It’s another fun “holiday” today: Good Neighbor Day. I think nontraditional holidays are tailor made for paper crafters. It gives us that little nudge to do something nice.
A few weeks ago my husband and I tried our hand at canning cherries. The end of summer price on cherries was fantastic and we couldn’t resist preserving a few quarts for the mid-winter blues. I thought it would be fun to share a few jars, and what better day than “Good Neighbor Day”?
I kept it pretty simple by die cutting a scalloped circle then adding a stitched white center. The addition of a few Pebbles Walnut Grove stickers and a ribbon bow were all this special treat needed. (I wish you could see the cherries in real life, so gorgeous).
I also punched a circle of patterned paper for the top of jar. Just finishes this little gift off.
So, what would you make to treat a special neighbor? Some homemade banana bread? How about granola or trail mix? So many fun ideas.
Have a great “Good Neighbor Day”!
Kim Kesti, Paper Crafts Go-to Gal