Saturday, December 13, 2014

Ann Butler Designs & ETI Blog Hop

Hi Everyone!

Welcome to the Ann Butler Designs/ETI Blog Hop! Please visit each blog and leave a comment to be entered for the blog candy. YES, a comment on EACH blog gets you an entry for the BLOG CANDY shown below! Share the fun with your friends! We will Pick the winner on Saturday the 20th and announced on the Ann Butler Blog and ETI blog! Again, make sure and visit all the links and leave a comment. 
Happy Hopping!
Stampin' Queen Creations

Here is my project for the hop.
© Lisa Rojas, Stampin’ Queen Creations

Ann Butler's EZ-De's 1" Stamp Set- Rail Fence
Heart to Heart Stamp Set by Hot Off The Press
EnviroTex® Jewelry Resin
Ann Butler's Crafter's™  Ink by Clearsnap®- Limelight, Aquamarine
Cardstock- Aqua, Vanilla
Pattern Paper
Various Fibers
Metal Jewelry Frame
Metal Key
Metal Alphabet Charms
Key Ring
Zip Dry Paper Glueby Beacon Adhesives®

Westcott ® Personal Paper Cutter
Heat Tool
Round Nose Pliers 


1.  For the card base, cut aqua cardstock  5 3/4"W x 11 1/4"H.  Score at 4" and 9".  Cut pattern paper 5 1/2"W x 3 3/4"H and adhere to bottom potion of the card base.  Cut another piece of pattern paper 5 1/2"W x 2"H and adhere to the top of the card base.

2.  Cut vanilla cardstock 5"W x 1 1/4"H.  Using the limelight inkpad, stamp the cardstock with striped stamp.  Cut vanilla cardstock 2"W x 1 1/4"H.  Stamp the word image with the limelight inkpad.  Cut 3 pieces of the vanilla cardstock 1 1/4"W x 1 1/4"H.  Stamp the images with the aquamarine inkpad.  Ink the edges of all of the cardstock papers.

3.  Cut a piece of aqua cardstock 1/4" larger than each of the stamped images.  Adhere the aqua cardstock to the stamped images with Zip Dry glue.  Next, adhere all of the stamped images to the card base.  Note: See picture for placement.

For the Key Ring

1.  Cut the pattern paper and cardboard 3/4"W x 2 3/4"H and adhere together with Zip Dry glue.  Place the papers into the metal frame.  Adhere the metal charms to the papers with glue.

2.  Following the manufacturer's instructions for mixing the resin together.  Once the resin is mixed together, pour the resin into the jewelry frame until it's full.  Let the resin dry completely for a hard cure 48 hours.  For more information on EnviroTex® Jewelry Resin and other products, please visit their website at

© Lisa Rojas, Stampin’ Queen Creations

© Lisa Rojas, Stampin’ Queen Creations

Please visit these blogs for the hop!

      Lisa Rojas  (You are Here)
Vishu Reberholt

This is the fabulous prize package!

The giveaway includes:


Jewelry Resin


Resin Spray

2 colors

All 4 of the 1" Faux Quilting Stamp Sets


Ann Butler said...

Lisa thank you for being part of the hop I love how you created the card for the key chain....

West Pine Creations said...

Awesome idea, I need to get to work!

sue k said...

Beautiful and creative.


Cindi Bisson said...

Neat idea for the key chain! :0)

Vishu said...

What a great project and so creative

mckcampbell said...

I would have never thought to use it with a card. What a great idea.

mckcampbell said...

wow what a great idea. Would have never thought to use it with a card.

Beth said...

Cool idea, Lisa!!

Steph Ackerman said...

Love this - need to try this.

Dana Joy said...

This is so creative Lisa. Love it.

Roberta Birnbaum Cohen said...

Great key chain! It's so pretty, Lisa.

Muffins and Lace said...

You are amazing!! I love this idea. :)

brigitte thompson said...

these blog hops are great as this is a project I would not have thought of on my own... thank you.

Linda Lofton said...

Beautiful project. I like the embellishments.