Last Chance for Altered Alice!!

Well, all good things must come to an end, and our collaboration this April with the Altered Alice Blog is one of them. What a fantastic journey through Wonderland this has been! Even our always jaw-dropping Design Team has succeeded in astonishing us by taking our Wonderland Perfectly Clear Stamp Set to lengths even we didn’t expect.  We have seen some amazing art, and we’re not done! We’ve got one more installment here for you of “thud” inducing beauties from those talented ladies with whom we are lucky enough to associate.

First up is the supremely talented Jennifer Ingle – Just Jingle to you folks – She’s making Alice related Jewelry again with some simple shrink plastic and colored pencils. Poke a hole, shrinky dink, and thread a jump ring through and you’ve shrunk Alice to pendant size without even using a potion in a bottle.

A shrink plastic Alice pendant by Jingle

Next we have a Splendidly Dressed Alice on a fancy but simple card by Wendy Jordan. A die cut doily frame really makes Alice pop against a background of Elegant Borders embossed in Aged Gold Embossing Enamel.

Ok…putting socks back on here… but wait!! Too soon.. you won’t believe what Janelle Stollfus has come up with! She has actually used Fran’s Encrusted Jewel Technique and stamped ON A TEA CUP AND SAUCER AND SPOON!! Wow… the ultimate in Alice blingware… You ARE sending that to me, aren’t you, Janelle? My office just wouldn’t be complete without it! You could use our 5-Jar Fran•táge Embossing Enamel kit for this!!

Two Lumps, Of Course - Janelle Stollfus

She even stamped the inside!!

Really, Janelle, now you're just making us look bad!

Gotcha, huh!? It’s really a Paper Sculpt Sensations  by Marion Elliot teacup! Guess who I’m chasing for a blog collaboration next!

And last, but OH SO NOT least, Melinda Gleissner joins us with an amazing Alice Triptych that I must talk her out of for my office!! It’s simply Splendid and features the most delicious red ruffles, the Opto Checkerboard Stencil from Dreamweavers, and our Poppy Bottles stamps trimmed and disguised as bottles of potion with straws. Soooo clever!!! Her little Drink Me tag featuring the Altered Alphabet and her splattering of Aged Gold and Chunky Clear Embossing Enamels makes this piece just swoony!! Alice in red has never looked so good!

Melinda Gleissner's Splendidly Dressed Alice Triptych

We sure hope you’ve had as much fun with our Altered Alice Adventures with Wonderland as we have. This has been such a romp! We hope we’ve inspired you with some terrific ideas, and that you’ll create something quick and link it up to the linky tool over at Altered Alice.  Remember, it doesn’t have to be Alice themed to win one of our Wonderland Perfectly Clear Stamp Sets, but Alice themed entries count double.  And if you don’t need this stamp set now, well, I’m afraid there’s just no hope for you at all!

If you decide to play, here is your last chance to snag our blinky for your blog! (PS… someone asked this week if you can make them “not” blink… sure, just resave it as a .jpg)

A Wonderland Blinkie for your Blog - by Lisa Hindsley of Stampendous

One Response

  1. Fabulous projects!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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