As we wrap up Stampendous Handmade Week, I hope you found inspiration to get a jump start on those holiday handmade gifts! Today I'm sharing a bangle that would be fun for those teens in your life.
Doesn't that look just like lace. Nope, its one of Stampendous latest background stamps, Lacey Background CRR147.
Stampendous Cling Lacey Background CRR147
Stampendous Halo Glitter
Ranger Archival Ink
bread dough clay
1. Paint the outside bangle with pink acrylic paint. Stamp with lace design.
2. Antique inside of the bangle.
3. Wrap bangle with ribbons.
4. Create roses out of bread dough clay. Allow to dry. Coat with glitter. Adhere to bangle.
Ever want to know how to make clay roses using supplies you can find in your kitchen? The rose on the bangle is created with just corn starch and glue. Here's a video I created showing you how...
Parenting Tidbit : want to keep your kids entertained and sneak in a bit of science too. Mix up some cornstarch and water!
When friction is added it acts as a solid, but when untouched it acts as a liquid. You can more info on the science behind this fun suspension at Steve Spanglers Science site.
There's lots more inspiration from our Design Team awaiting you! Please visit all the blogs below and comment. We'll be choosing random bloggers to choose random comments for the prizes...so the more comments the better your chance!
AND don't forget our Saturday Challenge continues - We're sharing embossing techniques all month! Here's what we've been working on (most recent inspiration first):
You can link your creations here until Thursday, October 4th -