After our summer break, welcome back to 3-D Thursday with a Blog Hop AND an introduction to the FOUR new fabulous members to our design team!

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We were all tasked with using the Mini Jam Jars to create a little something special for you and what I came up with is below – to find out what my team mates made, please click on the ‘next’ button at the end of this post – enjoy the tour!

Further down this post you will find a link to the FREE Project Sheet that has step by step instructions & color photos that you can save to your computer or print out and have on hand for easy reference PLUS you will find a full list of Supplies used to make this at the end of this post – just look for the blue words to find it!

And here is my Mini Jam Jar creation…in plenty of time for Halloween, I used two of them to house cocoa & candy and created a holder to put them all in!

I so enjoyed making this – 3-D things are my most favorite things to make!

So here it is all stacked up – the bottom of the box was super easy to make using a 4 1/2″ square piece of cardstock covered with sparkly Black Glitter Paper, and check out the front and back tall sections…any guesses on what they are made of?

I took apart the Tombstone Treat Boxes and merged two each side to create them!  I absolute love the textured washed-paint look of them, and I covered the seam where I merged two with a sparkly die cut cobweb!

Undo the top Black & White Gingham ribbon to release the sides and you will see the jam jar holding the candy pieces and marshmallows perched on top of a Mini Coffee Cup

Take that jar out and check out these colors that just scream of halloween!  I tied a beautiful bow around my jar using the fab Metallic Mesh Ribbon – WOW that stuff is incredible – SO easy to tie and make your project look awesome!

Take off the Mini Coffee Cup lid and check out what is inside…

Another Mini Jam Jar filled with cocoa powder and again trimmed with Metallic Mesh and a cut die cut sparkly black glitter witches hat!

Now if you LOVE all things Pumpkin Spice you might be interested to know that today I found Pumpkin Spice Cocoa Powder in Target which I put into this jar!  I have never seen that before and I think my kids are going to love it!

Here is another look at the front…I am loving those cobwebs – the silvery one is die cut from the BE DAZZLING SPECIALTY PAPER that you can get for FREE through September 30th with an order of $50+ WHILST SUPPLIES LAST – it’s not just for Christmas projects and it is GORGEOUS!

WANT THE FREE PROJECT SHEET FOR THIS PROJECT?  Click HERE to find it – then you can download it or print it out to keep for easy reference!

I hope you enjoyed my project – please click on the graphic below to go to the next stop of our Blog Hop – your next hostess is the fabulous Jennifer at Whispers in Ink – I know you are going to love her project because it is ADORABLE!

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Here are the supplies used to create this project – click on any of the products below to find them in my Stampin’ Up! online store:

MINI JAM JARS

Price: $9.00

WARM WRAPS DIES

Price: $35.00

Other supplies used:  M&Ms Candies, Mini Marshmallows, Cocoa Powder, Warm Hugs Stamp Set (retired)

Want a free copy of the Holiday Catalog and Sale-a-bration brochure?  Click HERE to get yours!

Thanks so much for visiting – be sure to come back next Thursday for the next 3-D project when you will see the first project from one of our new designers!  To make this easy, you can subscribe to my blog using the ‘Get Blog Posts by Email’ button on the right so that new posts will be delivered automatically into your inbox!

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