Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Stampendous, My Lady… and a GIVEAWAY!!!

If you're looking for my Skipping Stones Designs post, please read this one for a chance to win and then check out Skipping Stones Designs Sketch #120.

I am so in love with the Stampendous Cling Plume Portrait stamp that was released at January CHA. She is elegant and will work with all styles of card making!!


My background is coffee stained and stamped with Cling Fall Tendril and added some sparkle with the Encrusted Jewel Technique. Have you seen Fran’s video?? The link above with take you there!!

To create my Encrusted Jewel Technique, I used Aged Gold Embossing Enamel, Gold Halo Glitter, Mica Flakes and Champagne Crushed Glass Glitter.


Stamps: Cling Plume Portrait, Cling Fall Tendril (Stampendous)

Ink: Versafine Vintage Sepia (Tsukineko)

Essentials: Aged Gold Embossing Enamel, Tarnished Mica Flakes, Champagne Crushed Glass Glitter, Gold Halo Glitter (Stampendous), Rhinestones (craft supply)

Ribbon: May Arts

WOULD YOU LIKE TO WIN the Cling Plume Portrait stamp? Paper Crafts Magazine is giving away this stamp on their Facebook Page today. You can find Paper Crafts Magazine Facebook page here. Find the PC Magazine post offering Plume Portrait, comment on that post and for your chance to win.

Stampendous is also giving away FREE stamps!! Jump over to the Stampendous Blog and leave a comment there for more chances to win!!!

Good luck! Thanks for stopping by!!!

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Jingle said...

This is beautiful!

Melinda Gleissner said...

Wendy, this is so pretty. I love your 'encrusting' :-)

Lynn Mercurio said...

Gorgeous! I live the addition of the pink ribbon with the lace. Goes wonderfully with the kraft and distressed touches!

Stampendous said...

Oh My Gosh this is just fantastic! I love what you've done with this stamp. A winner as always! PS folks, you can find the instructions for this card on our website!! Thanks, Wendy!

Pam Hornschu said...

Loving all your sprinkles, lace, layers, and distressing!

Vicky said...

wow coffee stain... that's really creative! Simply gorgeous!

Suzanne C said...

Oh so pretty and love the pop of light in the background with the encrusted mica flakes!

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