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February 8, 2010

Kitchen Sink Stamps - Altered Jewelry

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday!  Thanks for stopping by, I hope you had a wonderful weekend!  For today's Kitchen Sink Stamps project I created this beautiful Altered Jewelry piece using the Multi Step Pansy.  The inspiration for my piece came from this Multi Step Pansy card I posted last week.

I stamped the Script from Kitchen Sink Stamps 3 Step Letter from the Past in Ranger's Wild Honey Distress Ink on White card stock, then added the flowers and leaves.  Stamping the Pansy as follows: #4 Ruby Red, #3 Tangerine Tango, #3 More Musard #1 So Saffron, adding #5 in Memento Tuxedo on the larger flower.  Then added the leaves in #3 Always Artichoke, #2 Old Olive, #1 Kiwi Kiss.  The stamped panel is adhred in the well of a Pendant from Amate Jewelry.  In the past when altering jewelry I had used Glossy Accents or Glassy Glaze Embossing Powder in my Melt Pot, but while I was at CHA, I came across this wonderful product called Ice Resin.  Ice Resin a non-toxic clear resin that never fades, yellows or chips, although it takes some time to set, I just love the overall finished look on my pieces.

Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps 3 Step Letter from the Past, Multi Step Pansy
Ink - Black Memento, Ranger Wild Honey Distress Ink, Stampin' Up! Old Olive, Kiwi Kiss, Artichoke, Ruby Red, Tangerine Tango, More Mustard, So Saffron
Card Stock - White
Other - Amate Jewelry Pendant, Ice Resin

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Unknown said...

Just gorgeous, Lisa!! The pansies colors are so pretty -- I will definitely try the color recipe! TFS~

Gerrie Johnnic said...

This is so beautiful, I'm sure you'll wear it proudly! The clarity is FAB.

Unknown said...

Beautiful pendant! These are so much fun to make and yours came out great! :)

Connie M. said...

Oh this is just sooo beautiful, Lisa! I LOVE this! I think I may need to try and make a few of these for some friends!

Lynn McAuley said...

Love this gorgeous pendant, Lisa! That Ice Resin sounds like amazing stuff. It certainly looks stunning on your beautiful pansies!!

Liz Williams said...

I love this Lisa, and thanks for the links for the supplies. I've been doing domino necklaces lately, but I'm so glad you shared these finds with us.

Basement Stamper said...

Lisa, your jewelry piece turned out fabulous, it looks gorgeous!!! I'd start making some for Christmas now :-)

Anonymous said...

So pretty, Lisa! You have a gift for jewelry!

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