It has been a great week of building new fantastic projects with our design team using the Build A Snowman Perfectly Clear Set and the ideas are still coming like this project from the archives by Jennifer Dove.
This is the sweetest pendant using the three faces from Build A Snowman set. Click on the picture or caption to find out how Jennifer made this beauty.
The Build A Snowman stamp set combines well with our other snowman stamps to create a countryside dotted with our snow buddies. Here are a few stamps linked to their spot on our store and a great project to inspire.
These snowman friends are bundled up for winter! Send a snowy holiday greeting this Christmas with these buddies, or embellish your favorite Winter scrapbook page.
A sweet snowman cradles a little bird in a Winter wonderland. A charming image for scrapbook pages and Christmas, Holiday or Season’s Greetings.
This cozy snowman is putting on a winter hat to keep warm! Send warm holiday wishes and a Merry Christmas to your friends and family.
There is still more for our Friday finale! Our designers have fantastic projects to share today and we can’t wait to see what they did. Do you wanna build a snowman now?
We hope you’ve enjoyed our fun theme this week we sure have had fun building snowmen with you. Did you miss out some of the projects? Hop back to Monday where we show our snowman-building stamp set, Wednesday with plenty of glittery ways to create snow and snowflakes, and Thursday on some snow play with Dreamweaver Stencils.
Have a great weekend and we look forward to sharing more of our new holiday stamps from our July 2015 catalog!
At Stampendous we believe it’s not a finished project unless it sparkles and this week’s Build a Snowman theme is the perfect companion for our snowy Essentials products. Be on the lookout for projects made with these products while you are hopping around our design teams blogs. If you missed seeing projects earlier this week then hop on over to Monday’s post.
Our newest release in July has a 3-D embossing powder with the essence of snow captured because it sparkles and when heated it turns puffy like snow!
We have three ways to mix up some snow for your projects! Create a blue wintry affect that is all aglitter. The Frantage Winter Micro Glitter Kit will work with any adhesive and great with our Sticky Panels adhesive sheets. Build up some fantastic snow drifts with the encrusted jewel technique using our all white embossing enamels and essentials kit of the same name. If it is easy you need then Spoonful of Snow with it’s premix of enamels, glitter and shaved ice are the product for you! Three fabulous snow building kits ready for your snow card or scrapbook page.
Our designers have been building up snowman projects with glitter, enamels and more for this week, so let’s go check what they have for us today!
Come on, let’s play! It seems like we haven’t seen our snow buddies in a while so we thought it would be a great time to create with them again. Build A Snowman Perfectly Clear Stamps Set is our winter buddies building kit when snow isn’t in the weather forecast, so let’s have fun building a few snowmen to get a jump on a few winter card and scrapbook projects. The design team has their mittens on and shaping up some snowball creations for this week and we can’t wait for the fun to begin.
Create a winter wonderland with oodles of different snowman and snowflakes in this set for great little scene stamp. Here’s a fun trio of buddies made by alumni Cyndi Bundy. Aren’t those the cutest snowmen?
It’s going to be a fun week more of these of stamping a few snowballs figures and creating our own winter buddies. Let’s have some fun in the snow! Hop on over and take a look at these designers glacial projects and leave them a little comment love while your there!
Here we are on our final day of Dreamweaver Double Days! We’ve loved all of your wonderful comments regarding the technique videos and the samples that we’ve shared here, as well as on the individual team blogs. This tells us that YOU love it when we share all of our not-so-secret tips with YOU! So…expect to see more in the future! Today’s video is a technique tutorial that always has the recipients of your creations going, “Ooooh and aaaah”! Follow along as Dreamweaver Stencils‘ founder, Lynell Harlow, demonstrates using mica powders* with Matte and Glossy Embossing Pastes…
Amazing, isn’t it? And super easy to do. How about a double dip of samples from our team members featuring this technique?
WHOA! Wait just one minute, you say? Alison’s card is not the same technique at all. Mmmm. Yes it is, with one variation. This is the Molten Magic technique, so called because you paste-emboss just as in the video (preferably a glossy paste), sprinkle it with mica powders*, and HEAT it using a heat tool until it is puffy and bubbly. This adds great texture, and a totally different look, and all she did was heat it! Pssst, you can do this technique with Stampendous Fran•tagé Embossing Enamels, for a totally different look as well!
Now, let’s go see what the team members have been playing with for today. Oh, and leave them some love, please. They’ve worked hard this week!
*Just a note: Many of the items that you may see in our videos may not show on the website, but most are still available either from the Stencil With Style site, local stores, and/or the Stampendous website. Just leave a comment in the order form regarding the product that you’d like to purchase.
Have you been loving our double helpings of Dreamweaver this week on the Stampendous Blog, as well as on our the team’s postings? Today we’re serving up more delish Dreamweaver Doubles with added sparkle, featuring the Double Glitter technique, as shown in this video:
And how about a couple of additional sparklers by our own Laura Drahozal and Louise Healy featuring the Dreamweaver designs along with Stampendous Micro and Ultra fine glitters?
So many of our team members would love to show what they’ve done with their Dreamweaver products by Stampendous. Check them out!
Feeling in the mood for some heavy metal? For today’s posting for Dreamweaver Double Days, we have an awesome tutorial from Dreamweaver Stencil’s Founder, Lynell Harlow, demonstrating the use of stencils with metal…specifically aluminum, which can be purchased in a variety of colors. Following the video, we’ve posted two samples by team members demonstrating two ways to use the techniques mentioned.
Are you ready to have DOUBLE the fun with Dreamweaver this week? That’s right! All of this week, the Stampendous/Dreamweaver team are showing off oodles of fun projects with Dreamweaver by Stampendous products. Here on the Stampendous blog each day this week, we’ll be doing Dreamweaver Doubles. Today we’re featuring two stencil designs using the Stenciling Strié with a Sizzix embossing machine as shown in the following video:
Check out our team posters for today, and be sure to return tomorrow for more double delights:
We are enjoying the last days of summer this week with our mischievous mice theme. During this time of year there are vacations and celebrations that any of the House-Mouse stamps would help set the stage for your handmade card and scrapbook projects.
We can imagine this Teacup Sailing stamp would be great used on so many different water themed scrapbook pages. Amanda, Muzzy and Mudpie have expertly set sail for any kind of trip even if it’s only in the kitchen sink!
Here is a sweet sailing birthday card for those seafaring folks in your life. Jennie Lin Black created a beautiful floral color theme and, wow, we love the teacup reflections, too! More details about this card can be found on our website by clicking on the image or caption below it. By the way of sailing vessels, that the sentiment on Jennie’s card is from the Mice Wishes Perfectly Clear Stamps Set that happens to have another cute mousey sailor with snug hull boat.
With so many adventures by these mice we have oodles of stamps with summer in mind. Check out these stamps on our website with projects from our design team for inspiration. Just click on the captions to get there.
Speaking of which, our fabulous design team is also sharing more inspiration on their blogs!
EEEK! Mice have been invading the Stampendous blog all this week, and today they’re running rampant with Dreamweaver as well! Of course, we’re referring to our favorite House Mouse Designs® which are perfectly paired with Dreamweaver backgrounds and even embossing paste. As an example, here is Kristine Reynold’s “Potted Mouse”, using the perfect coordinating background… the Dreamweaver Black-eyed Susans stencil, paste-embossed, and ink-stenciled on top.
Follow the tiny mouse footprints to the rest of the team’s posts for more Dreamweaver/Stampendous fun: