Thursday, April 30, 2015

Klik into Jewelry with Stampendous



Hello and welcome to my stop on the hop today! Stampendous is hopping along with this fantastic new Klik© jewelry system that allows you to create, klik and modify, repeat.

Thanks to Carmi Cimicata and Metal Complex who so generously provided the Stampendous Design Team with oodles of jewelry snaps, but also ETI Jewelry Resin.

As usual, Stampendous loves to share so there are three prize packages up for grabs. Three prize packages with Klik Snap Bezel Blanks and jewelry components, a package of ETI Resin and Stampendous Eclectic Perfectly Clear Stamp Set. 

To win one of these awesome prize packages, you need to comment on our blog that of each Stampendous designer in the list provided below. Eligible winners are those comments that provide a valid email and indicate a U.S. Mailing address. Here are the Stampendous Official Rules for all contests. Commenting will close Sunday, May 3rd and winners will be announced the afternoon of May 4th.

Here's who's hopping today!

Janelle Stollfus - it's me!

Ready for my bezel blank necklace?


Supplies: (and long instructions)

Stampendous:
SSC1222 Eclectic Charms Perfectly Clear Stamp Set
NKCRS02 NK Studio Wired Cling Rubber Stamps
DP100 Detail White Embossing Powder
MGK04 Valentine Micro Glitter Kit
FRG16 Fuchsia Glass Glitter
SSH34 Medium Acrylic Stamp Handle
MEM01 Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad
VM001 Versamark Watermark Ink Pad
CP811 Creative Palette
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
FX72 Clip Tool

Other:
Acrylic Paint by DecoArt
Decou-Page by DecoArt
Metal Complex Small DIY Snaps
Metal Complex Large Combination Pendant
ETI Jewelry Resin
ETI Jewelry Clay
ETI Mold Release
Necklace Findings, wire, black beads, jewelry tools
Anti-static Embossing Tool


Instructions:


1. Create a monoprint with some acrylic paint. Let dry.

2. Stamp flower bunch from Eclectic Charms set with Memento Black Ink onto monoprint and color with water and acrylic paint (greens).


3. Seal with Decou-Page. Let dry.
4. Trace bezel onto sticky note and cut out center. Use this window tool over the stamped image to find composition.Trim circle out of monoprint paper.

5. Glue stamped image in bezel and let dry.
6. Pour a small amount of prepared resin into bezel and let cure.


7. Grab the DIY snaps and create a few cabochons with the Jewelry Clay.Mix clay according to directions. Press out equal amounts into two snaps. Let set 15 minutes.

8. Grab the snap back with a Clip Tool. Roll snap with mounded clay, into a hand mixture of Red, Pink Glitter and Fuchsia Glass Glitter.

9. Take clay snap and carefully rock into the Wired mesh stamp. Set to dry per instructions.
Repeat steps 6 -8 for second cabochon.

10. Stamp postage image from Eclectic Charms onto acetate paper with Versamark Watermark ink and emboss with Detail White. Use a Static remover pad first.

11. Cut it out and insert it carefully into the bezel. If there are air pockets add a drop or two of resin into bezel before adding anything else into it.

12. Add embossed postage and fill with resin.

13. Sprinkle Pink, Red and Silver Halo mix around edges. Set aside to cure.

14. Add Halo Mix around the edge of cabochons. Brush any leftover resin onto cabochons sealing glitter.

The rest is assembly!




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13 comments:

  1. I am loving all this jewelry. Have never tried this!

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  2. Beautiful. I love the little flowers.
    this has been an exciting hop. so many ideas for a type of jewelry that seems to easy to make and can be personalized to your tastes.
    thanks for sharing a great necklace
    txmlhl@yahoo.com
    Illinois

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  3. Love the beauty of this piece. The halo edging makes it stunning!

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  4. Beautiful--I like the monoprint you created.
    Sue in Ohio
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  5. Wow! I didn't realize you could combine stamping and jewelry making. Your photos make this process look very doable. Nice finished product as well.

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  6. This is so pretty-love the colors and the bling! Best part-your great tutorial-I am definitely giving this technique a try.

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  7. Oh my how pretty. I would love to give this a try. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  8. OOOOOOOOOOOOOO! LOVELOVELOVE this! I cannot wait to get some of these to make my own jewelry pieces! TFS!

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  9. I so love this! Absolutely gorgeous!

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  10. Wowsers! This is wonderful! I want to try this technique, thanks for sharing.

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  11. I love necklaces! This is awesome!

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