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Wednesday, 20 July 2016

More Stampendous and Tando Projects



Day Three of our fabulous week long blog hop with

For product availability you will find many Stampendous items available on the Tando website as follows:
Frantage Kits
Spoonful of Kits
Stamp n Bond
Embossing Powder Techniques Book

If you can't find what you're looking for there then do go to Woodware for stockists.
If you are in Europe you can also go to Pink Your Life

You have arrived here from Tenia Nelson
and from here you can go back to the beginning at Stampendous
There is a complete list of the todays hop at the end of this post in case you get lost :)


We have two projects for you again today using Stampendous products with Tando;
 the first is from Lisa:

First, I took the mixed media tags from Tando, but why use one when you can use two?.... 
I started by adding some background layers to the tags, using torn cardboard and bits of ribbon and lace. 

On tag (a) I took a selection of sizes from the Tando grab bag of stars and used the Tando mini mask - giraffe to add some pattern and texture using homemade texture paste.
I then added some small straight bunting.

I did the same on tag (b) using the distressed diamonds mini mask and the circles grab bag then added one of the zips from the 2 set of zips pack. 


When everything was in place I added some colour using DecoArt Media Acrylic Paints. When the paint was dry, I dry brushed white acrylic paint over the top. 

On to the stamping.... on both tags, I used the Stampendous 'fashion dame' stamp set designed by Nathalie Kalbach. 
I used some subtle patterned paper to stamp the skirt and jacket then stamped the figure on to white card. After fussy cutting the figure, I put a wash of brown paint over the top to make it more subtle and blend in. I then fussy cut the skirt and jacket and added them to the figure. 

I made some picture frames from clear Ultra Thick Embossing Powder and a mould. I stamped the figure again on to white card and cut out the face of the figure to fit in to each frame. I again colour washed the frame image. 

I then took a selection of buttons and covered them with clear embossing ink. I covered them with Stampendous Shabby Green Embossing Enamel and heat embossed. I absolutely adore this stuff!!! It's just amazing! The result is stunning!!! 

To finish, I coloured some organza ribbon with the same green coloured DecoArt paint and tied it in a bow on both the tags. I then lightly heated the ribbon with the heat gun which makes it crinkly.







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Kaz here with my {Stampendous} Project

I've made a card, again using products that will soon be available as a card kit:




I've used {Mini Splatters Stencil} onto the card blank and then went around the edges of the splats with a coloured pencil.

I've  cut the {Mini Music} to size and sprayed with black ink spray. Once dry, I've carefully used an embossing pen onto the notes and treble clef only, then sprinkled Sky Blue Embossing Powder from the Stampendous {Teal Frantage Jewel Kit}. This is lovely and sparkly!

I finished off with a stamped greeting and some doodles.

21 comments:

Zoe Sanderson said...

Super sweet projects Kaz, loving the teal colour. Already broke how am I to cope with the rest of this week of hops? Zoe (Grimsby UK)

eyes2theocean said...

This is really cool. The colors are great and the image reminds me of the illustrations of people from vintage patterns.
Thank you for sharing! :)

Sabrina said...

Oh my goodness.... Stunning, spectacular, so beautiful, and just simply amazing!!!

barbara macaskill said...

Spectacular!! These tags and card are absolutely magnificent! I absolutely LOVE the colors you used! They are my favorites!! You did an amazing job combining all these elements to make an amazing finished piece!!! I know I would have a mile long smile if I was to receive these tags and card in the mail!! TFS!
Barb in VT

Dee Adams said...

Love your projects and what your doing with the embossing powders. C

Nathalie Kalbach said...

so love the tags using the Fashion Dame- gorgeous idea!!! Also love the music card. Wonderful work Lisa and Kaz!

Viki Banaszak said...

I love your lady pieces. That doesn't sound right. LOL Love the colors and the designs.

Judy said...

Gorgeous tags and love that sweet music card. Loved seeing all the great projects from everyone today on the hop. Judy in Iowa

McStamper said...

Love your tags. The music card is great, too.

Mary Holshouser said...

Love the vintage ladies.
The varied placement on each
makes a completely different
design.
thanks for sharing some
wonderful projects.
Illinois

Diane said...

Very stylish tags and lovin the colours !!

hugs Diane xx ( UK )

Steph Ackerman said...

Great projects (NY)

cghundley said...

Terrific looking
tags and card.
Carla from Utah

Janis said...

Great projects! I esp love the music lines on the card!!!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Rebecca Yahrling said...

Love these artsy tags! Gorgeous color and dimension. And anything to do with music, I love. Cute card.

craftymom205 said...

Great projects. From Alabama

A Pink said...

Great tags and card . Sheffield ( uk)

Denise Bryant said...

Love the tags and card! The zips and mini music are awesome!

Sue D said...

Very fashionable tags and I like the music theme of the card.
Sue in Ohio

Reba said...

Love both projects!! Especially the cool colors!

Helen Gullett said...

Fabulous project!

Helen G.
from Ohio