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Christmas Charms Pendant by Rhea Weigand

SSC1183_2_RW_800Supplies:

From Stampendous:

SSC1183 Christmas Charms

FRG11C Red Glass Glitter

FRG02C Champange Glass Glitter

FRC11 Scarlet Color Fragments

FRC13 Leaf Green Color Fragments

Plus:

Old Book Page

Tuxedo Black Memento Ink by Tsukineko

Art Mechanique Bezels by Spellbinders®

Ball Chain and Watch Gears

Red and Green ink pads

ICE Resin

Red Sheer Organdy Ribbon by May Arts

Instructions:

  1. Stamp images in black, red and green on aged book paper. Trim to fit Bezel.
  2. Glue down in Bezel.
  3. Place in Bezel.
  4. Add gears, chain, and Glass Glitter and glue in place.
  5. Mix ICE Resin according to directions and pour into Bezel. Let Dry

Button Shoe Elements by Kristine Reynolds

Supplies: W126_KR_800

From Stampendous:
W126 Button Shoe
FREG026 Aged Black Embossing Enamel
FRG01C Silver Crushed Glass Glitter

Plus:
Memento™ Tuxedo Black Dye Ink by Tsukineko®
Tim Holtz® Antique Linen Distress ink
Copic® Markers (C09-C07-C05-E40-E42-E43)
Recollections® black cardstock
Canvas Corp® white cardstock
Cordinations® beige cardstock
Mohawk® Bright White
Black Tule
Heat Tool

Instructions:

  1. Sponge Antique distress ink on to the canvas corp panel.
  2. Adhere paper panels to a square black card.
  3. Stamp shoe elements on a white panel with black ink and color with markers
  4. Back panel with paper panels and adhere to card front.
  5. Sprinkle embossing enamel and glass glitter on card and heat from underneath until melted.
  6. Tie tule around card.

Vintage Ladies Resin Necklace by Debbie Cole

Vintage Ladies Resin Necklace by Debbie ColeSupplies:

From Stampendous:
SSC1136 Vintage Ladies Perfectly Clear Stamps
SSH38 Small Perfectly Clear Acrylic Handle

Plus:
Media Mixage Antique Bronze Large Square Bezel by Spellbinders
ICE® Resin
Americana Deep Burgundy, Flesh Tone, Forest Green, Lamp Black, Traditional Raw Sienna, Traditional Burnt Umber, & Victorian Blue Acrylic Paint by DecoArt®
Easy Float by DecoArt®
Paintbrushes
Sponge Wedges
White Cardstock
Bubble Palette
Paper Towels
Glue
Cog & Gears
Necklace Chain
Jump Rings & Lobster Claw Closure
Rhinestones
Craft Sticks
Disposable Measuring Cups
Detail Scissors

Instructions:

  1. Place the text stamp onto an acrylic handle. Dampen a cosmetic sponge and remove as much water as possible. Pour a puddle of Traditional Burnt Umber out on the palette paper. Pounce the sponge into the paint and then on a clean area of the palette. When you look at the bottom of the sponge it should be covered by paint but you should still be able to see the texture of the sponge. Pounce the sponge onto the stamp and stamp on the card stock. Using the same sponge, reload with the Traditional Burnt Umber and stamp the remaining images in the same manner.
  2. Cut the stamped text to fit into the bezel. If you have the die, you can run it through your machine. Using a bubble palette, place about a dime size drop of Traditional Raw, Flesh Tone, Victorian Blue, Forest Green, and Deep Burgundy into individual bubbles. Mix one part paint with appx three parts water mixed with Easy Float. Completely mix the paint until it becomes transparent. Using #8 shader wash Traditional Raw Sienna mixture over the entire background and also the ladies hair. Wash the lady’s face and arms with Flesh Tone mix, her corset with Victorian Blue mix, the rose with Deep Burgundy mix, and it’s leaves with Forest Green mix. Cut out when dry.
  3. Seal the images and background with all purpose glue, allow to dry, and repeat step. Glue background into the bezel. Mix Ice Resin according to manufacturer’s instruction and pour small amount into the bezel. It should cover the entire bottom, but one third of the depth. Allow to harden.
  4. Place remaining images and watch gears into bezel. Mix Ice Resin according to manufacturer’s instruction and pour small amount into the bezel. It should cover the entire another third of the depth. Allow to harden.
  5. Place rhinestones around the inside of the bezel, gluing into place. Mix additional Ice Resin and fill bezel. Allow to harden over night.
  6. Add charms, cogs, and chain of choice using jump rings.

Steampunk Charms Resin Necklace by Debbie Cole

Steampunk Charms Resin Necklace by Debbie ColeSupplies:

From Stampendous:
SSC1179 Steampunk Charms
SSC38 Small Perfectly Clear Acrylic Handle

Plus:
Media Mixage Antique Bronze Medium Rectangle Bezel by Spellbinders
Americana Traditional Raw Sienna & Traditional Burnt Umber Acrylic Paint by DecoArt®
Easy Float by DecoArt®
ICE® Resin
Sponge Wedges
Glue
Bubble Palette
Paper Towel
Cogs & Gears
Antique Bronze Necklace Chain
Antique Bronze Jump Rings
Antique Bronze Lobster Claw Closure
Rhinestones
Craftsticks
Disposable Measuring Cups
Detail Scissors

Instructions:

  1. Place the text stamp onto an acrylic handle. Dampen a cosmetic sponge and remove as much water as possible. Pour a puddle of Traditional Burnt Umber out on the palette paper. Pounce the sponge into the paint and then on a clean area of the palette. When you look at the bottom of the sponge it should be covered by paint but you should still be able to see the texture of the sponge. Pounce the sponge onto the stamp and stamp on the light brown card stock. Using the same sponge, reload with the Traditional Burnt Umber and stamp the remaining images onto the off white card stock.
  2. Cut the stamped text to fit into the bezel. If you have the die, you can run it through your machine. Seal the paper with all purpose glue, allow to dry, and repeat step. Mix Ice Resin according to manufacturer’s instruction and pour small amount into the bezel. It should cover the entire bottom, but only half the depth. Allow to harden.
  3. Using a bubble palette, place about a dime size drop of Traditional Raw into an individual bubble. Mix one part paint with approximately three parts water mixed with Easy Float. Completely mix the paint until it becomes transparent. Using #8 shader wash over the remaining images. Cut out when dry. Seal in the same manner as the background. Glue the balloons,and small watch gears into place in the bezel and the man onto a cog. Mix Ice Resin and pour to fill bezel. Pour a small amount over the man on the cog. Allow to set for two hours. Place three rhinestones onto the upper right hand corner of the bezel. They will stick to the resin. Allow to harden over night.Glue man on cog into lower left hand corner. Add charms, cogs, and chain of choice using jump rings.

Stack Art Royal Heart Steampunk Shoes by Debbie Cole

Stack Art Royal Heart Steampunk Shoes by Debbie ColeSupplies:

From Stampendous:
SAS03 Stack Art Stamps Royal Heart
SAK01 Stack Art Kraftboard Angel Wings
SSC1195 Steampunk Shoes Perfectly Clear Stamps
SSH34 Medium Perfectly Clear Acrylic Handle

Plus:
Americana Lamp Black, Traditional Burnt Umber, & True Blue Acrylic Paint by DecoArt®
Dazzling Metallic Bronze, Glorious Gold, Shimmering Silver, & Worn Penny Acrylic Paint by DecoArt®
DuraClear Matte Varnish by DecoArt®
Paintbrushes
ICE® Resin
Bronze Polymer Clay
Sponge Wedges
Clay Blade or X-Acto® Knife
1″ Square Shape Cutter
Cogs & Watch Parts
Cardstock
Glue

Instructions:

  1. Knead the clay so that it is soft and workable. Roll in a ball and roll the clay out using a rolling pin or acrylic roller to 1/4 inch in depth. Apply Text stamp onto an acrylic handle. Spray the Text stamp with a light mist of water and press firmly into the clay. Lift the stamp off the clay. Remove the large stack art kraftboard.  Use the negative space as a template to cut out the clay shape with an X-Acto Knife. Cut out a 1 inch square in the upper right hand corner of the shape using a shape cutter. Remove the square and roll to 1/8 inch thickness. Cut with shape cutter and place back into the square hole. Roll another small piece of clay to 1/8 inch thickness, lightly press steampunk shoe  and cog stamps into the clay and cut out. place the clay clogs onto the clay ATC. Roll a small ball of clay and place on cogs. Slit an “x” with knife to create screw cap. Bake all shapes in a toaster oven according to manufacturer’s instructions.
  2. Place shoe stamp onto a small acrylic handle. Dampen cosmetic sponge and remove as much water as possible. Pour a puddle of Lamp Black out on the palette paper. Pounce the sponge into the paint and then on a clean area of the palette. When you look at the bottom of the sponge it should be covered by paint but you should still be able to see the texture of the sponge. Quickly pounce the loaded sponge over the entire shoe stamp. Stamp it onto card stock paper. Repeat. Stamp the text “Click your heals” in the same manner. When using paint on stamps it is important that you do not overload the image. Immediately wash the stamp with soap and water. If any has dried use an old tooth brush to clean. The sponge can also be washed and reused.
  3. Use a small paint brush to paint the blue areas of the shoe and Click of the text with a wash of True Blue. The metal areas of the shoe are washed with Glorious Gold and Shimmering Silver. Paint the second shoe metal sections in the same manner. Cut out. Glue the shoe onto the shoe shaped clay. Add small watch parts and glue additional shoe metal parts.
  4. Thin Traditional Burnt Umber and wash over the clay ATC. Dry brush the metallic colors randomly over the ATC. Cut out the text to fit the square. Coat with all purpose glue on both sides of paper. Place into hole. Glue cogs, watch parts and shoe onto the ATC. Mix Ice Resin according to manufacturer’s instructions. Pour into the hole and brush over remaining ATC as a varnish. Allow to harden overnight.