could be made from all the stamps over at The Sweet Stamp Shop.

I know many of you from the UK have probably not come across The Sweet Stamp Shop, but you must take a visit, they are the cutest, best quality stamps I have come across!  I am just a little bit in love with them! Nicole only charges $15 to send over to the UK and trust me once you get over there you will certainly get your monies worth of postage.

That’s all from me today.

Have a lovely weekend.

Katie

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