Stampendous and Add a Little Dazzle Blog Hop Day #3

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Another fabulous day teaming up with Stampendous. This company has an amazing line of stamps and dies that are so much fun to play with.  Join us this week with our Home for the Holidays Series as we showcase projects using products from their new holiday catalog accompanied with Add a Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets. Both teams have created some amazing projects and we can’t wait to share them with you. We even have lots of prizes to give away!


We are so excited about the  Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous Blog Hop!  We have an amazing line up of holiday inspiration and can’t wait to share it with you.  Whether you are looking for card ideas ideas, home decor ideas, or gift ideas, you will find a great assortment of projects that will inspire your creativity. 

Normally, this is our weekly challenge day and so to keep with tradition we are doing the Stampendous Blog Hop and Dazzling Diva Challenge #43.  Join us today, be inspired, and show off your beautiful creations this week. Let’s get started!



Both the Add a Little Dazzle and Stampendous Design Team will share some amazing projects with you. In addition, we will be giving away lots and lots of prizes from both companies.  Make sure to get the full scoop on how you can enter and join in on the fun.



My project features the Christmas Cottage rubber stamp from Stampendous and I've used an Add a Little Dazzle craft metal sheet to create a panel for my gift bag.   The Scarlet Red craft metal sheet was stamped in StazOn with the Stampendous image.  Once that was completely dry, I used my refiner from the Add a Little Dazzle Embossing Tool Kit to outline all the leaves, berries and pinecones.  Next, I flipped the craft metal sheet over onto my suede and used a combination of the tools from the kit to "puff up" the leaves, berries and pinecones from the backside of the metal.  I then added some of the backing paste (yes, that's in the tool kit too) to both areas.  This ensure that your "puffed up" areas of metal stay just that way!  I rounded the corners with my Corner Chomper and then added three shades of Stickles to the "puffed up" area.

The panel was adhered to my burlap bag with a Scor-Pal double-sided adhesive sheet.  A couple of buttons with some twine finished off the bag.

Here's what I used:
Ink:  StazOn Black
Stamps:  Stampendous Christmas Cottage
All the other stuff:  Add a Little Dazzle Scarlet Red craft metal sheet, burlap bag, Add a Little Dazzle Embossing Tool Kit, Corner Chomper, Scor-Pal double-sided adhesive sheet, MFT buttons, misc. twine, Peeled Paint Distress Stickles, Cinnamon Stickles and Xmas Red Stickles


Prize Alert! 

Enter for a Chance to Win a Prize Pack!  Be sure to stop by and comment on each of the Design Team Blogs for a chance to win 1 of 6 prize packs from both companies! You have until Sunday, September, 21st to enter. The winners will be announced on both company blogs the following week.  You must leave a comment on all blogs.
Our teams have created some fabulous projects for you to enjoy so please grab your favorite beverage or snack and cozy up for a great blog hop—here we go!  Just follow the blog hop below by clicking on each image.  
 

stampendous pack

Stampendous and Add a Little Dazzle Blog Hop Special!

During this week’s blog hop, we are offering a special pack of Add a Little DazzleCraft Metal Sheets This pack includes metal sheet colors that the Dazzling Diva Design Team will be using in their projects throughout the week. In addition, you will receive one pack of 25 pillow boxes in either large gift size or party favor size.  
Order your Stampendous Blog Hop Pack today and receive EXCLUSIVE PDF TUTORIALS using Stampendous Products and Add a Little Dazzle Craft Metal Sheets. This offer is ONLY available this week.  Order your Stampendous Blog Hop Pack today!
Back soon with more my sweet friends...

 


30 comments

  1. A great use of metal sheet and stamped is so beautiful! Love this burlap gift bag!

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  2. STUNNING! I love how much texture you have on this piece!!! TFS!

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  3. Would be a great gift- love how you've 'puffed' the metal up and added the extra colour too. Just shows what you can do with those sheets! gorgeous!! x

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  4. Beautiful gift bag, I love the way the metal takes to stamping. Your shaping of the pinecones, leaves and berries is very creative.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  5. LOVE what you did with the metal -- looks fabulous!!

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  6. Super cute bag
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  7. Love this Lee Anne your so creative :)
    Kate xx

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  8. That is so pretty! I thought it was hand embroidered at first.

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  9. What a pretty way to jazz up a burlap bag. The buttons are a nice touch.

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  10. Beautiful. I love the sheet of red as the background. The stamp is so pretty and the added embellishments really set it off. Love the use of the burlap as the background.
    thanks for sharing a wonderful project.

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  11. Very pretty bag, would make a great gift for Christmas with a little something inside.

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  12. What a sweet little bag! It would make GREAT packaging for any holiday item! :)

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  13. Wonderful bag! Great
    how these metal sheets
    can be used.
    Carla from Utah

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  14. Wow this is so pretty! the bold red beautifully pops over burlap :)

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  15. Beautiful Christmas work! Congratulations and thanks for sharing...

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  16. a cute little gift bag for a cute little gift!

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  17. Love what you did with the bag and metal Lee-Anne. I would have never thought of this. Thanks for being a dazzling diva you are an asset to the team.

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  18. I love the stamp and it looks great on that beautiful red sheet.

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  19. Lovely gift bag! Very creative idea!

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  20. The tool kit sounds really great. I like the colored detail on the leaves and berries.

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  21. I enjoy hand detailing metal and your project is the perfect example of why I do. You can select portions of your stamp to highlight. Just lovely!

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  22. Cute little bag...yes, that is a beautiful stamp and it works perfectly on the metal and the bag.

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  23. Love all the different textures and it would be a great gift.

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  24. What a special bag! Wonderful work!

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  25. Gorgeous gift bag Lee-Anne. LOVE it stamped on the red metal ... and love the way you've shaped the pine cone and leaves, adding lots of dimension. The stickles are the icing on the cake --- so festive and pretty. Loll xx

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  26. Such fabulous ideas, thanks for sharing your talent for design!


    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. Love that brilliant red panel against your burlap bag!! Wonderful project!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  28. Love the red color of the metal against the burlap!! Gorgeous!!

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