Sweetheart Candy Jar Card

Happy New Year Digi Divas Everywhere! I'm so glad you stopped in. I hope your sweet tooth is ready for my NEW Sweetheart Candy Digi Stamp Set. Remember when we were kids and we traded these sweet confections with our classmates? Sooner or later they were eaten... but what FUN we had choosing the right one to share with each of our friends (and sweeties). Are you ready to create this "sweet treat" Valentine Card? Let's GO!


Suggested card size - 5"x7"


MATERIALS LIST: COPIC® MARKERS:

#3490J Sweetheart Candy Digi Set B60, B63

Hammermill® 100lb. White Coverstock G12, G14

Candy paper from my stash N0, N1, N2

Ballerina Pink 12"x12" Cardstock RV00, RV02, RV23

Scrap of Hot Pink from my stash V00, V01, V04

Be Mine® Die W1

Heart Lace® Stitched Oval Die Y00, Y02, Y13

G-Studio® Pink Pigment Ink Pad YR00, YR01, YR02

Tear-ific® Tape

Foam Tape


To start I sized the candy jar image to

2-1/2"x5" and placed on one half the page.

Copy and paste to other side of page.

I sized the individual candies to 1/2" and

placed randomly around the jar base. I placed a second set of 1/2" candies on the

other side of the page. I sized a third set of candies to 7/8" on the other side of the page.


I cut the page in half to color. Color as desired, I used Copic® Markers. The Colors are listed above.







I stayed with pastel colors. I used some blues and grays to add highlights to the jar.






I cut out the bottom portion of the image

with an X-acto® knife to enable placing the

Lace Stitched Oval® Die under the image

as shown. I secured the die with washi-tape to allow to color within the oval as shown.







Once the coloring is complete, run the image and die through the Big Shot® to cut out the main image.






Fussy cut the candies from the second half

of page and the bow from the second candy jar.


Cut the Ballerina Pink card stock to 5"x12".

Score and fold at 7" and at 10" to form an

easel card base.


Cut the Candy paper to 5"x2", and 5"x5".

Score and fold the 5"x5" in the middle.


Smudge the edges of the Ballerina Pink card base and the candied paper edges.


Using Tear-ific® Tape, adhere the folded candy paper to the top Ballerina Pink flap with 1-1/2" of the flap sandwiched between the candy flaps as shown.


Using Tear-ific® Tape adhere the 5"x2" rectangle to the bottom of the interior of the bottom as shown.








Using Tear-ific® Tape apply to the backside of the

Heart Lace® Stitched Oval image on the bottom

half. Adhere to the front lower portion of the

front flap.



Using Foam Tape adhere the small fussy cut candies over the candies around the jar base.

(I used small candies on the base and decided they were too small, so I removed them.)


Using Foam Tape adhere the 7/8"-1" fussy cut in a row and one on the lower left edge as shown.








Using Dimensional® Glue adhere the "Be Mine"

sentiment on the oval main image. A sweet

confection card for your sweetie!









So glad you came along on this sweet journey! Stay tuned- I have new Digi Sets and more free tutorials coming soon. I also have almost 100 free tutorials in various formats on my Tutorials Page if you are looking for something to craft a special card for a special someone!


Hugs,




P.S. Join Us and share your inspiring creations with us at Jan's Blog Challenge where anything goes with a "twist". Every month a NEW challenge on the first Monday of each month. Two Winners every month! One winner is randomly selected from all entries, one by the JDS Design Team - and one from entries using JDS Digi Sets!


I am sharing this card with the following:

****Pammie's Inky Pinkies**** **********Challenges********** (pammiesinkypinkieschallenges.blogspot.com)

CD Sunday Plus Challenge (cdsundaychallenge.blogspot.com)

Lil Patch of Crafty Friends Challenge ...

613 Avenue Create (avenue613.blogspot.com)

Stamping Sensations (sirstampalotchallenge.blogspot.com)

Dreaming of Scrap (sognandoscrap.blogspot.com)

Let's Craft and Create (letscreatechallenges.blogspot.com)

River of Creativity

Pattie's Creations Design Challenge (pattiescreationschallenge.blogspot.com)




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