Stampendous + Indus Trading = Awesome


Hello! Sorry for the extended blog break--I blame the turkey. 

I have another Stampendous project for you today. And I'm almost embarrassed about how easy these were to make. I literally covered the bangle and beads with Boss Gloss and sprinkled on Aged Ivory Embossing Enamel. I did 3 layers of the ivory, which has a bit of gold in it. Then I over-heated it, which made the embossing enamel FOAM. Which created this amazing texture. Finally, I added 2 coats of thick clear embossing powder. 

Eventually the beads with be earrings, but my jewelry guy (aka my husband) was busy. 

Please visit Stampendous Impressions and my teammates Melinda Gleissner and Wendy Price for some more amazing inspiration from Stampendous and DIY Bangles from Indus Trading! 



14 comments:

Lillian Child said...

I simply LOVE this look. And it would go so well with so many outfits. Fabulous!

kathi17 said...

These look like so much fun, and they would be perfect for dressing up during the holidays. Yours are beautiful!

wendyp said...

Absolutely beautiful! LOVE playing with this technique and the fun thing is the different enamels react differently and you get some surprise colors sometimes in the end!

Lea said...

Aren't these fun to play with!? Yours came out very cool, can't wait to see the earrings when your jewelry guy has time! LOL! Very pretty and just in time for the holiday parties!

Linda said...

Very cool :)

Kailash said...

Amazing texture and the white would be perfect for any occasion!!!

Shelly said...

Wow...This is very cool!! :)

Sue D said...

Wow--love the texture!

Barb Turpin said...

Love that texture and the specs of gold! Lovely job!

joy said...

Fabulous and unique finished product using this technique, Mary Dawn! And, could I please borrow your husband/jewelry guy for awhile???

Barb said...

I love this enamel look! Thanks for the inspiration :)

Kim H said...

wow what a great look, wonderful tip on the overheating ads alot of texture. thanks for sharing.

Melinda Gleissner said...

This is such a great look and so easy too. Love your set.

Carol said...

Cool technique, looks like real stone!

Carol B
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