Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Another Great Collaboration, EnviroTex Jewelry Resin and Stampendous
Stampendous has teamed up with Carmi Cimiata and the Resin Crafts Blog for another fun collaboration. All this week, we will be showcasing creations we've made using Enviro Tex Jewelry Resin and Stampendous products. The week will end with a huge blog hop on Saturday and of course, there are prizes!
Carmi has 3 prize packages for our fans in Canada where she lives. She’ll draw three Canadian winners from the comments on her blog.
Stampendous is also giving away 3 prize packages for our friends with US mailing addresses:
One winner will be drawn from the weekly comments on the Stampendous blog.
One winner from the comments on Saturday’s Big Blog Hop.
One winner from Facebook (You need to SHARE one or more of our posts about
this project on your Timeline to win).
Each prize package from Stampendous will include a pack of Jewelry Resin, a bottle cap, bezel and button to try, and the Stampendous Charm Collection Perfectly Clear Stamps – perfect jewelry sized stamps for your crafting pleasure!
I am forever losing my keys (and my husband's keys) so I created this tray for my mudroom. My theory is if I have someplace special to put our keys, I will no longer be frantic while running out the door in the morning.
The tray itself, I found at Michaels. I stamped a panel to fit in the bottom using the Stampendous Cling Jumbo Dogwood Set and Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. After coloring the image with my Copic Markers, I sprinkled my favorite Stampendous glitter onto the centers of the flowers.
I glued my panel to the tray and added a thin layer of resin on top. I let this dry overnight. In the morning, I sprinkled Pearlized Mica Fragments and Gilded Mica Fragments over the panel. I then poured another layer of resin on top. Mica Fragments are amazing! They add shimmer and shine to any project and come in a variety of shades. You can purchase them in a couple of different ways: Individual bottles or in a kit for those who want to sample five different shades. If you scroll to the end of my post I will link both options for you. Trust me, once you try them, you will want the big bottles in every shade. I repeated the process one more time, sprinkling more fragments and then adding more resin.
Please visit the following blogs for more inspiration and then stop back again on Saturday for our Blog Hop finale. If you like, please stop back again tomorrow. I had so much fun combining these two great manufacturers' products that I made a few extra projects and would love it if you would check them out.
Thanks for visiting!