Used some "bits and bobs" I have around the house. Mike and I went Rockhounding a few years back, so I have some nice little stones and rocks. I collect thimbles, and my mom was a sewer, quilter, so you'll see one of her thimbles on the bottom right, beside the Canadian penny.
I found the Mason jar in the basement and if I make another one, I will get one at the craft store with a wider mouth. I couldn't get my hand inside, so I used the end of a paint brush to place things and move things around.
This adorable free vintage little girl image came from Suzee Que's Flickr page. Thank you Suzee! The wings are from the Tim Holtz Grungeboard Plain Elements set. I covered them in script paper and then stamped them with DI Tattered Rose. The crinkle lace, is fromThe Cutting Garden. The little plastic rose in her hair I found in my stash. Gave her some pink in her cheeks with chalk.
I even put a couple of items outside the jar! This is a butterfly I cut out from The Pinkpaislee Butterfly Garden Collection. Attached it to grungepaper, added wire for feelers and pearls for the body. The paper behind her is also form this set.
This fairy charm is also on the outside. I think I pretty much bought all Kim had at The Cutting Garden!
The little bottle is from the Dollar Store and it already had these micro beads in it! The label, "Fairy Dust" is from 7gypsies, Primitive Apothecary Labels. Her little wand laying beside her is made from a toothpick with some DI Vintage Photo and a star sticker attached to it. I sprinkled some Flower Soft Spring and some crystals in the jar, as well as some pearls.
The other side. The piece of porcelain at the bottom was found when we had our backyard dug up because of an oil tank leak 15 or so years ago. I also have a couple of little bottles they found too.
I used a glass cabinet knob I bought from Home Depot and added a fancy pink button on top, which came from a co-workder. A shout out to Donna! Thanks! I hot glued white pearl buttons around the top of the lid. Ribbon is from Michaels.
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The Stamp Man: Alter It
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