Monday, April 07, 2008

May Flower Jars - Part One - Supplies


I have wanted to share these ideas for making May Flower Jars to deliver to friends/family on May 1st. Who wouldn't love to surprise someone or be surprised with a pretty little floral piece. These jars are so much fun and easy to make too. I wanted to start this project early enough so
you have time to save up some jars to decorate.
Supplies will include: Jars, decorative papers - including gift wrap, embossed wallpaper or scrapbook papers, decoupage glue, hot glue, ribbons and trims, paper cutouts, tags to write a message, wire for handle, and of course fresh flowers to fill your jars.

Click HERE for Part Two!

6 comments:

Kathleen said...

Okay, my supplies are waiting!
Can't wait til next week!
I love my Anna paper and am looking forward to an Anna jar!

Joyce Lucas said...

I'm looking forward to part 2! I think it's a fabulous idea Dawn! Will you be posting a pic of a finished one to show us what we'll be working on?

Lisa said...

Dawn

I can't wait to see your jars. I love all the decorative papers, they are beautiful. Thanks for the "Show & Tell".

Lisa
XOXO

Edie Marie's Attic said...

Hi Dawn!
I'm waiting for part 2! I love learning new types of projects! I have my things ready. Please come visit me when you have a chance!
Sherry

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

I am originally from the mid-west and we always did the May Day thing when I was growing up. We have a family near us that carries on that lovely tradition and every May 1st we hear our doorbell ring. Surprise, on our porch, are some lovely May flowers!

Thanks for reminding me about this tradition, I'd love to do it this year!

Melissa

Shabby in Pink Boutique said...

Hi Dawn...
Well I didn't take Miss Hayleigh, she was at school. She loves vintage, but I think it was a little too vintage for her.lol I showed her the picks of some of the dresses and she doesn't think she would like any.. We might order off line. She found some great vintage inspired shops. Wish us luck, she is PICKY!
Pink Hugs,
Stephanie