Saturday, June 11, 2011

New Cling Jumbo Stamp and Stampendous Blog Hop!!! Prizes to be WON!!!!

Good morning friends!!!

To me, this is a great way to kick off a weekend.

13 fabulous blogs to visit, all in a row, all featuring Stampendous goodness. If your arriving from Trudee’s blog, then you are in the right place.

The Stampendous Design Team as well as the Stampendous Blog Stars are each featuring creations with the *NEW* Cling Jumbo Stamps and boy are they fabulous!!!

You would not believe how these stamps practically make the cards themselves!!!! That may be a slight exaggeration, but the stamps are very easy to use. Don’t let the words “JUMBO” scare you. The slim Jumbo Handle is easier to maneuver than the other acrylic blocks. It is slim enough to hold in one hand and stamp!!

Here is how you can *WIN* your own Cling Jumbo Stamps. Stampendous is generously giving a set of NEW Cling Jumbo stamps and a Jumbo Handle to SIX lucky winners.

Your end of the bargain is that you will visit all the blogs along the hop and leave comments!! You must leave a comment on each participants blog to be eligible to win.

Here is what you can win…♥

Cling Jumbo Dogwood Set

Cling Jumbo Tiger Lily Set

Cling Jumbo Tulip Set

I chose the Cling Jumbo Tulip set for my project.

StampendousBlogHop

This is such a fabulous image, I wanted to keep the design simple.

Here are some the simple steps I took to make my card…

1. Stamp your image on white cardstock with a black ink you can color with. I chose to color my image with Tombow markers.

2. Cut out your image and set aside. Stamp the focal image again on your background card stock with an embossing ink. Sprinkle desired embossing powders over the embossing ink. I chose Ruby Red, Chinese Red and Clear Lemon, all from Stampendous. Heat with your heat tool.

3. Using a sponge finger dauber I added some color around the embossed image and used a brown ink to highlight the edges. Stamp your sentiment.

4. Go back to the cut out image and using dimensionals, adhere the image just a bit off center from the embossed background. Adhere to your card base and ~Tah-Dahh~

Supplies used:

Card Size: 5.5 x 5.5

Card Stock: White (Kelly Paper Co.), Sunshine (Bazzill Paper Co.)

Stamps: Cling Jumbo Tulip Set (CRS5012-Stampendous), Happy Messages (SSC109-Stampendous)

Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versamark, Versafine Black Onyx (Tsukineko), Walnut Stain, Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, Fired Brick (Ranger), Markers 025,856,946 (Tombow)

Extras: Chinese Red, Ruby Red , Clear Lemon Embossing Powder (Stampendous), Jumbo Handle (Stampendous)

Stampendous!

Pam

Rachel

Kristine

Taylor

Krissy

Trudee

Wendy J {{you are here!!}}

Wendy P

Cyndi

Geny

Lynn

Jenn

Rush off to Wendy P’s Paper, Ink and Smiles. You will find some something to please there for sure!!!

Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you enjoy the hop!!!

65 comments:

Kristine Reynolds said...

So pretty! Love those bright, fun colors!

Stampin' Meg said...

really really pretty- those colors and the jumbo size just make it jump out @ you!

craftymom205 said...

Loving the card.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Pam Hornschu said...

Love how you highlighted the flower with the background image embossed in all the yummy colors. Gorgeous, Wendy!

Elissa L said...

Great 3-D effect! nice a bright.

Krissy said...

beautiful! Love the colors!

Elissa said...

Great 3-d effect!

Anne Temple said...

So eye catching! Love those colors.

Scrappychick said...

I love it all popped up and your coloring is gorgeous!
Cyndi

dinosaur said...

Great colors! Very pretty!

Gramma said...

All the DT designs have been just fabulous, including this lovely card... love the embossed layer. I sure hope I'm lucky enough to win one of these sets of stamps.
Hugz,
Gramma

Lelia Pierce said...

Stunning card! I love the simplicity of it!

XXX

marinemomof2 said...

Beautiful card. Love the coloring.

Anne-Marie said...

Havin' a lot of fun here :)....it's amazin' how the same set can give so much different inspiration...your card is G.O.R.G.E.O.U.S.!

Barb's Boys Inspired said...

Fabulous blog, Wendy...love the way you offset that huge flower! Sure would love to win that Dogwood set...we saw Dogwood trees at Yosemite last month, gorgeous!

Michelle Peterson said...

So beautiful!

Laura D said...

Beautiful job, Wendy! I like how you stamped twice. It adds real movement to card. Lovely.

Dana said...

Lovely card!!! Dana W.

Cindi Flass said...

Great card! Love the coloring!

Crystal said...

Totally GORGEOUS Wendy!!!! LOVE the 3d effect!

wendyp said...

loving the colors in that flower! Beautiful work Wendy!

Barb Wessel said...

Beautiful coloring on this Tulip!!! Keeping my fingers crossed to win one of these fabulous flowers that you ladies are showing with style!
Barb

Ginny said...

Great tulip. I just love these stampsl

Heather said...

What an interesting effect!! Love the colours you chose!!

Carol said...

Love the project, it is beautiful!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Shirl said...

The gorgeous colour you used on the tulip certainly caught our attention, despite being a simple card! :))

Shirl L

Diane said...

Thanks for another fab idea card !!

hugs Diane xx

Diane W

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

Just lovely. These new flowers are so nice!

Heidi said...

Simply beautiful!

Taylor U. said...

Wendy, you rocked out this coloring - wowza!!! LOVE it!!!!! Big *smooches* to you today, sweet girl!

Lea said...

Simple and elegant! Love it!

Geny (Mommy Geny) said...

Gorgeous card, I love the layered tulip and the colors you used!

Francoise said...

Very nice card. Like your colours.

Kimberly S. said...

These are the coolest new stamps!! I LOOOOOVE the big flowers...and your coloring is great!
Kimberly S.

Anonymous said...

I like it very much!

StampendousGraphics said...

You've done a terrific job with this beautiful card, Wendy! Thanks so much for your great work with our products!!

Carmen O. said...

So bright and cheery! Love it.

Booknplays said...

Fabulous! Love the colors and will try this technique.

Sandra said...

very pretty - these stamps are great!
Sandra ltb

Barbara said...

This is really lovely! The colors are great!
Barbara L.

Mary Matthys said...

Very pretty!

Mary M.

Trudee said...

Ooooo! Bright and beautiful! So very pretty, Wendy! :)

Elena C said...

I really like your rendition of that flower. Stamping a bottom layer and then setting the cut out flower just a little off so that you can see the underneath...that's great.

Barbara said...

This is really lovely. These stamps are so fabulous!
Barbara L.

cindy said...

I like square cards. Great job with the jumbo cling.

Lisa said...

Orange is my favorite color, and this is a very warm and pretty tulip!

celweb said...

The flower jumps right off of the card! Great effects!

Jeanne D said...

I really like the embossing technique here.

Laura /sandytoz said...

Such a pretty card!!

Patti J said...

Beautiful card! Thanks for telling us how you did it! Great job - thanks for sharing...

LynB said...

Love the orange color!

JoAnne said...

This is a stunning image and I love that you add the shadow image. It really makes the wonderful flower just pop forward. Love it, JoAnne F.

Tiz said...

Lovely card, great colours.

Elizabeth B.

Tiffany said...

Love the embossing detail peeking out from behind that beautiful jumbo tulip!

CraftyGirl said...

Love the colors and really love the stamp.

Brooke said...

Love the colors!!!!

Courtney said...

Great design, i like that you left the card simple, but the image and the colors speak for themselves. - courtney i

Renee VanEpps said...

Such rich and beautiful colors you've chosen! Lovely card !!

Lisa W said...

love the layered look

Anonymous said...

loving these new stamps & all the great ideas

Golda said...

The outline behind is such a cool look. Great work!
-Golda P

Leonie Castro said...

lovely card good job

Liz said...

So pretty pretty pretty...I love what you've done with the stamp!
~Liz b

Elizabeth Hart said...

Love what you did with the background and stamping is agin. Really gives the flower such dimension. Very beautiful indeed!

Sue D said...

Very pretty--great technique!