Below is the actual image you can download & print OR make your own from scratch!
It's not as hard as it looks - the hardest part was the painting (easy for me), *thank you to my son for the cutting work. I highly reccomend you glue your paper to thin cardboard or use a good quality 'card stock'- I buy my blank cards by the box (bulk lol) from DeSerres (Canadian craft supply store- free delivery & competitive prices) Water color quality, complete with envelopes... so when ever I feel that need to create cards - it's there! I'm enjoying this card making session- wait until you see the next.
Steps for the Mason Jar card:
-print out card on card stock or glue your print out to thin cardboard, empty cereal boxes work great for this.
-Carefully cut out inside of jar around edges *these steps are in the photos below.
Green slice Matt & cutter from dollarstore or staples.
-glue the cut out part of the card 'only the sweetest..' to the inside of the card- *make sure you place it so that you can see it when the card is closed.
-place a small baggie and glue- tape (glue would not hold on its' own) it as you see in the photo, both sides and the bottom, when the card is closed it should look like 'clear glass'.
-fill your card with TLC & THC!
Sign your card- date the back, put it in an envelope - pain on a few hearts to tie it all together, a bit of twine would take it up a notch ' Have fun! Think Love.
You can add cannabis/medicated for your adult friends/lover/mate
NOT medicated for the kids. Please take care with delicious tasting goodies.
The baggies could be filled with many creative ideas- I think it would make a nice packaging idea by the way for a dispensary, I know many don't have the creative marketing budgets some of these big places have so get creative!
*I purposely did not paint cannabis on this card - so a kids could make it for their friends (with some adult supervision) and fill it with healthy treats for their friends! It's all about
Have fun! I have one more card idea!! It's titled
You've got all I need! We still have time right? I love the creative side...
I don't go for this 'Valentines DAY' stuff- Show me love all the time not just one day of the year or not at all. It should not require a DAY on a calendar for anyone to express love to anyone... I will admit - it is a good time to 'take a chance for romance!' as many have 'Amour on the brain.