Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Glittered Roses!

 My new glittered rose cuff is a showstopper!
 This is day three of my week of posts dedicated to Stampendous! products and our collaboration with Jewelry Resin!
 The Stampendous design team all received Jewelry Resin and a number of other goodies to work with.
 To make my roses I used this baking pan.  It was originally created to make rose cupcakes.....but I use it in my jewelry studio instead!  Step One:  Make a batch of Jewelry resin and pour it into the rose mold to about 1/8 of an inch.  I do this so the the rose has a clear top when it comes out of the mold.  Remember, you are working upside down when you work in a mold...the bottom becomes the top.  I let the resin cure overnight.
 Step Two.  The next day I just added a generous portion of my Stampendous! glitters to the molds.
 No glue is needed in this case.  I then poured a good layer of Jewelry resin over the top of these glitter piles!  Now I leave the mold to cure for the full 48 hours recommended.
 The roses popped out easily.  I used a nail file to sand away any edges I did not need.
 Glitter Roses!  So easy to make and they sure look fabulous on my cuff!

To get links to the Stampendous products I am using you can see everything on Sunday's blog post.

NATURALLY there are Prizes!!
Carmi has 3 prize packages that can be won 
by our fans in Canada where she lives.  In order to make this selection easier she will have
one blog post this Friday inviting Canadians 
to leave a comment to win.

Stampendous has 3 prize packages for our friends with US mailing addresses.
We'll draw one winner from the weekly comments on our blog.
We'll draw one winner from the comments on Saturday's Big Blog Hop
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24 comments:

  1. This is fabulous. I love all of the sparkle the roses give your cuff.

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  2. That is pretty cool! I love that you can use regular baking molds....the possibilities are endless!

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  3. Yes! That is a showstopper cuff! Never been a cuff/bracelet fan. But I'd wear that!

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  4. Oh my goodness!! Carmi this is fantastic! And I can sure see these roses on a scrapbook page, framed photo, book cover, so many projects! What a terrific idea! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  5. Wow...these are spectacular. Being a girl who loves bling...these are just what I need. Great job!

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  6. Love those sparkly roses. Glad I came over from Steph's blog.

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  7. Love the roses. I need to get some of those molds & resin so I can try this out!

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  8. fabulous! Love seeing how you use the resin differently and this is just beautiful!

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  9. OMG, glittered roses certainly are a show stopper. I guess i will have to look you up at the next one of a kind show!!! lovely work.

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  10. These glittered roses are beautiful. I can just image they are a show stopper. Thanks for tutorial on how to make them. TFS.

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  11. Cool technique, thanks for the inspiration!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  12. Very pretty glitter roses!
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  13. What a fun and unique idea! I can think of so many things to use those for...much of which isn't jewelry ;)

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  14. How cute. Love the use of the cupcake pan. That really opens up options for design!

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  15. This certainly is a showstopper. I love the tutorials you give! TFS, Mary M

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  16. Roses have a special meaning for me so these are cool!

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  17. This is just so lush the whole idea of using stuff I have at home love it :)

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  18. Samantha, Very, very pretty, would love to make these.

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  19. The mold you use are super cool I want to try it out!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  20. So cool! I've always wanted to play with resin. Hope I win. Thanks for the inspiration.

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