Friday, October 30, 2015

Stampendous and Glue Dots Blog Hop


It's the BIG hop day to finish off our week of inspiration with Stampendous and Glue Dots®. I'm thankful to them for providing me with three different dispensers of Glue Dots for use in the hop. I even ventured to my local craft supply store to get my hands on a couple more styles for my project today!


There are prizes up for grabs! Three commenters win the prize package shown above in the picture. Three awesome Glue Dots® dispensers, Stampendous Create Christmas Stamps Set and matching dies PLUS the Christmas Micro Glitter Set (OH why didn't I think to use that kit for my project today!) Details and deadlines for the prizes can be found on the Stampendous blog today.

Here's my project all stuck together with DOTS!


There are embellishment DOTS scattered around the monoprint paper and...


I made DOTS into a glittery flower! Check out how I pulled this card together...

Supplies:

Stampendous:
Y030 Quill Rubber Stamp
M322 Spotted Feather
H312 Penned Thank You
CP475 Creative Palette Rectangles
Micro Glitter (MG02 Gold, MG04 Pink, MG11 Red, MG15 Purple)
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
VM001 Versafine Onyx Black Ink Pad by Tsukineko®


Plus:
Cardstock by Wausau
Media Fluid Acrylics™ Raw Sienna and Burnt Sienna Paints by DecoArt®
Americana® Multi-Surface Satin™ Acrylic Poppy and Iris Paint by DecoArt®
Micro Dots by Glue Dots®
Mini Dots by Glue Dots®
Craft Dots by Glue Dots®
Pop Dots by Glue Dots®
Lace ribbon by May Arts
Perfect Layers Ruler
Brayer

Instructions:


  1. Fold colored cardstock in half for a finished size of 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches. Set aside.
  2. Use the smallest rectangle in the Creative Palette Rectangles set. Brayer and print each color in order of Raw Sienna, Burnt Sienna and Poppy. Let dry and cut down to fit on card base.
  3. Stamp Quill and Spotted Feather onto monoprint with black ink.
  4. Use Micro Dots to adhere monoprint onto trimmed white cardstock.
  5. Adhere lace ribbon onto monoprint with Craft Dots on the back edge of paper.
  6. Use Mini Dots to adhere monoprint to card base.
  7. Stamp Penned Thank You onto trimmed white cardstock. Use Micro Dots to adhere to trimmed color cardstock and again adhere onto card base over lace ribbon.
  8. Place Pop Dots on a 1 inch circle of scrap white paper starting around the outward edge and again inside the circle overlapping  the first round of Pop Dots. Take one slightly rolled Pop Dots and add to center. 
  9. Lightly sprinkle and rub Pop Dots with pink, red, orange and gold Micro Glitter. Repeat and press into dots until coverage is desired.
  10. Use a Craft Dots to adhere to card base by sentiment.
  11. Add random Micro Dots on card base. Sprinkle with different Micro Glitter and rub in and tap off excess. 

The best for last is the rest of the hop! Have fun and be inspired!

This cards color follow the Mix-Ability Challenge this week MIX144: Fall Colors here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/mix-ability-challenge-f390/mix144-fall-colors-10-30-2015-a-t605031.html#post21105602
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21 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh. Now that is creativity. Great idea.

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  2. Love the flower you made from the dots. I would have never thought to do that. Thanks.

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  3. So very gorgeous! Love the feather and the cool flower embellishment!

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  4. Now THAT flower is very creative.
    LOVE that feather image.

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  5. Love how the white sentiment pops on the cards of great colors!

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  6. Sparkliscious flower and the monoprint background is AWESOME!!!! LOVELOVELOVE it! TFS!

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  7. Wow, love how you did the flower!! Thanks for sharing it!!

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  8. Love the way you made the flower.
    Beautiful card.
    I never think about rubbing glitter on the glue dots for embellishments.
    After seeing that technique several times today - maybe it will stick.
    thanks for sharing.
    Illinois

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  9. Stunning card. TFS

    Teresa from California

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  10. Seriously? A flower from Glue Dots? Wow..that's really creative. And it's so cool, too!

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  11. What a wonderful way to highlight all of the best aspects of the Stampendous line of products with the Glue Dots as well. Your flower is so creative! Thanks for sharing your creation for the hop this week!

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  12. Pretty card! Love the sparkle and the dots!

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  13. Wowzers! I love the flower you made. What an awesome idea. I also love your background. Such beautiful colors. Viki in Kansas

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  14. GORGEOUS card!!!
    LOVE your inky background and FABULOUS feathers, ADORE your STUNNING, SPARKLING flower - WOW!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your BEAUTIFUL and CREATIVE INSPIRATION :)
    Tracy from Victoria, Australia

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  15. your card is amazing, the colors are so beautiful!

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  16. Out of the box creation! Love that glittery dotted flower, an innovative idea! Love the whole creation!

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  17. lesakeown@yahoo.comOctober 31, 2015 at 7:58 AM

    I wonder what other designs could be made with the glue dots!

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  18. WOW- would never have thought of making a flower from the dots - awesome card !!!

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  19. Very pretty--I like the feathers and all the dots.
    Sue in Ohio

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  20. Wow that is so kewl what a great idea for a glue dot flower :)

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