Saturday, October 6, 2012

Celebrate the Week with Stampendous and Friends

 


We've managed to fly through another week of inspiration with May Arts and Stampendous! May Arts carries just about every time of ribbon, cord or what not a crafter could dream about... I guess that's why we all have have a splendid time adorning our projects with them. There have been so many wonderful projects for your inspiration and I can't wait to quickly show you mine so that you can keep moving through the hop! 


My frame is from another project that was a sweet lemon meringue yellow color, so I grabbed some Burnt Ochre acrylic paint and darkened it up a bit. I painted Beacon's Fast Finish product over it to seal it and give it a shine. :)

My image is a collage of background stamp, ribbon and colored image. There is a lot of fun techniques here that makes this an inexpensive gift or holiday decor. Let's look at the techniques from the background up:

  • Embossed Stampendous Tin Panel Background stamp in Aged Gold Embossing Enamel and Chunky White sprinkled around the edges.
  • Three May Arts ribbons across the background with the bottom sweetly tied with a bow, glued with ZipDry glue.
  • Stamp on a tail cut ribbon with Stampentous Scripty Blessings stamp using StazOn ink, glued with ZipDry glue.
  • Copic Marker colored Stampendous Crowned Angel stamp. Embellished with Crystal Embossing Powder on crown's jewel and star ornament, Fun Flock on angel outfit glued with Fabric-Tac. The whole image is sealed with Fast Finish for a glossy effect (see close up at the beginning of my post). It's then cut out and popped up with foam adhesive dots.
  • Drop this into the frame without glazing and it's ready for holiday decorating.

That's it, and now here is the master hop list for those who want to start at the beginning. Have fun and good luck... there are prizes still left to win!
Janelle Stollfus (you are here)

Here's the goodies I used on this project!
(there might be tag links on some of these products, so you can click away.)
Stampendous Tin Panel Stamp Stampendous Crowned Angel Stamp Stampendous Scripty Blessings May Arts Ribbons Beacon Adhesives Beacon Adhesives Beacon Adhesives Stampendous Essentials

Details:
Stamps:  Tin Panel, Crowned Angel, Scripty Blessings (Stampendous)
Paper: Killarney (Bazzill), Express It (Copic)
Ink:  Tuxedo Black, Versamark Watermark and Jet Black (Tsukineko), Copic Markers
Accessories: 5 Fabulous May Arts Ribbons, Chunky White Embossing Enamel, Aged Gold Emobssing Enamel, Crystal Clear Embossing Powder and Cotton Ball White Fun Flock (Stampendous), Fast Finish, Fabric-Tac and Zip Dry (Beacon Adhesives - Offiical Adhesives of TLC's Craft Wars)
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24 comments:

  1. so many techniques here that make this fab project, I could not give it away. TFS

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  2. Your frame is just gorgeous! Great use of tons of ribbon!

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  3. How festive! Love the Tin Panel embossed in aged gold. I must try this.

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  4. Gorgeous embossed background with the sweet Christmas Angel! Love the layers of ribbon and embossing! The frame is the perfect touch to showcase your lovely art!

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  5. Love your project.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  6. That is very definitely a bright and festive decoration for Christmas! I think I need to step out of the box and think about using cardmaking supplies for decorations more often!

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  7. How pretty! I love all that texture you got using the embossing powders and flocking!
    DeniseB

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  8. Love how you used the ribbons on this adorable project!

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  9. What a beautiful Christmas frame! Love the colors and all the yummy May Arts ribbon you used!

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  10. That is amazing. I love the embossing, and the old looking frame, along with the stamping and everything else!

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  11. Very pretty and colorful Christmas decor!

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  12. Here's what caught my eye: stamping on ribbon (I've never tried it), fun flock on the angel, and 3 ribbons as background behind the angel. I'm wondering whether it is necessary to use Staz On ink to stamp on the ribbon. I have just about every other kind of ink but that!

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  13. Great use of products, Janelle! Wonderful decor!

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  14. awesome project. I am a new follower and on the blog hop.
    adventureofthecreativemind.blogspot.com

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  15. Gorgeous project Janelle, love the colours and the crackle looks really fab!

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  16. WOW! your creativity always amazes me! This is stunning, Janelle!

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  17. Wow! That background looks fantastic, and I love that image!

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  18. I love all the colors and the background textures.

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  19. Fantastic! Love that you've done a 3D project. So great to have this variety. What a beautiful creation! Thanks for playing with us this week, Janelle!

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  20. I love the colors in this! I am now in the holiday spirit :)

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