Saturday, May 3, 2014

Blog Hop with ICE Resin, Stampendous, and StazOn

I am so excited to be a part of this fun group!! ICE Resin® , Stampendous, and StazOn have brought you some amazing projects!! Here is a project I created using all three!! This wonderful dream catcher was created by using The Stampendous stamps on vintage book paper. I stamped the images with StazOn and then covered the paper in ICE Resin. Making these small little trinkets.


 I also created the center piece in the middle of the doily by pouring Resin onto one of my Stampendous background stamps. Once the resin cured I was able to cut and shape it. Here is the video showing how you can pour your own custom pieces.

                    

To finish off the Dream catcher I used lace and other trims to over an embroidery hoop and trail off the bottom of the hoop. I stitched a doily in the center of the hoop and attached my resin center. I hung my resin paper feathers and trinkets off the hoop.


I hope you enjoy this project and short tutorial. Make sure to check out the rest of the hop. 

Hugs and Happy Creating

Jamie D

Stampendous

Asia King - http://underacreativespell.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/totally-media-mixed-stampendous-and-ice.html

Debbie Cole - http://debbiecole.com/stampendous-ice-resin-blog-hop_-vintage-dress-form-heart-necklace/

ICE Resin

Jamie Dougherty - http://jamiedoughertydesigns.blogspot.com/2014/04/ICEresinHop.html

Imagine Crafts

Maureen Cronin http://cronincompanystore.com/blog/?p=2389



34 comments:

  1. Love the way you have stamped and iced the embellishments. Please do not enter this comment in the prize draw

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  2. Such a neat project, very cool looking!!!

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  3. Great project...thanks for the tutorial. I love you work!

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  4. Very creative project using these supplies! I like how you used vintage book paper.
    Sue in Ohio

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  5. What a great dreamcatcher!! Definitely want to try something like this. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. I am so glad to learn you can use the ICE resin on book pages. What a great idea! Now I'm going to watch your video.

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  7. That's for the video. I love to learn new things. I also love mixed media! Your dream catcher is the bomb! I have used ice resin twice once in a class and once on my own. I have made ornaments and jewelry with it. I have never used it with rubber stamps. Thanks for the tips. It is easy to work with!

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  8. What a fun dream catcher ~ I LOVE the feathers...very pretty. That's awesome that you can use the ice resin on stamps! Opens up a whole new avenue for using the IR. TFS!

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  9. That is definitely different, I do like the lace doily? in place of the traditional sinew webbing of a dream catcher and the "feathers" made with the resin paper.

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  10. I am in love with your lovely dreamcatcher!!! Thank you for the tutorial!!

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  11. I am on love with this dreamcatcher!! Absolutely incredible! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  12. Not sure why my comments are not posting but I love this dreamcatcher! Thanks for the tutorial!!

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  13. Jamie, this was a great video I loved learning about the Ice Resin that you and Debbie Cole are using in your beautiful work. I enjoy seeing a video on using a product I know nothing about. I am sending bloggers love to a friends of ours on Creative Innovations...<3

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  14. Learning a lot about resin uses! I will try making an item by pouring resin on a stamp. Great!

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  15. Thank you for sharing your idea. I would never have thought of using the ice resin on stamps like this. Very cool.

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  16. Love how you make your own bezels out of wire and fill them with the ice resin. Cool!

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  17. Your project is so unique. Thanks for sharing with us your idea on using the ice resin.

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  18. Jamie, I love your dream catcher. How original and gorgeous, too. Love the videos, too! They are so helpful. I sometimes get lost when having to read all the instructions. You are truly gifted, in all you do. So glad you're on the Ice Resin Team. TFS!

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  19. A new way to think about using ice resin.

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  20. I can't tell you how much I adore this! Awesome!

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  21. Great range of textural elements!

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  22. Thanks for the tutorial on how to use the ice resin. Your dream catcher is beautiful!

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  23. THUDDD!!! Oh my stars, this dream catcher is a dream come true!!! I am head over heels in love with it and with your incredible style and skill! I'm new here and just read your profile and perused a bit--yeah, I'm pretty much going to be a lifer here!!! Your work is spectacular and ultra inspiring!!! Thankyou for the video tutorial and for sharing your amazing talent with the world!! I mean that. It is a true gift in my opinion and I'm thankful that you are able and willing to enrich others by sharing it. Thanks also for being a part of this wonderful blog hop event--for without that, I may never have found you....perish the thought!!! :) Hugs and have a fantastic weekend!!

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  24. Stephanie ThompsonMay 3, 2014 at 10:20 PM

    Great tutorial Jamie!! Love the dreamcatcher, your use of Iced Resin no it is beautiful!!

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  25. Very cool. Thank you for the tut.

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  26. Wonderful. Love you project and video. TFS.

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  27. Very talented. Unique style.

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  28. Very cool! I loved your idea in the video and how you showed us how to use it. Beautiful dream catcher! Love all of the lace. Thank you for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  29. Love the dreamcatcher. thanks for sharing a beautiful project.

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  30. Love your dream catcher and the ideas for the feathers and other embellishments. Thank you for sharing.

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  31. Beautiful work and thanks for the video. Here to only good dreams.

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