Friday, September 18, 2015

Stampendous-Tombow Hop Time!


Welcome to the first day of the Stampendous and Tombow Blog Hop!!  The Stampendous Design Team was sent a bunch of goodies to play with, and today I'm using their new Recycled Color Pencils to color my project.  I used the Mixed Media White Paper from Stampendous, layered my colors of colored pencil and blended with a blender pencil.  The colors blended wonderfully and are nice and vibrant.  You can win a set of your own, read on and good luck!!
There will be 2 prize packages that include:
  • Tombow Recycled Color Pencils 24 pack tin
  • A roll of Tombow Foam Tape
  • A Jumbo Perfectly Clear Handle
  • Your choice from Stampendous Create Fall, Create Christmas, Create Winter or Create a Poinsettia Cling Stamp set and Matching Dies
To win:
  • Have a US Mailing Address
  • “Like” TombowUSA on Facebook and Stampendous on Facebook
  • Follow @tombowusa and @stampendous on Instagram
  • Follow @tombowusa and @Stampendous
  • Follow Tombow USA and Stampendous on Pinterest
  • And comment on all the blog posts from both teams all week. Including our pre-game posts Mon-Thurs and our Weekend hop Fri-Sun.
  • We’ll give you until Tuesday, September 22 to get all those great comments in, then we’ll choose 2 winners on Sept 23rd.
Now here is my card:


1.  Stamp large pumpkin and hat from Create Fall set on Mixed Media White Paper and color withk Recycled Color Pencils from Tombow.  Use the matching dies from Create Fall Die set.
DCS5078_Create_Fall_Die_SetCling Create Fall Set
2.  Apply Quickie Glue to the hat trim and the eyes.  Sprinkle the hat trim with Crystal Micro Glitter and the eyes with Sunflower Micro Glitter.  Set aside.
3.   Cut burlap paper into a flag shape.  Lay Graduated Dot stencil on top of the burlap, I sprayed it with a mix I made using a little spoonful of DecoArt Metallic Luster Black Shimmer in a spray bottle of water.  You need to shake it real well to get it to dissolve, keep adding the Metallic Lustre until you get the color desired.  Good new is I haven't had any clogging of the spray bottle!
4.   Layer onto a slightly larger black flag and glue on the pumpkin and hat.
5.  Paste emboss Dreamweaver Stencils Spider Web with Dreamweaver Stencils Glossy Black Embossing Paste.
6.  Punch holes in the top of the flag, add ribbon, pop up on card and add a brad at the top of the ribbon so it looks like the flag is hanging.  Glue a little plastic spider on top of the brad.
7.  Stamp sentiment from Tricky Words Perfectly Clear Set on white cardstock with black in, cut into a flag shape, add a purple brad to the left and pop up with foam squares.

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25 comments:

Lyn Bernatovich said...

Adorable card Jamie! Love the colors, spider web, burlap banner and coloring!

Lea said...

Very cool, Jamie! It's like a two for one, you get a card and a banner! I love the concept! The spider web background looks super cool but the star of the show is that adorable jack-o-lantern! Nicely done!

jcobb said...

Love the burlap banner! Great card!

Kristine Reynolds said...

Fabulous! Love your ooloring!

Sabrina said...

Love the textures on your Halloween card!!!

Cynthia Daugherty said...

I think the burlap paper was a good choice for your fall card.

Mary Holshouser said...

that pumpkin just makes you feel happy.
Great card.
Love the spider web in the background.
thanks for sharing.
Illinois

barbara macaskill said...

What a cute card!! So fun! I think my grandkids would love a card like this!! TFS! Barb in VT

Laura Weed said...

OMIGOSH, Jamie!! This is like the CUTEST card!! LOVE how you've used the burlap for some great texture and the glossy black paste is GORGEOUS!! OHHHH!! He is just adorable!

Stampendous said...

What an incredibly adorable card! Love that looming spiderweb with an unsuspecting jack o lantern. He looks like he's have the laugh of a lifetime! Such a great card, thank you for playing along in the hop this weekend!

BurningRubber said...

This is so cute! I love the burlap you added. It really is so great for fall designs. Greetings from Kansas, USA

Dorina D said...

Very Cute card . Love the different textures. Great work

Denise Sullivan said...

Jamie, Im a California girl too but Im been in Oregon so long my feet are webbed! Your card/tag is amazing. I love that you took the time to stamp and emboss and stray and glitter on all of it. The best part is that you made it look so easy. Thanks for sharing!

Shari said...

Ooh! so nice. I love the use of the burlap, and the spiderweb on the background. Thank you for sharing.

Christina Furner-Webber said...

I love your card! How fun! I sure wish I had your talent! TYFS!

D.Ann C said...

Nifty spotted burlap! Florida

Judy said...

I love these blog hops as everyone has such unique ideas on using the products. Your card is adorable. Thanks for sharing how you put it together.

Jean Bullock said...
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LaChelle Shown said...

What a delight he is! Love the texture of the burlap and the spider web.

Jean Bullock said...

USA Darling scene. This is one of the few times I liked seeing burlap on a card. Well done.

Sue D said...

Spooky and fun colors.
Sue in Ohio

Kris B said...

Fun Halloween card! Love the spiderweb background and the burlap banner! Great coloring!

Mary Dredge said...

The banner idea is great. Cute Pumpkin.

Jean said...

USa! So cute!

TracyM #6773 said...

BOO-tiful card Jamie :)
LOVE your colouring and SPOOKY layers!!!
Tracy from Victoria, Australia