Breast Cancer Gift in a Jar Supplies:
- “Hope” Jumbo stamp wheel designed by Jen Goode for Rollagraph® by Clearsnap
- BCA Printables also from Jen Goode
- ColorBox Crafter’s Inkpad in Sweet Pea
- pink glitter paper
- pink glitter ribbon
- pink bakers twine
- Wide pink ribbon
- White cardstock
- Hot Glue
Breast Cancer Gift in a Jar Instructions:
I then cut the paper into four equal pieces length wise and scored the paper every 1/2 inch using a scoring board.
I cut circles from both the printables supplied by Jen and the pink glitter paper. Speaking of the printables by Jen, she has even more printables for BCA month for you so don’t miss those. I used my Sizzix to cut the circles but you can use any method you have available.
Then fold your paper on each score line. Glue together the ends of the each of the four pieces of paper to make one long strip.
Then glue together the ends of the long strip to make a circle.
Apple hot glue to the center of the circle and pull in to make a medallion. Add the center pieces to the medallion to secure.
Lets work on the lid for our jar now. Again I cut a circle out of the pink glitter paper and the printables from Jen.
I used hot glue to secure those circles to the top and some pink glitter ribbon around the outside of the band.
Now lets put this gift together. Start with a wide pink ribbon around the center of the jar and secure with hot glue.
Attach your paper medallion to the front of your gift using hot glue. Add some fabulous pampering supplies to the inside and use pink tissue paper to fill. You could also fill with candy or cookies if you know that the recipient will enjoy them.
Add your lid to the top. I also used a piece of pink baker’s twine to add a printable tag from Jen to the top. You can write who your gift is to and from on this tag.
Your gift is ready to put cheer in the heart of anyone dealing with breast cancer. My breast cancer gift in a jar is a simple idea but a great way to encourage anyone to fight like a girl!
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