When we were working on my fourth collection: Neapolitan I was searching for a new icon that hadn’t been used much before or ever. There are jars lining a shelf in my office, for my birthday we made cakes in a jar and there are so many ways I’m inspired by jars in my life. When Jennifer, my designer, added some jar elements it flowed really well with what we had already designed and was a cool addition to the line. The Jar stamp is one of my favorites because you can stamp the jar outline and fill with the small icon options: heart, flower, star and strawberry. Or “thanks a bunch” and some dictionary type is also included in that set. There is also a jar patterned paper and some jar pieces in the chipboard set.
Here are some pages and a card that I spotted using one of my Dear Lizzy jars.
often proves that my Dear Lizzy products work with boy pages as well and I love that! When I am designing products there is usually pink in the line but I make a conscious effort to include papers and pieces that would work for boys or girls. This page is an example of that. She used the jar polaroid and other polaroids from one of my papers and added her own photo inside one of the squares. She also used a couple of my patterened papers including the music note paper and the random elements paper. Thanks Lisa!
I love this page for its simplicity and artistic vibe. The minimal colors and white space make the message stand out. Neroliskye
This page is fulll of details and you keep searching it for little surprises. I love how she added one of my chipboard bows to my chipboard jar. She used primarily Dear Lizzy Neapolitan on this page including papers, thickers and wood buttons. She added the cute twine around my epoxy & wood buttons. How cute are those balloons she fashioned?! Thanks Jill Sprott
The design of this page caught my eye with the photos on the left and the grouping of cute things on the right. She added some fun little pieces of goodies throughout. I love how she attached the stickers with foam squares so they have a little more pop. Same with the Happy Chipboard flag and balloons. Another small detail is my ruffle paper peeking out on the right. Adding a nice pop of color. Beautiful page by Jaime Warren
This page by my friend Stephanie is so sweet! I love how simple the design so the picture stands out… as well as the jar. The base of the page is using my woodgrain chevron. She added some of my fringe ribbon and epoxy stickers as well. Stephanie Howell
This card is darling! I love the jar with the butterflies. Also the cute diecut alphabet in kraft is a nice touch with the pastel colors. You’re adorable Justlulu