Sunday, February 1, 2015

Paper Sweeties February Inspiration Challenge #28 - 'Sweetheart'

Hi everyone :) 

Today is the release of our latest challenge at Paper Sweeties :)



Brian's cousin had a baby recently, and she was nice enough to save me the baby food jars ... which I turned into little Valentine treat jars for Brookie's school friends,  Mine and Brian's co-workers and some of Adam's friends ... so yes! that translates into 67 jars altered!! Yep ... 67!!! :) 


And no, I won't share all 67 with you here ... lol ... that's a lot of photographing and editing! LOL!! I have a little over 20 of them to share with you today! :) 


I used some washi tape to go around the lip of the jar, and some MME papers to go around the jar and on top of the lid -- then I used Paper Sweeties little heart stamp to stamp random hearts and I also punched a ton of hearts for each family member to write "From: _____" for the top of the jar :)  Then I filled each jar with Hershey's Kisses :)












Make sure to check out what the rest of the design team created for this challenge!! :) 


February Guest Designer:  Sierra Winters 




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Thanks so much for stopping by! I appreciate it! :)

45 comments:

  1. So so cute Julie! What an awesome treat idea and I love the upcyclying! Good way to use scraps too!

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  2. These are just flippin ADORABLE! What a cute and clever idea!!

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  3. What an excellent and beautiful idea Julie!
    Thank You for sharing~

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  4. ahhhh those are super cute!!!! that is alot and way to go!!

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  5. These are super darling! What a great idea--LOVE it! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

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  6. Wonderful re-use of these adorable baby food jars! A jar full of kisses! Mmmm mmm good! :)

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  7. Hard work Julie, making 67 jars... the result is so cute!!!

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  8. Wow, how productive you are! These are super cute and pretty!

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  9. Seriously? 67? That's loving devotion! At least you could snack on the contents before filling. Adorable!

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  10. Lots of wonderful treat jars! Wow...67? You were very busy doing these creative gems! The recipients will love them!!!:-)

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  11. Wow Julie this is awesome upcycling and you have reallly transformed them into such sweet and fun little gifts.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  12. Super cute!! I wish I had your talent, I am NOT very crafty haha.. www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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  13. Such a cute idea Julie! And lovely colors too!

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  14. Sooo cute! Such wonderful goodies!
    Gabi

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  15. That is some intense alterations and a totally fun project for Valentines!! LOVE

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  16. Did you say 67???? Oh my word!!!! And they are so adorable!!!!!

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  17. Oh my!! These are fabulous and your are amazing!!! Amazing when it comes to creating crafty gifts!!! Those people are lucky to have you in their lives!!! :)

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  18. OH my! Serious cuteness!! Love ALL of your altered projects!!!

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  19. "Saweeeeet!" (Really cute job.)

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  20. Sooooooo cute.
    I'm thinking I should move to Arizona. It would be nice to get all these yummy handmade goodies. *winks*

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  21. OMG. Baby food jars! What a great idea! I also made a jar, but mine was from the Target One Spot. Love the baby food jar idea!! Brilliant!

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  22. Too cute Julie!! What an awesome idea!

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  23. They are so cute!!! I can't believe you made 67 though!!!

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  24. Oh goodness, these are SO teeny and cute. I haven't actually held a baby food jar in many years, but I'd love to get my hands on some to "borrow" your idea!

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  25. Awww, these are adorable! I love little treat jars! What a great way to upcycle baby food jars!!

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  26. They are so darn cute. You are so creative my friend.

    Hugs~

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  27. Oh my gosh, those are so adorable! I love how they turned out! Very festive!

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  28. Oh come on Julie - these are just so stinkin' cute! What an AWESOME Idea - and each one is A D O R A B L E! Your kid's friends and classmates must think you are ONE COOL MOM!! - and you are! Thanks for sharing!

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  29. LOVE these!!! You are one awesome momma!!!!

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  30. Wow seriously 67? You are amazing! These are sooooo adorable! Love 'em!

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  31. This is such a great idea! I bet her classmates seriously loved them. I know I do!

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  32. Wow!! You've been a busy bee creating all these treat jars!! They are so darling and I'm sure will be appreciated!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

    Garden of Grace

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  33. 67? Wow. You are seriously the most productive crafter ever. I'm constantly amazed by how much you accomplish.

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  34. I agree with Cindy deRosier-- you are definitely the MOST productive crafter EVER!

    LOVE these little jars full of treats! Brookie's classmates are going to love them too! I bet these are the hit of the Vday party:)

    ps... THANK YOU so much for your sweet comment on my blog! You made my day:) HUGS <3

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  35. Eeek! Super adorable, and delicious to boot! Yay!

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  36. Super sweet !!! Totally in LOVE with this idea!! Thanks for sharing, and have a Fabulous Week!! ;)

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  37. those are just darling - wow you did so many!

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  38. Seriously loving these little jars!

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  39. Oh my gosh ... 67 sweet as can be Valentine's jar treats! What lucky ducky recipients!!!

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