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Dec 11, 2007

Nuggets in a Jar



I had lots of nuggets with gold wrappers and NO idea what to do with. I had lots of silver nugget tins, but putting gold wrapped nuggets into a silver tin was out of the question for me, so I decided to try different packaging. I went and bought pint sized mason jars and placed the nuggets in the jar. I placed them carefully and deliberately so that all the labels were facing out.


I made a label for the jar and added a Heidi Swapp snowflake ghost shape. Some gold brads finished off the label. Then I stamped a snowflake on bashful blue card stock and punched it out with my scalloped punch. I added stickles to each "dot" on the snowflake and let it dry over night. The punched piece was added to the lid to cover the branding on the lid. The ribbon was not straight when I photographed this and it is driving me crazy, but I hope you will forgive the crooked ribbon and imagine it is straight. LOL
Ink: Colorbox chalk ink (navy)
Card stock: Papertrey white, bashful blue, night of navy
Accessories: May Arts polka dot organdy, stickles, gold brads, Heidi swapp ghost shape snowflake, Janome sewing machine, Hershey's nuggets, mason jar, address labels


I plan to use these for little gifts throughout the holiday season. I have already given one away to the LSS owner, Jean during the Christmas party. :)


Have a great day and happy stamping!


I am off to be scientific with my daughter, Bailey's 4th grade class. I am going to teach them about hydrophilic and hydrophobic substances and we will play with some cool stuff I bought from an online teacher resource site. :)



Diaper polymer:


and magic sand:



After my kids went to bed last night, my husband, brother and I played with all of it and it is REALLY cool. I had already worked with the two polymers last year with the girl's classes, so I needed to add something else this year. I think the magic sand will go over well. I was pretty amazed at it's properties!

17 comments:

  1. Hi!

    I just saw your posting of the science stuff and have to thank you for posting this!! My soon to be 10 yr old boy is hard to buy for and loves science. this is going to be great.

    Kim

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  2. What a WONDERFUL idea. This came out beautifully!

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  3. This is really great!! Kinda funny -- I just bought nuggets today so I could do the same thing! Love the way you used the ghost shape! :)

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  4. Beautiful jar! I love the stitching around the label!

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  5. Totally adorable, Jody!! Love the ghost shapes with this!

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  6. I love ALL of your alterables!!! They are always the best!! And thanks for those links!! My kids LOVED the stuff you sent a while a back! I didn't know where to get any of it! Very cool stuff!

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  7. ohhhh....I LOVE your nuggets!!! Gorgeous!!!!

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  8. Your gold nuggets look beautiful in the jar...like something you would find in an expensive gift shop :)

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  9. I love this, who wouldn't want to get this for Christmas !? I don't think I'd want to spoil it by opening it !!
    http://stampingforgodsglory.blogspot.com/

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  10. Oh how super sweet! Love it. You got my address right? LOL!

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  11. Fab idea using those jars Jody! They look great! I'd have never thought anything about your ribbon had you not mentioned it...haha! Awesome job!

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  12. what a great alternative packaging for the nuggets! tfs

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  13. love these in a jar! too cute!

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  14. Beautiful job on your gift tin set!

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  15. Ruthie Schow2/06/2008 10:56 AM

    I remember playing with that sand when I was little! I thought it was so amazing! I always wondered about it, and now I can amaze my kids with it! I also have a daughter named Bailey! (It's my madien name.) She'll be five this year. Thanks for the info!

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