Monday, February 24, 2014

Fairy Whispers

Happy Monday!! I hope you had a wonderful weekend!! I can't believe February is almost over. I swear, this year is absolutely flying by. My three year blogaversary is coming up in a couple of weeks - wow, three years!! I will be having a giveaway to celebrate so be on the lookout for a chance to win :)


I have a project to share with you today re-purposing a glass jar. I love the shape of this jar...it used to hold my favorite Marzetti Gorgonzola Salad Dressing that I can't find in the stores anymore :(


I covered the jar in Ranger Glue and Seal and then wrapped it with white tissue paper. Once it was dry, it was brushed with Tim Holtz Spun Sugar Distress Stain and Ink. The flowers were inked with the Spun Sugar as well.


I love this stamp from Glitz. I purchased the Afternoon Muse stamp set specifically for this stamp a couple of years ago and then never got around to using it. I stamped it with Versafine Onyx ink on tissue paper and added it to the jar with Glue and Seal.

I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. 2 Creative Chicks - Repurpose Glass
  2. Little Scrap Pieces - Anything Goes
  3. DL.Art - February Linky
  4. Every Day is an Occasion - February Linky
  5. Just B Creative Crazy - February Linky
Thanks so much for stopping by!!

53 comments:

  1. Aww! This is gorgeous, Lisa! I just love how you have embellished this jar! Looks so beautiful :)

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  2. This is gorgeous, Lisa! What a beautiful jar it is now!

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  3. What an amazing transformation!!!!!! Mind blowing for sure, beautiful my friend and congrats on 3 years coming up..it is amazing to watch the evolution process especially with you because you don't crawl , you fly!!!! lol..hugs

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  4. Wow, love it!! It is amazing what you could do with a jar you would typically throw away! I LOVE the stamp....the pretty flowers, pearls and big bow! FABULOUS project and I am sure it will look gorgeous displayed!! Beautifully done my friend!

    3 yrs...yes time does fly! My 3 year was a couple wks ago but was so busy with the stamp release and out little mini snowmobile trip :( I can't believe it's been 3 yrs though!
    I can't imagine all the creations we will see from you the next 3 yrs...you are crazy creative girl and totally rock your projects and SO inspirational! Congrats Lisa on 3 fabulous years!!!

    Have a great day....NO snow in the forecast, yippy! lol!
    Sherrie K

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  5. Amazing Lisa! love the re-use of this bottle, who would of thought of re-decorating it, not me! LOL!
    Now you can store all your little decors and put it on your self.... Very pretty!

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  6. Could this be any more lovely? NOT…absolutely beautiful, Lisa. I think this is the sweetest bottle redo I've seen. Wishing you a wonderful day today!!

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  7. Oh I love this Lisa, how beautiful and so sweet!
    Thanks for linking up over at 2 Creative Chicks

    Have a creative day.
    Pam
    ♥ Scrap N Sew Granny ♥
    ♥ Pam's Stitched With Love ♥

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  8. Beautiful! I can just imagine my granddaughter's thoughts on this beautiful jar - her imagination would surely take flight. I know she would have it outside under the trees and would come inside telling me she really could hear the fairies whispering to one another. This is just magical my friend!

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  9. Wow, this is amazing looking. Love that stamped sentiment too and can see why you purchased the whole set.

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  10. COngrats on your upcoming 3 years blog anniversary, it's amazing how time flies with so much fun:) OK, this repurposed jar is just fantastic and beautiful my friend! Have a fabulous Monday.
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  11. Your jar is so beautiful Lisa, and I love the extra touches you added. Congrats on 3 years! Me too in a a week or so...but have to admit that I struggle for time in blogland compared to when I started! But scary how the time flies! Have a great week my friend.
    Hugs

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  12. This is stunning! I just love the look of a fancy jar :)

    Best crafty wishes!
    Amber
    Staying Crafty

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  13. Oh Lisa this is just beautiful! Way to repurpose!
    ~Kim

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  14. I love this jar!!! Beautiful as always!!! Have a great day.
    Hugs Gerda

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  15. This is so beautiful !!!! Wow, every time I see one of your projects I am inspired !!! Hope you have a great day :) !

    Hugs,
    Mayra
    Mayrasdesigns.blogspot.com

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  16. Great re-purposing project, Lisa. I love the shabby/vintage look of the stamping and fuzzy lace fibers. The pearls, ribbons, and flowers complete the look. So beautiful, thanks for the inspiration. Have a great week!
    Hugs from Texas!
    Mindy

    http://mulberrymindy.blogspot.com

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  17. My sweetest friend, this is truly exquisite! I LOVE repurposed jars/bottles and it's not surprising that your project is already a favorite of mine. :o) The stamp is gorgeous and you've designed so brilliantly around it, matching the theme to perfection. So wispy, airy, delicate, and sweet. The pearls and ribbon (and the plethora of sweet flowers) are some of my favorite parts. Now I have to make time to play with a jar! ;) You are always so inspiring. :o) Stunning work as always, my talented friend! :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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  18. Absolutely beautiful my friend tfs!!!

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  19. How cute is this! I adore the pink ribbon treatment and embellishments!

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  20. Your favorite "empty" jar is now beautiful. Fairy Whispers would be a great place to put little slips of positive thoughts to review along the year. Blissful Beauty Dear...

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  21. Gorgeous!!! love this idea, you always do such incredible work and Karen has described it to a T
    Thank you for joining my DL.ART Thankful Thursday Anything Goes February Linky Party. Have a great day
    DIANA L.
    dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  22. Such a gorgeous creation.. you totally knocked it out of the park,,Love the soft pink..
    cathyplus5

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  23. Oh...My.....This is BEAUTIFUL!! From an empty jar look at what you made...a TRUE BEAUTY!!!
    I love that you are so Creative and your Creations are ALWAYS Lovely, Stunning, Exquisite ,Unique and FABULOUS!!
    3 years with AMAZING projects!!!!
    Have a wonderful day my Creative friend,
    M'
    *Crafting With Creative M*

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  24. Beautiful! Really transformed the plain glass jar.

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  25. WOW WOW WOW Lisa! This is just GORGEOUS!!!
    I love the stamping on the tissue paper, the beautiful pale colors and all your beautiful added embellishing!
    Such a STUNNING project my friend!

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  26. OMG Lisa! This is gorgeous. Love the soft colors and the stamping on tissue...beautiful :)

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  27. Its the prettiest Jar ever.....what a beautiful transformation:)

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  28. WOW, Lisa, this is beautiful. What a lovely way to alter a jar. Love the ribbons and, well, I love the whole thing! TFS

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  29. This is a wonderful creative way of upcycling a jar. Love the vintage shabby look. We have got chocolates here in South Africa that is called Whispers. Its little round chocolate balls filled with honeycomb and it would be delish in this gorgeous little bottle of yours.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  30. Hi lisa :)my oh my this is just gorgeous :) love the soft pink it's so pretty and the ribbon looks lovely too!!! Have a lovely day hugs to you
    Vic x

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  31. What a beauty Lisa and the tissue paper is so beautiful to look at
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  32. Oh Lisa, your jar is gorgeous! I love how you did this, love that stamp and those flowers. The pearls add the perfect touch to a beautiful jar! Hugs!

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  33. This is the prettiest jar I've ever seen :) All of your amazing touches are PERFECT - as always!

    Enjoy your evening!
    Shelly

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  34. Oh LIsa, this is absolutely precious! I can't imagine a more sweet, delicate and fantastically jar :) This looks like it came straight from a high end showroom! STUNNING!! You have such a talent for this craft :) Thanks for sharing it with all of us! ♥

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  35. What a beautiful way to repurpose an ordinary dressing jar! Love the pinkness against that black advertising art. So delicate & your project turned out wonderful. TFS & Hugs

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  36. I just popped in to say HI!!! Have a great day
    DIANA L.
    dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  37. Oh my Lisa, I love love your beautiful jar, a fabulous transformation you have done ;)

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  38. Wowzers Lisa, this is gorgeous!!! What an amazing transformation!! So soft and pretty and I am loving that stamp.....so unique and pretty!!! Have a great week my friend, I just got home last night and have a busy week ahead to play "catch up"!!!

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  39. This is absolutely the prettiest salad dressing jar anywhere!! Such gorgeous, gorgeous details, Lisa!!

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  40. Hello, Lisa!!!
    Your re-purposed jar turned out absolutely amazing!!! It's such a bummer when they quit selling things we thoroughly enjoy. Hope you're doing well.
    Hugs,
    Lisa
    CRe8n4u

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  41. GORGEOUS with your jar Lisa, it just looks FANTASTIC my friend!!! LOVE IT :)

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  42. Insert jaw dropped open, brow furrowed, just in awe....Lisa how do you come up with these creations?? This is just marvelous, I love the shabby chic look.....to think this was once a bottle of dressing...hopefully this makes you feel better that you used your favorite up!!! ;)

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  43. WOW!!! Beautiful Lisa. You took a empty jar to a thing of beauty. Thanks for linking up over at 2 Creative Chicks

    Have a creative day.
    Nana
    ♥ My Crafting Channel ♥
    ♥ Nana's Rag Quilts ♥
    ♥ 2 Creative Chicks ♥
    ♥ Silhouette Challenges ♥

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  44. too many times a favorite of mine becomes impossible to find in stores. :( I also love to do things with empty jars, although it's been a while.... yours is just lovely! :)

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  45. Too sweet! Love how you turned a simple glass bottle into a whimsical piece of art.

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  46. Ooooh...the most pretty glass jar ever! :)

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  47. This is so pretty Lisa! Love the fluffy ribbon around the rim.

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  48. Beautiful project!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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