Mason Jar Fridge Magnet

Hey, everybody! Happy Monday to you! The weather sure is amazing this time of year, and as I’ve said many times before, I feel guilty for being inside crafting when I could spend all day outside enjoying it! But I do walk every day for exercise and enjoy some of it! I’m thrilled to be back on the Clear Scraps blog today with another awesome DT inspiration project! I love thinking outside the box with my crafty creations, and I created a 3-D shaker refrigerator magnet featuring our Stones Stencil and Mason Jars Chipboard Embellishments! All it took to make the chipboard into a 3-D shaker was a couple double-sided adhesive foam strips and some acetate! The Stones stencil is one of several new stencils in the store and I used it with distress inks to embellish the banner on the front of the mason jar.

I started by coloring the top chipboard form of the Mason Jars Chipboard Embellishments as well as the edge of the chipboard back with a gray alcohol marker. I cut a piece of white cardstock and a piece of clear acetate the shape of the mason jar chipboard back, set aside the acetate piece, and colored three-quarters of the white cardstock with a yellow alcohol marker to resemble lemonade. I stamped a whimsical lemon in the bottom right corner in three coordinating yellow inks, and adhered the cardstock panel to the chipboard back so it’s visible through the aperture.

I adhered the paper straw in place and then added two double-sided adhesive foam strips around the edge of the mason jar, one on top of the other. I placed the top chipboard form onto the adhesive strips, added yellow sequins, and adhered the acetate piece on the very top to resemble glass. I added a twine bow around the top of the mason jar as well as a die cut banner with a computer-generated sentiment that I stenciled with the Stones Stencil and three distress inks.

I adhered a strip of cardstock around the outside edge of the mason jar to conceal the adhesive foam strip, and then adhered two small disc magnets on the back with distress collage medium which finished the project. I’m so smitten! One tweak turned this project into something entirely different than intended! Love, love, love!

Clear Scraps products used:
Stones Stencil
Mason Jars Chipboard Embellishments

Other products used:
Cardstock/Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Basis 80# White cardstock, GKD Charcoal Brown cardstock
Stamps: STAMPlorations Layered Citrus stamp set
Ink: Catherine Pooler Sauna, Shea Butter and Tiara inks; Arteza alcohol markers- Y39, NG06; Ranger squeezed lemonade and dried marigold distress inks
Dies/Punches: My Favorite Things Essential Fishtail Sentiment Strip Die-namics
Accessories: We R Memory Keepers Large Guillotine Paper Trimmer, Bearly Art precision craft glue, MISTI stamp tool, Darice Double-Sided Adhesive Foam Strips, Webster Pages Hello World Paper Straws, Doodlebug Design Yellow Sequins, Grafix Craft Plastic, Studios Blackbird twine, blending brush, Ranger distress collage medium, small disc magnets

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project and you’re inspired to get those craft supplies out to play! Be sure to check out all the amazing acrylic, wood and chipboard goodies at Clear Scraps… OMGoodness, you won’t be disappointed! And head on over to the Clear Scraps Facebook Page for lots of inspiration! And while you’re at it, join the Clear Scraps Facebook Creative Group to connect with other Clear Scraps fans! Thanks so much for stopping by today – we’ll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,

Author: Leslie

I'm definitely what one could consider a crafting junkie! I love making cards, 3-D projects (especially paper shoes, mini albums and gift bags), mixed media projects, altering items, as well as occasional beading and making jewelry! Fortunately, hubby is very supportive! Life is good! :D

6 thoughts on “Mason Jar Fridge Magnet”

  1. Your mason jar magnet is super CUTE Lesley! Really love the shaker aspect of it and I think this would be such a cute gift or to tie onto a gift bag or something! The straw makes it so special too! Freeze warning over my way tonight! Mother Nature is in a bad mood! LOL

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  2. Okay… I have to ask… what’s an ABC project? We had ABC gum (already been chewed) back in the day but I’ve never heard of an ABC project in the crafty world! :D


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