Saturday, March 24, 2012

A Sweet Shape Challenge


Last week for the Stampendous Shape Challenge I did a runner of a shape using household medical tape, but this week I'm going to share something that will add to my more shapely style. I'll give ya all the details of the challenge first though, just in case it's your first time finding this challenge.

The Challenge Details:
Each Saturday in March, we’ll be challenging ourselves (and you!) to make a shaped card or project – something other than the traditional square or rectangular card. Doesn’t that sound like fun?
We want YOU to play along with us! Just add your direct link to your shaped card or project to the linky tool below no later than April 5, 2012 at 11:00 PM EST. You do not have to use Stampendous products to play along, but we sure love it when you do! And as an extra incentive for playing, one lucky person (drawn at random from all the entries) will receive this gorgeous Cling Jumbo Hollyhock Stamp Set:


Oh delish! I've been wanting to make this for a very long time. Very long. It is from a book by Marion Elliot. I did a project a while ago that was inspired by this fabulous book. The products from Stampendous that I used, however are completely what make this go from cute to glamorous. I've pulled together three stamp sets and five Essentials to get this cupcake to it's once upon a dream ball. You can get the details of the products down at the end of my post... very long post. 

Ready to see even more shaped inspiration from my teammates? Here is a list of the Stampendous team members and special friends playing along today:   

Go ahead and take a bite! Join us for the challenge and link it up below.





Details:
Stamps: Jumbo DogwoodBirthday AssortmentCherub Wishes
Paper:  Cream (Mohawk), Green Cardstock (Lime Crush Bazzill), Pink (Pirouette Bazzill)
Ink: Versamark (Tsukineko), Black (Versafine, Tsukineko) 
Accessories: Aged Rose Embossing Enamel, Aged Silver Emobssing Enamel, Kaleidoscope Glitter Embossing Enamel, Silver Halo Glitter Mix (Stampendous), templates from Paper Sculpt Sensation book (Marion Elliot), zig zag rotary blade (Fiskars), 3-d rose die (Sissix), Twine (Twinery)

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6 comments:

  1. What a super fun and lovely treat box! Lovely rose and design!

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  2. LOVE!!! Your are super creative dearie!!!! Yay!!

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  3. The sweetest, cutest, most almost Alicest project ever! I just adore this. For Easter, Mother's Day, a special birthday, favors...it's got sooo much potential! WHERE can we get the book?

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  4. Janelle, has anything ever as sweet been created? I don't think so. This is marvelous!!! YOU ROCK!

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