Monday, November 28, 2011

Blog Candy Winner and Wisemen Lantern


Today's post features another one of my lanterns. This one was created for the Stampendous holiday 2011 catalog. I used Thermo Acetate to form the cylinder shape. The Wisemen image was stamped on the front with Black StazOn ink. On the back of the acetate, I played with lots of gooey stuff! I squirted a generous amount of Ranger Glossy Accents over the acetate. Then I added drops of various colors of Ranger Alcohol Inks, swirled a bit with my finger, and sprinkled with the Frantage Elements Mica Flakes. Then I took the thin white tissue that comes with the acetate, crumpled it up, smoothed it slightly, and applied it over the wet goo. The whole thing was set aside to dry. Once dry, the panels were attached at the sides with brad fasteners to form the cylinder shape. Ordinary rope was covered in Versamark ink and embossed with Aged Gold Embossing Enamel and glued around the top and base of the lantern. A vellum cylinder insert was edge punched and inserted for more opacity in the lantern. A few small flameless candles were tucked inside.
For Saturday's post, I promised to give away blog candy to one commenter who had the correct answer to my question, and the winner of the Cling Jumbo Santa Believe set was...
  
craftymom205

Congrats! I'll be emailing you for your address and sending this off to you via snail mail right away. Have fun creating cards, bags, tags, gifts, etc. with your new set! 
To the rest of you, keep checking back each Saturday as the team will be offering more blog candy this month. Have you played along with the November challenge to use chipboard on your projects? Be sure to link them onto the Stampendous Impressions' blog in order to be considered for winning the prize for the month...the new Cling Jumbo Songbird! Saturday, December 3rd, will begin a whole new challenge to play with! See you then! 

 

1 comments:

Louise said...

This is amazing! I don't know how you do everything you do, you are one very busy woman!

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