Are you the proud owner of a Poolside Mason Jar Pocket Set? We have a special brand new challenge in the works that is awaiting your pocket-filled ideas & personalized projects. To get in on the fun, all you need is a Mason Jar Pocket Set and a bit of creativity. Here are the details:
Create a one-of-a-kind project using at least "one" Poolside Mason Jar Pocket in a clever, unique way. Any project type will suffice as long as it's new and original. Project must be at least 50% Crate Paper (Old or New)
Submit a photo of the project to email@example.com by Sunday, May 31st. A grand prize winner will be announced on Monday, June 1st. On the day of the announcement, we'll share images of the winning projects (1st, 2nd & 3rd Place Winners). They will be selected based on creativity and quality.
There are THREE prizes up for grabs: 1st place takes home a fabulous size bag of Craft Market & Maggie Holmes Confetti products. 2nd and 3rd place winners receive a sizable bag of Journey goodies. This is our first time offering three prizes at once! All you have to do to participate is make something awesome & unique!
Good Luck - we're counting the days to see your Mason Jar Pocket creations!
MARIA LACUESTA: The Poolside Mason Jars, like their real life counterparts, can be used for a myriad of crafty endeavors. So this week, I decided to create a couple different projects showcasing these adorable pockets.
In my first project, I used one of the white mason jars to create a dashboard for my planner. I like the idea of being greeted by something inspirational every time I open up my planner. Here, I included the words, "create something everyday", because this is a goal I want to focus on right now.
I printed out the word strips on white sticker paper, so I can peel them off the plastic. I may want to replace this goal with another one once I master it.
I kept my embellishments simple. In the top right corner is a cute metal clip from the Poolside collection and inside the Mason Jar are gold sequins that I tucked inside. Then, I used a Sharpie to draw shine lines above the jar.
I love the idea of filling Mason Jars with little treasures and in this project, I'm literally filling my jar with words and ideas that are important to me. I continue this theme in the scrapbook layout below.
In this project, I used an assortment of embellishments that came with the Mason Jars and positioned them so they're streaming out of the jar and off the page. I also mixed in pieces from the Confetti collection by Maggie Holmes and, again, included sentiments inside the jar that are close to my heart.
I had so much fun creating these projects and I still have four more jars left. I'm already thinking of other ideas and I definitely want to include one of these amazing jars in my pockets pages.