Stampendous and HHH Jewelry

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Our design team has taken a liking to HHH Enterprises products and wow, they have created some  great projects! We want to thank HHH Enterprises for their generosity in providing our team with a variety of wonderful products to use.

Today’s designer shares have stepped up their creativity for some exciting jewelry inspiration and you are going to love it.

Kristine Reynolds

Amy Hurley-Purdie

Tenia Nelson

Leadonna Kimmel

Pam Hornschu

Tangled Pumpkin Parade

Today is our wrap-up to the pumpkin parade theme on our blog, but we’d love to see you continue the parade by joining in on our Monthly Blog Challenge. You can always go up to our menu at the top of our blog to access the challenge information.

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The intricate design in the Tangled Border stamp weaves Jack o’ Lanterns with thorny vines together and is a perfect complement to our other Halloween images. Kristine Reynolds’ festive treat box showcases the  pairing of Witchy Dance with Tangled Border.Q203_Y029_KR_800

Wendy created a beautiful background with Tangled Border on her Lady and Jack card that we shared on Witchy Wonders week. Here’s a close up of her background that really shows how spectacular the stamp is in design.

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This wraps up our week of pumpkins and now there are a few more samples to see from our designers.

Kristine Reynolds

Janelle Stollfus (Previous Post)

Jennifer Dove (Previous Post)

 

Pumpkins in a Row

We recently asked craft artist Brenda Enright to create a cross stitch piece for us using our Damask Pumpkins. We were submitting it to a magazine that ceased publication before the project could be used, but we had to share it with you here! It was so fun and easy to make.

Brenda used our Damask Pumpkins stamp on tiny graph paper to create a cross stitch pattern, then stitched it on a swatch of natural colored cloth.

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Simple, iron-on adhesive adhered that to a piece of gingham then to this darling Saggy Bag by Canvas Corp.

treat bag by Brenda Enright

The addition of some pom pom trim and a festive bow finished the project.
Brenda then created this darling party invitation to match her party bag -

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We just loved this ensemble, so we asked our in-house artist to make a scrapbook page to complete the ensemble. Debi Hammons did just that, and we think it’s fabulous!

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Now that’s a versatile and well used stamp! This stamp could be used with a darker gloomy color palette and a few glittery cobwebs for a frightful Halloween project.

 

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We’ll be back tomorrow with more designer projects, for now we have some great ideas in our project gallery.

 

Pumpkin Loving Wednesday

Did you like the projects from yesterday using HHH Enterprises Jewelry products? There will be some pretty neat jewelry projects coming up this week among our Halloween product posts, so come back often or better yet, subscribe to our blog and never miss our posts. Go to the Subscribe tab in the upper right corner of our blog and get connected today.

We are back to our pumpkin parade today and first up we have Punkin Pals who are nothing short of cute with their kitty friend nearby.

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There is also our Punkin Ghouls stamp to use on a sweet little greeting card or a page in your scrapbook for that trip to the pumpkin patch you went on this year.

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Each stamp can be used in so many ways, but together they make an even more delightful project like Debbie Cole’s candle holder.

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Debbie’s project uses a wood craft product by Viking Woodcrafts and if you are interested in recreating this project you can find a similar product from them here.

 

So are you ready for more pumpkin projects? Take a look at what these designers have come up with for our parade.

 

Amy Hurley-Purdie

Janelle Stollfus

Some Cool New HHH Jewelry


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HHH Enterprises has generously given us scads of goodies to use with our Stampendous products and we’ll be sharing this week what the team has created. HHH Enterprises has an array of jewelry and accessory options for your DIY needs with fabulous online instruction sheets as well as helpful videos. Browse their website and it’s possible you’ll be hooked with a few of their products for your next jewelry project.

Check out some of our designers projects today and we’ll be back later this week with a new set of blog links to dip into for more great jewelry ideas.

Wendy Price

Amy Hurley-Purdie

 

Winners Winners!

Fun, fun, fun! Our collaboration last week with Dreamweaver Stencils and Core’dinations was so much fun and from the comments we’ve read, you all had a great time gathering up inspiration and building your wishlists. Thank you for taking the time to comment on each blog post as our designers really appreciate your thoughtful comments.

Here is another look at the prize package goodies that were up for grabs and then we’ll get to those winning commenters.

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So our three lucky U.S. winners were chosen by Random. org – first we counted all the blog posts M-F and chose three using Random.org. Then for each of those posts we eliminated the design team members (and duplicates) and chose one winner using Random.org. If we couldn’t tell that winner had a U.S. address, we chose another from that same blog post. (It pays to fill out those Blogger profiles!) – Here are the U.S. Mailing Address winners -

Winner 1 from Suzanna Lee’s Blog

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Commenter #16 – Sue D from Ohio

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Winner 2 from Pam Hornschu’s blog

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Commenter #18 – Sandy Berl

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Winner 3 from Dreamweaver’s blog

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Commenter #2 – Pam Beatty

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Winners should email their address to submissions@stampendous.com and lynell@dreamweaverstencils.com

Dreamweaver Announcement Post

It’s a Pumpkin Parade!

We know those that were with us on the Dreamweaver Stencils and Core’dinations Collaboration last week are excited to see our post revealing the winners and we’ll have that for you later today. In the meantime, it’s a new week, a new theme and we are on a parade with pumpkins!

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 It’s going to be a week of pumpkin delicious projects and our vintage style Pumpkin Ride is the first sweet treat to share on our blog.

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Pumpkin Ride by Suzanne Czosek

 Alumni designer, Suzanne Czosek, has this darling witch stamp framed with Spoonful of Midnight and heading out for a night of trick or treat fun.  Two designers are sharing their pumpkin parade projects today, let’s go see what they’ve made.

Jamie Martin

Kristine Reynolds

 

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