Our iCraft Easy-Tear adhesives are so easy to use!  And great to have on hand when you don’t want to fuss and want an excellent go to adhesive for those intricate pieces on projects!

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Love the idea of a “remember the good” jar for the year, and even though it got started a bit late, happy to say it’s been filled with some sweet reminders of all there is to be grateful for!

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Therm O Web supplies:

iCraft® Easy-Tear Adhesive Tape 1/4 inch

3D foam squares

iCraft® Deco Foil™  Peel n Stick Toner Sheets

iCraft® Deco Foil™ Pewter

Other supplies:

My Minds Eye patterned paper

Sizzix diecut

Twinery Twine

Doodlebug Doily

 

Instructions:

Turn on laminator, allow to heat up.  The longer, the better.

Adhere doily to top of mason jar with foam squares.

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Adhere scalloped pleated open box with Easy-Tear adhesives to top of doily.

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To create the dimensional decor inside the box, punch out 4 1.5 in circles.  Score each circle on 3 sides, creating a triangle in the center.  Fold those score lines, and adhere front of one to the back of the next circle with iCraft Easy-Tear adhesive tape.

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Repeat until all 4 circles are adhered together.  Then, adhere the bottoms of the circles to the top of the diecut box with iCraft Easy-Tear adhesive.

Create heart foiled embellishments with iCraft Deco Foil™ PeelnStick Toner sheets and foil.  The ones here are in Pewter, a favorite at the moment!  Inside the parchment paper, place a folded piece of cardstock.  Then, layer the Toner sheet hearts on top of the cardstock.  Next, lay the Deco Foil™ in pewter, with pewter side face up, over the hearts.  Close the parchment paper, and run through the laminator.

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Embellish with the Deco Foiled hearts onto the top of the jar, and the front of the jar.

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Thank you for stopping by and making Therm O Web a part of your creative day!

~ Erin Yamabe

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