Here's the card...aah, vintage.
I've been seeing stars all over the place lately, and I happen to have a bunch of star sequins in my vintage supply tin. I sprinkled some over the sentiment panel, and added a healthy pinch to the mason jar.
It's super easy to stuff them with whatever you want. First, grab a glassine sack. Need some? Check here. Stamp your image with Staz-On and fussy cut it out, both layers at the same time.
Use clear craft lacquer (Crystal Effects) to apply a very thin line along three sides of the back panel, but not the top. Stick 'em together, they'll seal in just a minute.
Jenni Bowlin's April mini album kit, designed by May Flaum. The patterned paper is Pink Paislee's Hope Chest collection, and I think the floral design on it is reminiscent of snowflakes. The wooden bingo chip is heat embossed in gold to match the card. This is the first time I've tried heat embossing wood, and it worked like a charm! No pun intended. The ribbon and banner ends are also from the kit.
Inside, a die cut from Webster's Pages, stamped with More Merry Messages (SU).
I'm also participating in Jenni Bowlin's Centipede Challenge! This post goes under two challenges. "Share a Crafty Tip", and "add something shiny to your project". You can join the JBS Mercantile Forum and join in the fun!