Friday, May 31, 2013

Stampendous Resin Blog Hop

We hope you've enjoyed the inspiration this week as our team has been playing with the Resin Crafts Blog featuring EnviroTex Jewelry Resin from ETI and their brand new Jewelry Clay! We've had fun bringing you these terrific projects.

Here's my project: 



To create this piece I started by stamping Overlooking Oz with Stazon into the Resin Clay. (Before adding paint or other products you need to let it dry.)


I added some acrylic paints that mimic the look of copper patina and a coat of Epoxy Resin on top.  




Be sure to comment on all the blogs for the best chance to win these terrific products. Our prize package includes BOTH the clay and resin, plus a nice assortment of bezels from Nunn Designs, and, of course, some stamps and Essentials from Stampendous! One of the things we love best are the terrific videos that show you just what to expect from these products.You have until Sunday night to comment on the blogs below to be in the running for our prize packages! Here's who made some new inspiration for you today:

For more chances to win fun stuff, join us next week for another Blog Hop! (I don't know how we got three in a row either, but hey...more prizes!!) This time we're playing with Core'dinations, and May Arts Ribbon. You know paper and ribbon get us going every time, so don't miss a minute! (you really should just subscribe if you don't already... it's at the very top of the post) PLUS - remember this is the final week of May's Fabulous Floral's Challenge! Be sure to add your project to the linky tool in the right sidebar or on the May Challenge Page.

18 comments:

  1. Like the addition of the copper patina and how the beads coordinate with it.

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  2. This turned out really cool! Love the copper look!

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  3. I like the copper patina and how you went over some of the black lines, but not all. Cool pendant!

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  4. I love the image. It is so gorgeous!!

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  5. WOW!! What a Great Design!! I LOVE the way it turned out!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

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  6. LURVE, girl!!! Just LURVE!!!! :)

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  7. What a great idea to use just a small portion of a bigger stamp! I don't know that this would have ever dawned on me to do! You gals give me so many great ideas to try and that means so much to me! TFS!

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  8. Beautiful job on this piece! Love the way it catches the light!

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  9. Love the design on this beautiful piece!!

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  10. So... I was scrolling down my phone to see ur project and the cat ran by and distracted me. I look back over and thought, "Whoa! What's is that?! Scroll back up! Hurry!" Maybe not EXACTLY like that but pretty darn close! How cool and crazy and fun is this Overlooking Oz stamp?! How did I miss it before now? Then the coloring and Latinas u added make this look like a piece of rock or mineral that u sat and chipped away at and carved for weeks! Shame on me but I'd love to make something like this and leave my friends guessing how I made it and what it is made from! Hehe...

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  11. Terrific project, Tobi! We don't always think of using the bigger stamps on small pieces, it's fun to see how an isolated part of the image can make such a dynamic piece! Thanks so much for playing with our hop and being on our team!!

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  12. Very cool with the copper patina paint.

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  13. Very funky! This hop is really making me want to explore all these products!

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  14. Gorgeous effect with the resin clay and gold! Love how the resin just makes it shine!

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  15. Great project, turned out beautifully.

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