I am so sorry that I only had a chance to do one post last week. I try very hard to post three times a week, but since we started our new magazine, Bella Crafts Quarterly www.bellacraftsquarterly.com , I have been super busy getting ready for our next issue that will be out December 1st. Be sure to keep an eye out for that and if you can't wait for our Winter Journey issue, we have a special Thanksgiving issue that will have a downloadable Thanksgiving place setting project, along with some Thanksgiving memories from Bella Crafts Creative Team and a sneak peek of our Winter Journey issue!
I hope you enjoyed my first post last week on Bracelets & Boxes because the second part is here! And as I said in last week's post, the stylestones that I used to create these bracelets are no longer available through Clearsnap, but you can purchase a similar product through Stampbord at www.stampbord.com.com that works great for these projects. Try them out, you will be pleased!!!
Don't forget to check back this week for a cool project on Wednesday and for my very special Guest Blogger, Kristi Parker Van Doren, this Friday. The last part of this series will be on next Monday, November 5th. You don't want to miss any of this fabulous stuff!!!
Thank you for joining me. Until next time...
Stampin' Queen Creations
Give The Queen A Call!!!
Supplies For Bracelet
Stretch MagicÔ Jewelry Cord .7mm- 12’ long, two pieces
ClearsnapÒ Style StonesÔ
Assorted beads by Blue Moon BeadsÔ
VersaMagicÔ Chalk inkpads- Perfect Plumeria, Pixie Dust and Tea Leaves
Clear embossing powder
Pearl ExÒ powders- Salmon Pink and Spring Green
Blender pen by DoveÒ
KrylonÒ Crystal Clear Coating
Vase of Flowers- #460H by All Night MediaÒ
1. Using a sponge, cover three style stones with Pixie Dust ink. Stamp floral image with Perfect Plumeria. Cover with embossing powder. Heat with heat tool. Sponge edges with Tea Leaves ink. Color images using Pearl Ex powders and blender pen.
2. Cut jewelry cord into two pieces 12” long. Tie ends together. Thread small pink bead through both pieces of cording and slid to the end of the knot. Separate cording. Thread one green bead, one small pink bead, style stone, small pink bead, green bead.
3. Pull cording together. Lay large pink bead inside gold spacer. Thread pink bead, large pink bead with spacer, pink bead. Separate cording again. Thread one green bead, one small pink bead, style stone, small pink bead, green bead. Repeat one time.
4. Pull cording together and tie ends in a small knot.
Supplies For Box
Altoid tin box
Krylon 18KT Gold Plate Finish spray paint
Krylon Preserve It!
Beacon Adhesives Glass, Metal & More glue
Anna Griffin pattern paper
Versa Magic Chalk inkpad- Perfect Plumeria
Clear embossing powder
White card stock
Pearl Ex Powders- Salmon Pink, Spring Green, Brilliant Yellow, Aqua, Misty Lavender
Dove Blending pen
Mini 3D adhesive dots
Pink tassel trim
Pink rose trim
Key and Heart charms
All Night Media Vase of Flowers #460H
Instructions For Box
Step 1. Spray entire tin box with 18KT Gold Plate Finish spray paint. Let dry. Lay box upside down on pattern paper and trace box lid with pencil. Repeat for inside lid. Lay box bottom side down for inside bottom lid. Cut out papers. Glue papers to inside and outside of tin.
Step 2. Stamp vase of flowers twice on white card stock using Perfect Plumeria pigment inkpad. Sprinkle clear embossing powder over image, remove excess and heat with heat tool. Apply Pearl Ex powders to both images with blender pen. Spray both images with Preserve It!
Step 3. Cut one image out around outside edges (this will now be your bottom piece). Cut second image out in sections (i.e. the vase and some of the flowers- see picture for placement if needed). Apply 3D adhesive dots to the backs of the sections. Adhere sections to your bottom piece.
Step 4. Layer pink tassel trim and pink rose trim and adhere to outside of lid. Adhere doily to lid. Next, adhere completed stamped image, heart & key charms. See picture for placement if needed.