Monday, June 3, 2013

Stampendous Thank You


 I have one last Stampendous project to show you that I completed over the weekend.
 This Stampendous glitter filled pendant was a piece I wanted to attach to a very special chain.
 You might of seen it on day one of my blog hop postings.
To make it I used
FRAN-TAGE glass glitter from Stampendous
and Jewelry Resin.
I really would like to extend my thanks to Stampendous and their amazing Design team for a wonderful blog hop!  So many great ideas were showcased that I hope you get to see my links on each of the four posts I made last week.
I also want to really send a hello to the Stampendous family of blog readers.  You leave the most wonderful comments! 




My Stampendous Projects

Jewelry Resin and Stampendous Glass Glitter Posted Here.
  
Jewelry Clay Rubber Stamped Bezels PostedHere.

Jewelry Clay and Stampendous MonogramButtons Posted Here.

Stampendous Glitter and Mica Flakes Tags with Jewelry Resin Posted Here.

These posts were designed, photographed and written by me.
They appeared on Resin Crafts Blog.

6 comments:

West Pine Creations said...

Just gorgeous!! I love the little "antique mirror" necklace.

TesoriTrovati said...

Wow. That reminds me of the outstanding jewelry worn by Charlize Theron as the evil stepmother in Snow White (the only reason to watch the show was for the costuming and her jewelry especially). Like a portable Mirror, Mirror. Wonderful what resin does to magnify that glitter! I will be on the lookout for that stuff! It has been fun to follow along with you. Enjoy the day. Erin

Renee M said...

Such a beautiful necklace! Thanks for sharing.

NicoleB said...

you have such a nice eye for colors, it always impresses me with what you come up with!

Kristine Reynolds said...

Beautiful necklace! It was a blast to hop with you. Looking forward to the next hop!

StampendousGraphics said...

Thanks so much, Carmi for your fun participation and always breathtaking projects! We feel so honored to play with you, and every time we do, we all learn so much! What an incredible piece this is, a beautiful job as always!