6.28.2012

Stampendous! and Clear Scraps Together? SURE!

Just a quick LAST reminder!  The voting ends at 2pm Eastern Time today!  This is it, folks, the LAST day I will be asking for your votes!  LOL!  I know you have got to be a little tired of it by now!  I can't thank you all enough for the incredible show of support!  I have the besetest  friends EVER!!!!  Thank you!!!!  (Oh!  And if you haven't seen the video, check out my original Round 5 post!  It's fun!)






Now, onto the fun for today!  Stampendous! and Clear Scraps have come together for an awesome collaboration!


Today I have a fun card to share with you and on Saturday we will have a BIG blog hop and I have an album to share with you then!  LOTS of fun stuff!!!!




May God Who Understands...


For my card I stamped the Peacock Feather image in VersaMark and then chalked the image in a variety of colors.  I was surprised at how well this worked on the acrylic!  On the front of the card, I stamped the sentiment and the Feather Points image on the front of the card with StazOn Opaque White.  HUGE thanks to Tsukineko for providing the inks for this project! They are fabulous!




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I love how stamping on the different layers creates depth on the card!  So fun!  I attached the front pieces to the back with washi tape and added a few pearls to embellish!




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Now, be sure to leave a comment because Stampendous! and Clear Scraps have GREAT prizes for you!

Prize Package includes (we have 3 to give away):
2 – Send It Clear Cards (no choice of style)  - http://www.clearscraps.com/category_s/69.htm
1 - Sassy Mixable 8 X 8 Album - http://www.clearscraps.com/product_p/csmxsassy.htm
1  - additional Clear Scraps product (varies)
3 – Tsukineko Sponge Daubers - http://www.tsukineko.com/store/cart.php?m=product_detail&skip=&p=3236
1 – pkg Imagine Crafts Ink Blushers - http://www.tsukineko.com/new.php
1 – colored StazOn ink pad (no color choice) - http://www.tsukineko.com/store/cart.php?m=product_list&c=25
1 – opaque StazOn ink pad (no color choice) - http://www.tsukineko.com/store/cart.php?m=product_list&c=25
A selection of Stampendous Cling Rubber, Perfectly Clear Stamps and Class A’Peel Stickers (selection varies)


And here is how you can win:

  • Comment on the Stampendous!  blog - all week  -  we'll choose one winner from the Mon - Fri Comments
  • Check out Stampendous! on Facebook! We'll keep our ClearScraps collaboration posts at the top. Click SHARE and share them on your wall. We'll draw a winner from all the folks who SHARE our posts this week (through Saturday's hop)
  • Comment on the Blog Hop!  Saturday will be our big Blog Hop - comment on the blogs and we'll enter you once for each comment!
Here are the other links to visit today! 

Stampendous Impressions – http://www.stampendousblog.wordpress.com/

Jennifer Ingle (Jingle) - http://justjingle.blogspot.com/

Jingle out!

31 comments:

Barb said...

This is awesome! I love the layering of the images...such a cool effect. The peacock feathers are beautiful!

Mary Pat Siehl said...

this is too cool! love the peacock feathers!

christi said...

awesome layers. i love the card, great colors.

onecraftymama said...

I'm never ever going to get tired of peacock feathers. Simply gorgeous - the chalking is really superb, and I never would have thought to try it on acrylic!

Leah Crowe said...

that chalked peacock feather is DIVINE!!! I love that. :)

wendyp said...

love how you chalked the feather! Beautiful job, Jen!

Karen B. said...

Ooh, now that is cool.

Becky said...

This turned out way cool! I always love anything with acrylic :) off to votey vote!!

byondbzr said...

The peacock feather turned out great, very cool techniques here!

jp said...

Great layering!

Deb said...

wow amazing card, love how you stamped on the acrylic!
Debxx

fairyrocks said...

A transparent card, awesome idea, very unique...PS, LOVE your card holder pick too.
Keep smiling and creating

Greta said...

Wow--just beautiful! Love the chalked feather--amazing!

Sue D said...

Very pretty--I like how you used the washi tape.

retrorevival.biz said...

I'm loving your gear card! Super cute, lady:)

~Cindy

Pamela said...

Really LOVE this card!!! Great job! And good luck with Gallery Idol!! :)

sutty said...

Gorgeous card and a beautiful mini - love the stamping on acetate and the verse is fantastic.

Kray said...

Love the peacock feathers! Pretty!

Stampendous said...

Fantastic job, Jingle! Love the way you've added elements to this card!

Tracy said...

This is a fun card.
Who would have thought to make a card with acetate, oh thats right you ;)

Pam Hornschu said...

Love that chalked peacock feather! So subtle and sublime! BTW, wishing you the best of luck for tomorrow. Crossing all my fingers and toes!

Denise Bryant said...

Lovely project! Love that gorgeous peacock feather image!
DeniseB

Suzanne C said...

Sweet peacock feather and cool design! Good luck tomorrow!

Barb Turpin said...

Love that feather!

Steph Lee (Arty Carty) said...

ooo I love the washi tape closure and seam ..it looks so trendy industrial and WAY cool!! well the ink on acrylic is cool too but the tape is unique man!! LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

Maureen Hayes said...

I have never worked with acrylic and I have to say this week is blowing my mind. This project is beautiful, and so many of the blogs I have visited have had great ideas as well. I have to try this out now! Hope I win some goodies to play with! Thanks for participating.

sharon g said...

The peacock feather looks amazing on your card. I've never done anything like this before...

Denny said...

OK. You have to share how you chalked the peacock feather! I need a tutorial (front or back? How did you just adhere to the stamped image and not smudge it? Did you put something over it to keep it intact--preservative?) So cool!

michelle hodges said...

Very beautiful and love the details!

Linda said...

Thanks for the tips on using different inks on acrylic

jordanbev5 said...

Love your card and have been one of your followers for awhile now. Great tips today, and so enjoyed it!

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