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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Stampendous and May Arts are Showing Off


...and so am I with this "Spook" card I made using Stampendous.  I love it when our companies get together to play.  You can have some fun too by commenting on todays players for your chance to win goodies.  Make sure you actually "look" at the beautiful stuff we have all created, as you don't want to miss anything.

For my card I used Halloween Magic image and colored her up with my Copics.  I added some shimmer and spook using  purple fragments and Lavender Glass Glitter.  Click on the image for a closer look.  I took this fabulous ribbon and heated it up using a heat gun to make it curl up and then applied it to the card.  Oh...SO Much Fun!!!

Team Players:

Me of course, and...
Stampendous Impressions Blog (you are here)
Janelle Stollfus
Stephanie Lee
Taylor Usry
Suzz
May Arts Blog


Wanna win some ribbon and stamps? Visit all the blogs above and leave insightful comments (the kind that let us know you really looked at the project). We'll choose a random blogger each day to pick a random winner!

23 comments:

Melinda Gleissner said...

Wow, another amazing Jenn Dove card! I love the curled ribbon with the fragments and glass glitter. So Cool, Jenn.

Jingle said...

Super pretty! I love the glass glitter!

Dawn Louise said...

Wow a striking card, I love it all, especially how you've heated the ribbon and arranged it really magic and sparkle. perfect x

Martha said...

What a great idea with the ribbon. I must try this technique. The card is wonderful love the glitter glass. GREAT job!

Miriam Prantner said...

What a great combination! Fantastic coloring, great glitter and that ribbon all crinkled up with the accent in the center is perfect!

Kailash said...

Gorgeous card and your coloring is so beautiful. Love the idea of heating and curling the ribbon!!

jengd said...

Wonderful card. Love your colors and that utterly lush ribbon- looks great "heat-scrunched"!

Carol said...

Fabulous project and lovely ribbon!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Barbara said...

I love the colors...so halloweenish..and curlng the ribbon is a great idea!

Gita said...

The 2 different purple glitter is great and I love that ribbon with the black/white stripe down the center!!!

Sue D said...

Fabulous card--i like your coloring, use of fragments and glitter and how you heated up the ribbon.

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful coloring of that Halloween Magic image! Love the ribbon you chose to complement the card!
DeniseB

Stampendous said...

Fantastic coloring as usual, and a lovely card as well. You always do such a wonderful job with our products. So glad we get to stamp with you on our team!

Ginny said...

Such a cute card. I really like the ribbon treatment.

Sherry Butcher said...

That neat trick of heating the ribbon gives this card a special style. TFS.

craftymom205 said...

Love the card.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

SmokieBlueRose said...

I love this stamp!!! It is the best Halloween stamp this year but it is always sold out. The coloring is pretty; yellow and purple are usually Easter colors but is works here.

SmokieBlueRose said...

Oh, and that ribbon is cute. Is that a zipper down the middle.

sharon g said...

You did a great job coloring her. Nice.

jordanbev5 said...

Love the lavendar glass and fragments!! Your card is just so stunning!

Swr4him said...

Whenever I see any of your projects, I feel like I have taken a vitamin. I love looking at your shadows and what color combos that you used. I do not particularly love Halloween cardes, but your artwork is fantastic. I dream that I will one day be in your of your sessions.

Annette Witherspoon ♥ said...

Yowzers!! The coloring is phenomenal!! Love the ribbon treatment with Spook on top of it. Totally cool. Looking forward to being on the Stampendous team with you!

Kim H said...

Beautifully colored card, great blending of colors.Adding the purples with the fragments and glitter was a wonderful addition. And the ribbon was done so well. Thank you for sharing it.