Imagine Ice Resin and Stampendous Blog Hop

 

 

 

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Welcome back to the Stampendous Stamps, ICE Resin® and Imagine Crafts®/Tsukineko® Blog Hop! We’re having so much fun combining our products for fantastic results! If you missed yesterday’s post you can find it HERE.

We know you’ll want to try this yourself, and to make that easy we’re offering a nice prize package this week! Three lucky winners will receive a package with:

• 2 – Stampendous Perfectly Clear Stamp™ sets with designs sized for jewelry or small project making

• 2 – StazOn™ permanent ink pads by Tsukineko® courtesy of Imagine Crafts® – yummy Ganache and the must-have Jet Black

• 1 – 30ml package of ICE Resin Jeweler’s Grade Self-Doming resin

• 1 – pkg Suzan Lenart Kazmer Art Mechanique Silhouettes in Heart Shape

• 1 – pkg Kristen Robinson Rue Romatique bezel(s) (styles vary). WOW!! You’ll be crafting some awesome jewelry in no time!

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How to Hop:

Each day we’ll post the designers participating in the Blog Hop. Click on each one and check out their project. Leave a comment on their blog that lets them know you really looked at their project. We ‘ll draw three blogs at random from the four days, then randomly draw one commenter from each blog. You must have a U.S. mailing address to win, but we’d love for everyone to hop and comment! You can check out the Official Rules for all our contests if you have questions.

So let’s get hoppin! Here’s who is posting today:

Imagine Crafts

Cathy Andronicou

Sharon Morrison

Stampendous

Jennifer Dove

Kristine Reynolds

ICE Resin

Polly Hendrickson

Jen Cushman

 

***Blog Hop Hint – if you click on a link that takes you to a page saying something like, “Sorry this page cannot be found,” just click on the header at the top of the blog (usually a picture, or the blog’s name), and it will take you to that blog’s most recent post. That post *should* be our hop. If not, you can probably scroll down a short way to find the hop post.

Welcome to my  little part of the blog hop, Woo Hoo how exiting is this, I get to play along with some AMAZING crafting goodies today, and what fun I have had, this is what I created – if you scroll down you can see a full step by step tutorial.

Step by step tutorial

Materials used in this project:

Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black and Rich Cocoa Die Ink, Memento Dual Tip Markers New Sprout, Pear Tart, Angel Pink and Rosebud, Staz On Metalic Gold Ink, Gold Embossing Powder, Creative Medium Original, Java Walnut Stain and a Bullet Tip Fantastix.

Stampendous: Stack Art Elements Kit  (Rose Ultra Fine Glitter, Lavender Mica Fragments), Vintage Ladies Clear Stamps and Dress Form cling stamp set.

Ice Resin: Iced Enamels Medium, Iced Enamels Relique Raspberry and Ice Resin syringe.

Other: Silicone Mould putty, K and Co Life’s Journey Frames Metal Art, Artcoe Sunshine Gilding Flakes, Plaster of Paris, Modge Podge Mould Ornaments, Calico fabric, Martha Stewart Butterflies punch, Pearls, Metal, Kraft and White Card.

Don’t forget to leave a comment to be entered into the prize draw , thank you for visiting my blog today, if you want to see more projects relating to my design team posts then please check out my other blog HERE. Now for that promised step by step photo tutorial.

Step by step tutorial Stamp rose onto white card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.

Step by step tutorial Colour rose using Memento dual tip markers.

Step by step tutorial If you don’t have any bezels you can make a silicone mould from the metal frame

Step by step tutorial Pour plaster of paris into mould and once set remove and sand off any rough edges.

Step by step tutorial Colour raised design of frame with Staz On Metallic Gold using a Fantastix.

Step by step tutorialStick rose image into frame using creative medium

Step by step tutorial Add gold flakes to edges.

Step by step tutorial Add Ice Resin to the centre of the frame and leave over night to set.

Step by step tutorial Punch butterflies from metal and paint with medium add Relique Raspberry enamel and heat.

Step by step tutorial Make frame from plaster of paris, colour with Java Walnut Stain spray and Gold Staz on mount onto stamped sentiment.

Step by step tutorial Stamp background onto kraft card with Rich Cocoa ink.

Step by step tutorial Colour calico with Java Walnut stain, add to card with creative medium. Sprinkle with embossing powder and heat set.

Step by step tutorial Add Glitter and mica fragments using creative medium.

Step by step tutorial Adhere frames and butterflies and add pearls to design to finish.

Finally here is a close up of the centre of the card, I just love all the texture the embossing powder, fragments, glitter and enamel create.

Step by step tutorial

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35 thoughts on “Imagine Ice Resin and Stampendous Blog Hop

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  2. Cathy, this is such a super fun project! Look at you all making your own bezels and stuff!! Love how your greeting came together so beautifully. Thanks loads for playing with us!

  3. wow, love the frames with the images and gold. but the butterflies and the open weave fabric are inspired, love it!

  4. lovely card, so much love has gone into the design of this card. Using kraft as the card base, really pop’s your embellished card. usa mailing all good

  5. What a great way to add some extra pizzazz to my greeting cards. thanks for the great explanation on making it. I’m going to give this a whirl. Sounds like fun and something different.

  6. I I like it! 🙂 I enjoy all the texture and glitter. Great embellisment. It could be framed as a piece of artwork. thanks, -con

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  8. I never thought about replicating those little frames with mould putty. Great idea! Love your lovely card. It is just full of texture and pretty embellishments! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial.

  9. The pinks and purples in the flowers and butterflies would look great on a Mother’s Day card! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Not only is your card absolutely stunning, I love how you break it all down so that the reader (myself) is able to feel like they might achieve something as beautiful as you have! It’s very inspiring and I thank you for being a part of this magnificent 3 company event–I’m gaining so much from it and having a blast along the way!! Happy Weekend to you!!

  12. I love the glue stick molds. I need to look into the pink enamel. I have never seen that before? Looks real interesting!

  13. Wow, I am so impressed! This card is amazing. Who knew you could make frames like that!! I love what you have done. Love the pink on the butterflies too, it looks awesome. Beautiful work, thanks so much for showing us the details. Thank you for sharing.

    Katie B.

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