I just had to make this box for my husband.
It was perfect to fill with chocolate hearts.
The best thing is that this box is a freebie from
and you find it here.
When you have downloaded the file, you can
print it on cardstock and follow the instructions
to make one of your own.
This is my version: a little bit different.
I added the checkered part on the inside of the
box and did some stamping on the sides.
All around te pieces of paper I used a blending tool
to color the sides with ruby red ink.
Here younsee the inside of the box and
This is the outside of the box.
In my stash I found some perfect heart stickers
for the top of the box.
And not only did I make a love jar for my daughters
of course I made one for my husband!
The idea cam from the blog of
Tim Holz and the mini mason jars.
I used baby food jars of which I have plenty.
The rop collage part is a card with a message for my
Love is a ticket from Tim's collection
as well as the filmstrip (Ray loves to watch
movies and go to the cinema) and the
metal sentiment embellishments.
The coffee cups (obvious) and the chocolate
donut are stickers and the flower, button and key
are from my stash.
The wooden letters on the jar are also
from tim's collection and are glued together
with glossy accent. The ribbon is colored
with candied apple and the metal embellishment
is a steering wheel with 14 stamped inside,
I hope you all have a