Saturday, July 14, 2012

Stampendous/EnviroTex Blog Hop

I'm so happy you stopped by today! 

All week long the Stampendous Design Team ladies have been enjoying the fun crafting potential of combining our fantastic stamp images with EnviroTex Jewelry Resin from Environmental Technologies. 

Carmi Cimiata of the Resin Crafts Blog has helped us learn so much about how this product works, what it can and cannot do. We're so appreciative of her and the folks at ETI who sent us all some resin to play with.

 We've prepared some fantastic projects to inspire you today and hope you'll run over to your local Michaels or other craft store and pick up some resin and some Stampendous stamps and get playing.  If you make something fun, please take a picture and put it on our Facebook page! We'd love to see what you're doing! 

Here's the project I made for today's hop:

Cami sent me the Zebra patterned bottle cap to play with.  I had some matching paper so I decided to make a card and use the bottle cap for the embellishment.  I know this is a cow image and NOT a zebra but it is black and white and I just LOVE this Cowlik Birthday Perfectly Clear Stamp Set so let's just pretend it makes sense :)

Here's a closer look at the bottle cap.  I stamped the sentiment on a circle panel and then glued it inside the bottle cap.  I added a couple of layers of glue to seal it and then poured in the resin.


Here's the inside of my card!

I hope you enjoyed my project and are enjoying the hop too!

 As you visit each blog, you'll be entered in our drawing for a great prize package when you leave a comment! If you don't tell us you were there by commenting, we can't include you in the drawing! We'll pick a winner from today's comments separate from the commenters throughout the week. 

Get hoppin!!!
Kristine Reynolds (U R Here)

26 comments:

Terri Burnette said...

These are some of my favorite Stampendous stamps. The addition of the resin bottle cap is precious.

Scrappychick said...

ok, this is just too dang cute!! love the zebra print with cowlick!

Live 2 Create said...

cool bottle cap!

Wax Beach Artist said...

Your card is hilarious and I truly love the bottle cap addition!

Susan Lloyd said...

love the card! thanks for the blog hop.
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Suzanne C said...

That is the cutest card! The bottle cap is perfect and so clever of you to think of pairing it up with Cowlik. Beautiful coloring!

wendyp said...

that is too cute!!! love how you used the bottlecap on the card!

Lisa said...

Milk bottle cap is such a clever touch to this cute Cowlik card!

Jan said...

I have a gazillion bottle caps...what a great idea!

JAN

Miriam Prantner said...

Adorable card! Love how the bottlecap turned out!

Melinda Gleissner said...

I think the paper is perfect for this card and your bottlecap is really cute. Together with this great image you have one incredible card!

Sue D said...

Love this card!

StampendousGraphics said...

Love it! Simple and fantastic! What a great way to use all the products.

jackie said...

Love the cow stamp and your work is terrific.

Tina Merritt said...

Love the resin bottle cap! I never thought of using a bottle cap on my cards until I saw this! Thanks for the inspiration!

Barb Turpin said...

What a darling little bottle cap embellie!

(by the way, I couldn't get to your site from the previous stop...went back to the beginning...just in case you're not getting all of your comments on your cute project)

Heather said...

I smiled so love this card!

Jan Garber said...

I think your "cowbra" is adorable!

charli said...

fun card!

Carol said...

Gorgeous projects and another fun blog hop! Thanks for the inspiration!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

donnajean said...

Fantastic card!

Anonymous said...

The cow is just so so so adorable....great card...

Usha
usharaneem@yahoo.com

nelda said...

What a cute card!

randie said...

I Loved your card you are a great inspiration

Lorraine said...

The resin bottle cap makes a cute embellie!

jusaweecatnap said...

The bottlecap embellishment is really fun. Looks easy, too.