Here we are at Day Four of JustRite's April Release! Today we are featuring a new set, Vintage Banners! You know I've been crazy busy making wedding and shower related items for our daughter's upcoming nuptials! If you need a quick package tie on, first Christmas together ornament, etc. today's creation is just for you!
I purchased a package of 6 heart clear glass ornaments from Michaels. They measure 2 1/4" at the widest part of the heart. The height measures 2 1/4" from the base of the metal cap to the bottom tip of the heart.
The heart insert sentiment comes from JustRite's new Clear set, Vintage Banners and contains 14 stamps. I have not stamped on clear acetate in ages! I used StazOn Jet Black ink, you want a permanent ink for this type of stamping.
Of course if you have a Mrs, you need a Mr! The Mr and Mrs stamps are from the JustRite set that was revealed yesterday, Mr & Mrs Vintage Labels Four. I stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. I utilized my Spellbinders Classic Heart Dies to get the heart shape I needed. For the clear acetate heart I used the inner rim of Die #3 to achieve the perfect size! I did have to trim the heart tip a bit, as the glass heart inside is more rounded in shape. The cap is easy to pull off the ornament top allowing easy insertion of the rolled up stamped acetate heart! Once it is released, it pops back into shape!
The smallest Heart die was used to cut the tag base. For the actual stamped Mr and Mrs I outlined the inner edge of the smallest die to scissor cut before popping it upon the heart gray base. The pearl nestabling on the hearts is from Want2Scrap! They have many items that coordinate with various die shapes. The heart sets are HERE. The 5/8" Solid Plaid ribbon is from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store and can be viewed HERE. The Grey Prima Flower and leaves are HERE. And the gorgeous pink flower can be seen HERE. Silver Metallic string is HERE. See you tomorrow for Day Five!
Click on each individual designer's names for more inspiration! You are going to love what these super talented designers have been up to!