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Friday, March 28, 2014

Guest Designer - Nina Brackett & Vinyl GIVEAWAY!


SRM is extremely happy to welcome Nina Brackett as a guest designer today.  Nina was on SRM's very first Design Team in 2010, was an Emeritus Designer in 2011 and on the SRM All Star team in 2013.  She is a super talented crafter!



Nina, using vinyl for the very first time, has created a project that's simply beautiful. {{SIGH}}  She was intimidated at first by vinyl but once she plunged in she found it wasn't hard at all and the result of these DIY Shabby Upcycled Jars is stunning!



Here's what Nina said about making this project: 

"I decided for my first ever vinyl project to upcycle some empty mayonnaise jars that I have been wanting to use for organization. My daughter is very artistic and has accumulated supplies for her art. I made these jars (make sure they are clean and dry) to help her organize her art supplies. She loves pink so I had to use SRM's Carnation Pink matte vinyl for the labels. The flowers swag was downloaded from the Silhouette store."

Nina's cards and projects are always so beautiful, embellished with lace, ribbon and flowers.  So she decided to do the same with her jars. She wrapped some vintage lace around the mouth of the jar.  Some matching vintage binding and a paper flower are wrapped around the lace. {{Super Sigh}}


On this project,in addition to SRM's Pink Matte Vinyl, Nina used SRM's Transfer Tape which insured that the design would be properly placed on the jars exactly where Nina wanted it. Transfer Tape is a must! The fonts she used are Aphrodite for the first letter and Lobster 2 for the rest of the text.  


Once Nina completed her project, her 2 other girls loved them so much they want some of their very own.  Luckily these are not hard to make so it looks like Nina will be using more Vinyl soon!  Nina said: 
"This project was so fast and easy. I think it took me no more than an hour from beginning to end."
How fun to store your crafty supplies in such lovely containers.  


What a treat to have Nina share her work today on the blog. Thank you for your beautiful projects.  And what a lovely thing that Nina has to say about SRM:  "Thank you, Susan and the SRM family, for offering so many trendy products that inspire us crafters to make quick, beautiful and useful projects like these jars."

Want to WIN a stash of a variety of SRM vinyl for all your crafty pursuits?  It's Oracal which is the finest and Made in the USA.  Your stash will include Matte, Gloss, Chalkboard, Glitter, Metallic and Transfer Tape.  

To try for a win, simply do the following: 

1.  Leave a comment on today's blog.

2.  Become a follower on our Facebook Group for SRM Vinyl:

3.  Cross your fingers! 

The winner will be announced on Monday's blog.  Good luck! 

59 comments:

Crafty Kitten said...

What a fantastic project. I have always wanted to try vinyl but have been a bit scared so a win like this might just give me the kick up the **** that I need. Lol
hugs
Dawn xxx

pruttybird said...

Love this idea! I love using vinyl ... So many things to vinyl ...mso little time :)

craftymom205 said...

Love your projects. Thanks for the chance to win.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Celeste B. said...

I love using vinyl and would love to try some of the SRM varieties.

byAnnette said...

First vinyl project looks Fabulous!
Love the lace and ribbon at the top
~it adds such a nice finished touch

Would love to try my hand at vinyl too!

Marcia said...

What beautiful jars.

Inky Fingers said...

Love using vinyl. Just decorated my daughter's laptop. She loves that hers in now one of a kind.

{VICKI} said...

Thanks for the chance to win!

Ravengirl said...

These are really cute! I'm glad to hear that I'm not the only one who feels intimidated by vinyl!

McStamper said...

Great project. Always love to see Nina's work - she is so creative. Thanks for the give away.

barbara macaskill said...

Love Nina's jars that she made for her daughter!! Great font choice and I love the flowers! Would love some vinyl so I can get started on some organization projects myself! I am following the FB page!!! TFS

Sue D said...

Beautiful organizational jars for Nina's daughter.
Crossing my fingers.

Amy C. said...

What a pretty project! Love that you upcycled. I haven't had a chance to work with vinyl, but would love to give it a try Thanks for the giveaway.

Cathy A said...

Such a pretty project Nina, the lace adds a lovely feminine touch too!

litlplace said...

Cute project! I just took the plunge into vinyl myself and appreciate the opportunity you are giving us to increase my vinyl stash.

Jennyfer L said...

Cool upcycling Nina! These are darling Jars for your Sweety pies. I know mine will love them too :-)

Isha Gupta said...

Love this project. I would love to try these Vinyl as it looks Awesome!

Kristin Kingrey said...

Very cute project. Thanks for the chance to win!

Sandy Lewis said...

What a lovely project Nina! I'm with your girls - I'd want some, too :). I've got my fingers crossed. Thank you for the chance to win!

Balenda Snow said...

I love your project. Especially the lace trim! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Nibs said...

I am just getting started on all this and had no idea all the great options that I have with Vinyl. Love your blog an looking forward to learning more. Thanks for offering this giveaway as well.

shall said...

I am new to your blog but am looking forward to seeing more of your great projects!

Jennifer Mire said...

Cute upcycle project! Makes me want to start saving jars.

Doreen Harding said...

Great ideas! Thank you for sharing!

Mike and Lisa said...

Great Ideas!

Deborah Anton said...

Beautiful project! Thanks for the chance to win these fabulous products!

Beth said...

Great projects

Beth
Cardsbybeth at yahoo dot com

Shelly said...

These are the sweetest thing! Love, love, love!

Hannah Volz said...

I have a vinyl addiction.

Janett said...

Always like to win and winning vinyl would be awesome

Leanne said...

Pretty jars! SRM was first introduced to me by Nina. Love the stickers.

Kendra Beardsley said...

Just started using vinyl. Having lots of fun with it!

Shelly Wilson said...

PostEd earlier when there were inky 8. Love the pojectand the chance to win!

Cafe Crop said...

Thanks for the chance to win.

gram cheryl said...

Beautiful! Think I'll try this to store some of my embellies!

Nancy said...

the vinyl opens up so many cool project opportunities. I hope to be able to try it soon!

FarmerChic said...

As a newbie to vinyl...I'm sure I will find lots of great info here!...Sandi G-P

pam prater said...

Cute, Cute, Cute idea!

Kris Dietz said...

Awesome job! Would not have known this was your first time using vinyl!! TFS.

Kris
dietzrobles at yahoo dot com

LynnL said...

I love these jars. Excellent job. I wish all my projects would come out as well as her first time vinyl.

Teresa Abajo said...

Beautiful projects, and what a versatile product! fingers crossed.

Estela said...

I JUST bought a Cameo and am dying to try out vinyl projects on it!

Houses Built of Cards said...

AWESOME project! I'm so totally inspired! I really need to try vinyl - just haven't gotten around to it! Thanks for the inspiration!

housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

Ange said...

Fun project! Those are really pretty!!

Trina Schulte said...

So pretty!!

Cindy said...

It's getting harder and harder to throw anything away knowing it can be upcycled with a touch of vinyl! Great projects!

Carole M. said...

Hi, Susan!! I so loved the post from Nina the other day (as I love ALL of them!!).......so nice to know that someone else "saves jars"......and what a fantastic way to use them......vinyl decorations and words put to FANTASTIC USE!!! Thanks for the opportunity to be considered for your giveaway.....either way, I'm a fan that's staying!!! Have a great Sunday!!!

Monique Liedtke said...

Awesome project!! I'm also a bit intimidated by vinyl but after seeing this I can't wait to try!!!

Unknown said...

Oh, love this and Nina's designs are always so classy!! Wonderful way of storing craft supplies...thinking I need a cutting machine!

Nanascreativecorner said...

Very nice project! I love to use vinyl. Thanks for sharing.

cghundley said...

Vinyl is so fun
to use and easy!
Thanks for the
chance to win some.
Carla from Utah

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