For the candy bag tag, I used JustRite's NEW 15pt font in Times New Roman along with the 50pt. NEW Times New Roman Lowercase font. I did trim the larger font letters for tighter placement. I love the ability to change up fonts sizes! Remember you can cut and trim your JustRite stamps, Sharon Johnson says it's ok! LOLThis picture gives a better look at the stamped tag. I distressed the smaller circle to add dimension, and placed a red pearl like head straight pin into the ribbon hole. The outer most tag edge is sponged with pure poppy ink. shredded crinkle paper is the filler, and I used terrifically tacky tape on the box construction. These are but a few of the NEW, amazing JustRite products, check out their site for many more! Thanks so much for stopping by today! I really hope you find something you like and a bit of inspiration along the way! I will be back tomorrow with my Friday Four! Until then, take good care!
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Gourmet Delights, JustRite For You!
For one of the challenges over on Splitcoaststampers, we were to take this template and create a darling box. I purchased more of those yummy sour balls and knew this box would make a perfect container for them. I first printed the template onto Papertreyink Stampers Select white cardstock, cut it out and covered with my new Berry Sweet specialty paper by K & Company. Other papers are from SU and Papertreyink. Using Memento black ink, I stamped the largest circle with my JustRite Harmony classic stamper and border, cut it out, using my circle Nestabilities and inked around edges. For the cello bag tag, I utilized a border from JustRite's New Recipe Set. LOVE the size of this stamper. I stamped it twice, once with black ink and once with Papertreyink's Pure Poppy ink. The white daisy flower is from SU pretties kit, button is from my local fabric store, and the twill ribbon is one of Papertreyink's newest colors, New Leaf. The scallop border punch is Martha Stewart, while the 1", 1 1/4", and scallop flower punch are SU.