May Arts Ribbon Resource!


You KNOW how much we love our May Arts ribbons here at Stampendous. They so often finish a card or project with just the gorgeous touch we need to make it POP!

Until now, May Arts has only been available through your local retailer, but they just can’t carry everything! (but if you’d like to find a local retailer, you can do so by CLICKING HERE)

But now there is

Ribbon Resource

You can buy May Arts ribbon online in easy to store, easy to use 5 yard bundles!

To introduce their new service, they’re giving away a ribbon rack! WOW!  CLICK HERE to be taken to the giveaway post so you can enter to win!

Just to inspire you, here are some of our most recent, favorite samples using great May Arts products. You can click on the picture below to be taken to the project page on our website.


Jamie Martin used the May Arts Black Webbed Weave Ribbon beautifully on our Pumpkin Cat.
Jamie Martin used the May Arts Black Webbed Weave Ribbon beautifully on our Pumpkin Cat.
Kristine Reynolds rocks a Mulit-Bead String on this Snowflake Sky Card!
Kristine Reynolds rocks a Multi-Bead String on this Snowflake Sky Card!
Asia King created this gorgeous card featuring Moss Silk Ribbon and our Classic Santa.
Asia King created this gorgeous card featuring Moss Silk Ribbon and our Classic Santa.


Remember – we aren’t giving away the ribbon rack, we’re just sharing to help our friends. Visit May Arts Ribbon Resource for the giveaway!


Wintery Wishes for a Happy New Year!

 It’s a brand new year and we wish you all the best in health, joy and of course more crafting time.

This week we’ve been walking through our Winter Wonderland Collection and our snowflakes are the magic ingredient. Start with any of our winter images, add a little snowflakes and a wonderland project is complete.

This Winter Snow stamp is two inches square in size perfect for tags and a repeated image for backgrounds that goes with Winter Wonderland stamp. Take a look at how this two stamps work together on Kristine Reynolds’ card.

Winter Snow Stamp
Winter Wonderland Stamp
Winter Wonderland and
Winter Snow Stamps by Kristine Reynolds

Our Delicate Snow comes in three intricate flake designs that are a jumbo step up from our Winter Snow image because not one flake is alike. Krissy Fossmeyer used these larger snowflakes in such a simple way, but with a large impact.

Cling Delicate Snowflake Set
Delicate Snow Card by Krissy Fossmeyer

When you add a coordinating set of dies with Delicate Snow Set you can create an interactive winter wonderland like the ornament project Wendy Price created for her Christmas tree.

Snowflake Die Set
Delicate Snow Ornaments by Wendy Price

Any of the samples we shared today have a supply list and instructions to go with them just click on the image or link below and it will take you to the complete project page.

We hope you have a great weekend and before you move away from our winter wonderland, please stop by our designers blog and see their projects.

Kristine Reynolds

Lea Kimmel

Icy, Wonderful Christmas Wishes

This week our Design Team is focusing on Winter Wishes using our winter images from the July 2013 Catalog. BlogStar Asia King is no exception, and she starts us off right with this terrific, wintery Christmas card!

Hello everyone. Asia King today with some festive wishes. Only a few sleeps left till Christmas and I’d like to wish you all things rare and wonderful in this festive season!

For my card I used the following supplies:

Cling Jumbo Snowflake Trio, cling Rare and Wonderful, Silver Crushed Glass Glitter, Detail Silver Embossing Powder

Other: Paper Shabby Vintage Tim Holtz, kraft card blank, vellum, Memento London Fog ink, embossing ink, 3D Foam Squares – White Small, MyStik, DODZ 3D (Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L), Snowflake Pendant and Layered Poinsettia dies (Spellbinders), ribbon (May Arts), rag rolled flower, embellishments.

1. Cut your papers and distress the edges.
2. Stamp the snowflakes using London Fog ink.
3. Adhere the paper panels using MyStik permanent adhesive.
4. Stamp the sentiment with clear embossing ink and heat emboss with Silver Detail powder. Trim to size.
5. Mount the vellum panel on 3D foam squares and adhere to the card.
6. Add more foam squares on the top of the vellum and decorate with Silver Crushed Glass Glitter.
7. Die cut the snowflakes from the Sticky Panels and cover with silver glass glitter.
 8. Die cue the Layer Poinsettia and add dimension with a ball embossing tool. Add a centre with a 3D DODZ sprinkled with the silver glass glitter.
9. Assemble all remaining elements and embellishments.
Thank you so much for your visit today and have a very happy Christmas!
Big crafty hugs