I used foam dimensionals to adhere the whole thing to the card front and just a slight bit of glue under the jar near the opening (where the twine was sure to cover it). With all that glitter you really can't see any glue peeking through the acetate. Yet another advantage of chunky glitter! And on this next one I'm sure I pushed the cardstock to glitter ratio, but what the heck...
This is something a little different using the Candy Jar Christmas set. It's a vintage style postcard from Mrs. Claus herself! Really, it's from her, see the return address?
This was a fun card to make. I pieced together several of the stamps contained in this new set. Even the postmark was made using the lined stamp. It was tricky, I admit, to curve the stamp on the acrylic block. It took me several attempts and I did have to edit out a smudge on my final photo. So I need to work on the technique, but it looks great with the "Sent With Love At Christmastime" stamp. This set has a lot of possibilities, I'm telling you!
I wanted to be sure to tell you all "thank you" for the wonderful comments you've left the past few days. Blogging and designing for wonderful companies like WMS is terrific, but hearing back from you makes it that much sweeter! Now, make sure your comments continue, as there will be a prize of a stamp set of choice from a random drawing from one of the Design Team's blogs. You have until October 17th at 11:59 p.m. (5:59 a.m. Central, 3:59 a.m. Pacific and 6:59 a.m. Eastern) to leave your comments. Good luck!