Great for Sketch Pens or Print and Cut

 

Free mason jar svg photo

 

Welcome back to Say It With Simplicity!

Today is a great day for creating and I’m so excited to share this little Mason Jar SVG file with my readers today.

Of course I had to try it out on my own Cameo right away and you can see how they turned out.

In Silhouette Studio I created a little offset when cutting these out. I really love the light blue, don’t you?  Reminds me of some antique jars that I have.

 

 

On the left I used a Cameo sketch pen. I love my sketch pens. Check out YouTube for tutorials on how to use these if you’ve never used them before. I love the hand drawn dimension they give to these little tags.

 

On the right I used the print and cut in Silhouette Studio. I’ve used print and cut for my own craft show price tags, making gift tags and so much more. Mason jar crafts are so popular and these would add a sweet personal touch to your crafts.

 

Think of the possibilities!

  • Wouldn’t they look cute on a card or gift label?
  • I think they would also make an adorable sticker using the white printable sticker paper.
  • Print them out and stamp them for a scrapbook or card layout.

I’m offering this file free for personal use.

To save as a PNG: right click on the image. Click on “Save image as” to save to your computer. To use in Silhouette Studio, trace the image and then use the fill and line color options to re-color your image.

For the SVG file: left click on the image to be taken to a new page. Then right click, and “Save image as” to save to your computer. When you open in Silhouette Studio, you’ll be able to use without tracing. To change color, simply change the fill color with the selected image.

If you use this file, I’d love to hear about your projects. Feel free to post them in the comments below.

Thanks for stopping today!

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