KLIK, KLIK, KLIK...BOOOO!


Welcome to the final day of the Stampendous/Klik collaboration! If you've missed any of the details, you can read them below. Be sure to check out any of the days that you may have missed this week! More chances to win!

Klik Interchangeable Jewelry from Metal Complex is a fantastic new line of DIY accessory options. With two snap sizes and dozens of settings to snap your creations into, this terrific product is fun to play with for every level of crafter. There are tons of pre-made snaps so you can just “klik and go” to change up your look. But this week we’re playing with the Metal Complex Snap Bezel Blanks so we can craft our own masterpieces of wearable art. Along with this collaboration, we are working with Envirotex Jewelry Resin...an amazing product to easily make the jewelry of your creative dreams! 

Yes, there will be prizes...three random winners will receive a prize package that includes Klik Snap Bezel Blanks and jewelry components, a package of ETI Resin and a Stampendous Eclectic Perfectly Clear Stamp Set. To win one of these awesome prize packages, you need to comment on the Stampendous blog and that of each Stampendous designer in the list provided below. Eligible winners are those comments that provide a valid email and indicate a U.S. Mailing address. Here are the Stampendous Official Rules for all contests. Commenting will close Sunday, May 3rd and winners will be announced the afternoon of May 4th.

Here's what I've created for today:


I was channeling my inner "Alison" for this one, Alison being my good friend and teammate, Alison Heikkila, who loves to think outside the "pretty bonbon box". This first version features the Stampendous Cling Skull Roses, stamped in black StazOn on a 2 1/2" circle of white polyshrink. A bit of talcum was wiped over the front and back before heating to prevent it from sticking to itself, and then flattened with an acrylic block. This was the perfect size to fit inside the large Klik bezel. Using a glue marker, I applied a bit of glue on the flower and sprinkled this with Stampendous Micro Glitter in purple. Two tiny glowing green rhinestones were adhered over the eyes. Now to mix the Envirotex Jewelry Resin...follow the package directions, avoid a really humid day, and pour a small amount into the bezel until it domes. Let it cure 12-24 hours. I placed mine between two pencils since the snap on the back of the bezel prevents it from laying flat. Any tiny bubbles can be softly blown away. Two of the smaller bezels were filled with a mix of Fran•tagé Color Fragments in Trick or Treat mix, and Hot Lime, and Amethyst. More resin was poured over these. If the pieces float to the surface, just poke them back down with the tip of a needle or wire. Once cured, the finishing touches were an attached chain, and black leather cording. The cross and the "jewels" were colored with Copic Sketch Markers. I inked, and glittered a paper flower, and attached a portion of it to the underside of this bezel piece. 


My second interchangeable bezel, was created with the same process as above, but using the Stampendous Cling Tomb Elements image. More of the Color Fragments were added before the addition of the resin, and just as the others, was set aside to cure 12-24 hours.

I have to say that I really enjoyed working with both the Klik products as well as the Jewelry Resin...so simple to create some wonderful jewelry pieces! Now it's time for you to visit the rest of the line up for this final day!


Comments

BethW said…
If I ever made something this fantastic-I would never take it off. One of my favorite colors-purple-and a skull-this screams me! Again-love the detailed tutorial. You guys are truly the very best-thank you so much. Added the Halloween fragments to the "list" and the stamp!
BethW said…
I got confused-forgive me if this is duplicate! If I ever made something this fantastic-I would never take it off. One of my favorite colors-purple-and a skull-this screams me! Again-love the detailed tutorial. You guys are truly the very best-thank you so much. Added the Halloween fragments to the "list" and the stamp!
Jean said…
Wow- I would love to try this!!
Carmi Cimicata said…
Pam, this is stunning work! Thank you so much for posting!
BurningRubber said…
I love this!!!!!! SO stunning! Great colors and of course a favorite subject of mine :)
Louise said…
This is amazing Pam!
These are awesome! LOVE all the little bits and danglies on these! I am danglie obsesses and love the petals (or wings) on the first piece! Very pretty and I agree with BethW about never taking them off! TFS!
Mary Holshouser said…
Love the added petals behind the bezel. Beautiful piece of jewelry. thanks for the explicit directions.
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Joan V said…
Wow, the details of this necklace are fabulous. I love all the extra layers and lengths.
Sue D said…
Wow--this is stunning.
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