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Harvest Bounty

Here's a quick project to spruce up a homemade gift.  This pretty little jar of Apple Butter goes with the Tag I made yesterday, click HERE to see that post.

I cut the Framelits Leaf Blueprint  with water colour paper then inked.  My first time using this one and I love the end result!

I cut some twine for the leaf and ticket tag.  I heat set the twine to appear like trendils.

More water color paper for the topper.  The circle is cut from my Movers and Shapers.

I cut my tattered pinecone for this adorable pinecone.  I just hot glued into place.

I stamped the mini pumpkin from the Mini Blueprints 5 set.

Together the tag and jar are a perfect match!

I love fall crafting and cooking.  I canned this apple butter from my own tree!  Tastes amazing on toast.  Thanks for stopping by and leavin' some lovin'!

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  1. Love the way you jarred up your apple butter :)
    this would make a wonderful gift, for say a friend who lives in Ontario, who doesn't like to cook.. teehee


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