Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Stampendous Sneak Peek Week- Day 3

Welcome back for day 3 of Stampendous Sneak Peeks! Today's project is a fun out of-the-box project created in an Altoid tin. Hmmm, maybe I should say its in-the-box, lol! 

Supplies Used for Tin:
Stampendous (Carousel Circus Print , Color Fragments (Rose), Treasures Glitter Kit, Shabby Pink Embossing Enamel, Shaved Ice )
Tsukineko (Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Versamark)

May Arts ribbon
Creative Impressions (paper flowers & bling) 
Dreamweavers Matte Black Embossing Paste
Nunn Bead cap
DIY Bangle wood bead
fishing line
old sheet music
Altoid Tin

Supplies Used for Bead:
Stampendous (Embossing Enamel -any color, Crystal Embossing Enamel, Deep Impressions Embossing Enamel)
May Arts ribbon
DIY Bangles wood bead
Tsukineko (Versamark)

Take apart Altoid Tin and bend in hinges. 
Coat tin with Matte Paste and allow to dry.
Adhere torn pieces of sheet music to paper and trim to fit in altoid tin. 
Coat inside sides with adhesive and cover with Color Fragments and glitter. 
Stamp figure from Carousel Circus Print 3 times. Color and cut out. Embellish with glitter. 
Adhere figures inside tin with foam adhesive.
Punch hole in top and bottom of tin. 
String beads on fishing line and thread through the hole in altoid tin. 
Embellish tin with flowers and ribbon.

Instructions for Bead:
Coat wood bead in Versamark and dip in favorite color embossing powder.
Heat emboss till melted.
While still hot, dip bead into Crystal Embossing Enamel. Heat to melt.
While still hot, dip bead into Deep Impressions Embossing Enamel. Heat to melt. 
Repeat with multiple layers of Deep Impressions Embossing Enamel. 

We have more Design Team members with terrific samples to show you today, we hope you'll visit their blogs and leave comments...who knows..the circus might come to your town!!!

And of course, you can browse our catalog below by clicking on the cover (all of our catalogs as cool flippy books are on our website at the bottom of the home page, too)
Stampendous October 2012 Catalog


Joan V said...

Oh my goodness. Is this ever so pretty and clever. Love all the detail. Thanks for the instructions and inspirations.

Wendy said...

Oh my goodness Wendy, this is fabulous. I hope you have a good day!!!

Miriam Prantner said...

I would never have pegged this as an altoid tin, it's gorgeous! Love the images, the coloring, the sparkle. Great job!

Kathy S. said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! I can just amagine it hanging on the wall, no one would be able to pass by it without commenting on how lovely it is. TFS!

Jingle said...

This is so pretty!

seau said...

I love how you made the dancers pop on stage. It is a lovely piece and who would ever guess it's an Altoid tin. TFS.

Kim H said...

Love the uses of the glitter, fragments, enamel, and ice, a wonderful mix for the piece. thank you for sharing.

Barb Turpin said...

So these images and how you showcased them.

Loly Borda said...

Awesome project! TFS all the instructions too, I love it!

Larissa Heskett said...

This is just AWESOME!! I have several nieces who would LOVE one of these!! TANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)