Here is also a direct link to the video on YouTube.
Wasn't that easy? Here is the finished bracelet I made using the shrunken labels I created in the video (and the three other takes I took.. lol :)
This design is a bit simpler than the one I made for the March release. Here is a close up - see how the color is so pretty and intense?
And an action shot :)
If you're not really into the jewelry thing (I love it when stamps can be used for other things!) here is a cute little card using the largest label shape that I showed you at the end of the video.
See it there? Part of that supah fancy embellishment?
I hung a bead from the hole I punched and adhered a Prima flower to the open spot in the center. Then I glued it to a paper rosette made with the Tim Holtz die. Isn't it yummy? I think it looks really great with the patterned paper (Portrait Collection, Crate Paper) too!
Don't forget to check out the other girls!
Belinda Chang Langner
Sarah Martina Parker
I'm glad you stopped in today - I hope you enjoyed the video, I had fun making it. Look for more!
Have a great day!
Stamps: Very Vintage Labels No. 18 - Waltzingmouse Stamps
Ink: Jet Black Archival Ink - Ranger Industries; Pearlescent Lavender Brilliance - Tsukineko
Other: Translucent PolyShrink - Lucky Squirrel; jewelry supplies
Glad You're in my Corner Card
Stamps: Stamps: Very Vintage Labels No. 18, Rescue Remedies Additions - Waltzingmouse Stamps
Cardstock: So Saffron - Stampin' Up!; Vintage Cream - Papertrey Ink
Patterned Paper: Portrait Collection - Crate Paper
Ink: Jet Black, Coffee Archival Ink, Antique Linen Distress Ink - Ranger Industries
Other: Translucent PolyShrink - Lucky Squirrel; Paper Rosette Die - Tim Holtz for Sizzix; Paper flower - Prima; Tulle, Sewing machine