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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Starbucks Bottle Transformed...

This is the Valentine's gift I made for my sister. It's a Starbucks bottle decorated and it holds Jelly Belly's. I wrapped Bella Rose DSP around it, added some ribbon and punches, her initial with Lovely Letters, added a Hero Arts bling to the 'E', and filled her up! I must say, Juicy Pear, Strawberry Cheesecake and Cherry match the paper pretty well!

I wrapped the edge of the lid in Chocolate Chip Grosgrain ribbon, then topped it with some punched paper to tie it all together. This was quick and easy to make, I enjoyed making it, and my sister loved it! She's going to put it on her desk at work.

14 comments:

jennifer said...

I love, love, love this!!! The colors tie together so perfectly with the jelly beans inside- what a nice gift!

Dawn said...

This is gorgeous! what a beautiful idea!!!

Tessa said...

Super cute! Perfect paper to go with the jelly bellies!

thescrapmaster said...

That is really cute! The swirly thing is a Thicker. I wish it was a sizzix die though, that would be awesome.

~Samantha

Jen said...

Love this jar! Of course, those colors, that paper and the thicker! Gorgeous!

scubasubie said...

OOO Yummy! That looks awesome. I agree the jellybeans do match the paper wonderfully!

Cheryl said...

Naomi that is really cute! I never ever get anything Starbucks so I'll have to find something else to decorate.

The Mama Monkey said...

There is NO WAY you got Jelly Bellys in SU colors! WOW! This looks great...to pretty to eat...almost! :)

Heather said...

That is too cute! I guess I need to start drinking Starbucks drinks! Great job!

CathyRose said...

This is just beautiful! I love how you matched the jelly beans to the colors of the DSP! Great gift!

Louise Forsyth said...

This is adorable! Love the colours and the bottle looks divine

Traci said...

What a cute idea! I love the paper you used and how you altered the bottle. Those jelly beans looks yummy. Is she going to really be able to look at it and NOT eat the jelly beans? LOL

gale said...

That's adorable! Great way to recycle the bottle!

Rachel Brumley said...

Beautiful job on the gift. Your sister will love this!