Thursday, January 7, 2016

Amplify Your Work With Imagine Crafts! A Dimensional Dreamweaver Butterfly Card

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Welcome to a really fun, and full week at Stampendous!  This week, we are featuring an Imagine Crafts blog hop AND our new CHA catalog images.  

OF COURSE, we have prizes......

Three lucky commenters will receive a prize package that includes:
  • 1 Radiant Neon Ink Pad and Ink Refill
  • 1 Color Fragments Jar
  • a Creative Palette Rectangles Set
See Official Contest Rules for details.


The image I chose is not from the new catalog, but I will feature one from that tomorrow.....

Materials:
Emerald Pearl Embossing Powder
Detail Black Embossing Powder
Tiger Lily Pearl Glitter
Versamarker
Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
Core'dinations Card Stock
Medium Glue Dots
Amplify in Purple and Black
White Glue
Scotch by 3M 1/2" Adhesive
May Arts Ric Rack
Removable Tape
Buttons by Buttons Galore
Embossing Heat Gun
Paper Trimmer

Instructions:

  1. Cut the base card stock 8 1/2" by 5 1/2" and fold on the side.
  2. Tape the Three Butterflies Stencil over brown card stock with removable tape.  Use a tape strip all the way across the top of the stencil that will act as a hinge later.  Then tape both of the sides and bottom.
  3. Use the palette knife to remove the Regular Embossing Paste from the container and place on the paste spreader.  Place a strip of paste on the spreader that is as wide as the butterflies image.
  4. Set the paste spreader on the stop of the stencil and pull it towards you, maintaining contact with the stencil, and filling in all the wells.
  5. Carefully remove the tape from the bottom and sides of the stencil.
  6. Using the top tape as a hinge, lift the bottom of the butterflies stencil carefully up and then away from the project.  Let dry completely.
  7. Use the Versamarker on the leaves and pour on the Emerald Embossing Powder, heating it to create a smooth shiny look.
  8. Use the Versamarker on the edges of the butterflies and apply Detail Black Embossing Powder.  Heat it with your embossing gun.
  9. Use the white glue on the butterflies to apply the Tiger Lily Glitter.
  10. Squeeze the black Amplify onto the center of the butterflies to create the bodies, and the purple Amplify on the flowers.
  11. Heat the Amplify with the embossing heat gun until it puffs up.
  12. Assemble the card, including the ric rack.
  13. Attach the buttons onto the card with the Glue Dots.
We have a lot going on this week.  I have included all of the other posts in my list for today.  Some are Dreamweaver, some feature Imagine Crafts and others are new products (which I will feature tomorrow.  Check them out, and don't forget to comment for your chance to win those prizes!


17 comments:

  1. Love how you created the butterflies.

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  2. Absolutely breath taking! My heart is going BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!! LOVELOVELOVE this gorgeous creation!! TFS!

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  3. The Amplify and the gorgeous colors make this design jump right off the page!!! Fabulous work!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  4. the flowers and butterflies look like they are made of velvet.
    the colors are bright and vivid.
    Beautiful.
    thanks for sharing
    Illinois

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  5. Must have this ink.. this is SO awesome!! Thanks so much for sharing. πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

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  6. These new colors are really eye popping for sure, and that's a good thing. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. How lovely your card
    is, great colors.
    Carla from Utah

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  8. How lovely your card
    is, great colors.
    Carla from Utah

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  9. Very pretty card!!! love the butterflies!!!

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  10. This is fabulous!!! LOVE the soft 3d of Amplify!

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  11. This is such a stunning card! It looks like a beautiful crewel embroidered pillow!

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  12. Wow this is so kewl love those butterflies

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  13. Glorious colors and textures!

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  14. Gorgeous...it looks like it would be soft and velvet like to the touch!

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  15. Your project with my favorite Dreamweaver Stencil is awesome.

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