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A glimmer of hope for those suffering with infertility
This creation was inspired by the wonderful Jordyn Js 365 Reasons. The original was supposed to be filled with 365 reasons why you love your significant other but I have changed that concept.
I have been battling with infertility for the last two years and some days it is difficult to hold it all together. When I saw the original project I was inspired to create my own with 365 reasons why I should be glad to be childless. This little jar of hope should help me to remain positive for the year and hopefully sane!

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  • How to make a jar. Jar Of Hope   Inspired By Jordyn J, 365 Reasons - Step 1
    Step 1

    Using a database to help you keep track of the amount of reasons you have written begin to type them out.

    They don't have to be profound, even something as simple as being glad you can enjoy a uninterrupted nights sleep is sure to raise a smile!

  • How to make a jar. Jar Of Hope   Inspired By Jordyn J, 365 Reasons - Step 2
    Step 2

    Once you have all your reasons copy and paste the entire document to a word processing software.
    You can then evenly space out each reason and even add a variety of fonts to make it look pretty.

  • How to make a jar. Jar Of Hope   Inspired By Jordyn J, 365 Reasons - Step 3
    Step 3

    Print out your document on different coloured paper and then position your cutting pad and ruler.

  • How to make a jar. Jar Of Hope   Inspired By Jordyn J, 365 Reasons - Step 4
    Step 4

    Cut out all your reasons individually and then fold them so that the writing is all on the inside.

  • How to make a jar. Jar Of Hope   Inspired By Jordyn J, 365 Reasons - Step 5
    Step 5

    Decorate your jar however you like.
    I picked butterflies as they represent fertility and I love dots so I had to add a few of those!

  • How to make a jar. Jar Of Hope   Inspired By Jordyn J, 365 Reasons - Step 6
    Step 6

    Lastly fill your jar with your reasons. I plan to select one each morning and use whatever sentiment inside to focus on throughout the day!

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Kinhime Dragon
Kinhime Dragon · Denton, Texas, US · 670 projects
Great Job turning something negative into something good
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Sarah M.
Sarah M.
Excellent idea. I love the butterflies and how you decorated the jar.
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