Thursday, July 24, 2014

Ann Butler Designs & Cool2Cast Blog Hop

Blog Hop Banner Cool2Cast Ann Butler Designs 2014 -


Hi Everyone,

I am so excited today to be part of this fabulous new blog hop!  The products that we will be showcasing today are created by two of my favorite people, Tiffany Windsor from Cool2Craft and my business partner, Ann Butler from Ann Butler Designs.  

There are 13 very talented designers participating in this hop to show you 13 different creative ideas for Tiffany's new Cool2Cast casting medium and Ann's line of stamps, inkpads and iridescent paints.  So, grab yourself your favorite drink and hop on through for a whole lot of creative fun!


A Little Bit of Sunshine
© Lisa Rojas, Stampin’ Queen Creations
Materials

Cardstock- Aqua & White
Mulberry Paper- Aqua
Cardboard
Crystal Stickers
Clear Spray Sealer
Paintbrush
Heat Tool

Instructions

 Using limelight inkpad, stamp image around
white cardstock.

 Repeat stamped image over limelight
with aquamarine inkpad, moving the
stamp to create the two-tone effect.

Dry the ink with the heat tool.

 Cut stamped image out with a ruler
and exacto knife.

 Adhere papers together with the 
Zip Dry glue.

Apply the crystal stickers. Mix and pour
the casting medium into the mold following
the manufacturer's instructions. Once piece
is dry, paint with iridescent paints. Let dry.
Spray with clear sealer. Let dry.

 Adhere the finished cast piece and the
flowers with Zip Dry glue. 

© Lisa Rojas, Stampin’ Queen Creations



blog hop Giveaway AnnButler Cool2Cast

Tiffany has put together an awesome prize package of Cool2Cast items….to enter simply leave a comment here.  For more chances to win and to see other great projects using Cool2Cast and Ann Butler Designs products check out the rest of the blog hop below and leave a comment for each of them.
Deadline for entering the giveaway is August 8th, 2014 at 11:59 pm.
Don't forget to stop at the following blogs for more wonderful inspiration!!!

22 comments:

Lynda Dexter Interlaced said...

What a fun whimsical project. I love how much you can do with these products. Hugz~Lynda

Steph said...

This is awesome.

Laurie said...

Wow! This is incredible. The sun mold turned out so striking and beautiful. I love it! I have just heard about Cool2Cast and Ann Butler's products. I can't believe I have not know about them before - where have I been? Thank you so much for the inspiration!

Muffins and Lace said...

OMG!! AMAZING!! Love the colors. And the sun is perfect.

Paprluvr said...

Very pretty card! TFS Tere

Beth said...

Love the colors, Lisa - bright and sunny just like you!

Tiffany Windsor said...

Love your project Lisa! This Cool2Cast sun is one of my favorites and this project definitely brightens my day! I'm so very honored to have you work with Cool2Cast!

Debbie Borthwick said...

I really like how your project turned out! The colours are so lovely and the molded pieces are cute! Debbie :)

Cindy Dahlgren said...

Wonderful project! You put a lot of work into it, and I love it. Thanks for the great tutorial too. cdahlgren at live dot com.

Vishu said...

What a great project love how you created the background.

Cherished said...

Stunning project.

Teresa said...

nice job

Ava Gavloski said...

Lisa well designed and great presentation of products

Roberta Birnbaum Cohen said...

Beautiful, Lisa! The colours are gorgeous!

Jeanie Gregory said...

Very cute project! Thank you

Suzanne O'Mullan said...

Your sun is beautiful! I love the colors you used! You made it sound so easy - but believe me, if I would try this - you wouldn't even recognize it as it would be a bit of a mess!!!! This is so pretty!!!!

wwilloww said...

I love your project. I especially love what you did with the rail stamp and two different ink colors and of course, your sun is wonderful.

thescrapbookguru said...

Wow, this is stunning!

Maria Soto said...

such a pretty project, just loving all the beautiful colors

Sue Kranick said...

Love, love, love the sun...;)

Ruby N said...

cute :)

Graciellie Ch said...

What a great project Lisa!!! Love it!