07 January 2012

Stampendous Saturday: Bling It On!


It's the very first Saturday of the month (wait - it's actually the first Saturday of the year!!), and that means the fabulous ladies at Stampendous have a brand new challenge to play along with.  This month we are all about bringing in the New Year with some BLING!  Glitter, rhinestones, sparkly stickers...you name it.  Just make it shiny and get it on your project!

Today I'm showing off a spring-y card I made with the fabulous I Love Paris cling rubber stamp.  In the background is the versatile cling rubber Music Score, which is embossed in green and then to snazz it up I sprinkled Aged Silver embossing enamel on there randomly and heated it from underneath.  I did the same thing on the image panel and the card base.  My bling is in the flower centers - don't you see the gorgeous silver glass glitter?  I love it!!


Take a look at what these Stampendous team members have created to dazzle you today:


We want YOU to play along with us!  Just add you direct link to your card (make sure you've loaded it up with tons of BLING) to the linky tool below my signature (or on the Stampendous blog) no later than February 2, 2012 at 11:00 PM EST.  You don't have to use Stampendous products to play along, but we sure love it when you do!  And as an extra incentive for playing, one lucky person (drawn at random from all the entries) will receive this gorgeous Cherub Wishes Perfectly Clear Stamp Set:


Due to shipping restrictions, the winner must have a US address.  We hope you get a chance to play along with us - happy stamping!

Supplies: 
Stamps: I Love Paris, Music Score (Stampendous)
Card Stock: Cameo (Bazzill), White (Neenah)
Ink: Worn Lipstick, Antique Linen, Brushed Corduroy (Ranger Distress); Versamark
Accessories: Lettuce Embossing Powder, Aged Silver Embossing Powder, Silver Crushed Glass Glitter (all from Stampendous), Ribbon (Creative Impressions)
Tools: heat gun

20 comments:

Dottie said...

Love the colors and all the texture and yes I saw the bling right away. Great job!

Suzanne C said...

Taylor the colors on your card are so springy and lovely! Beautiful card and the soft distressing is the perfect touch. Love the glass glitter sparkle too!

Lynn Mercurio said...

ooh lala, but this is an outstanding card, Taylor...such lovely colors and a fun design. Great job, dear!

Helen said...

Gorgeous! Love the image and the colours and everything really!

Sandy said...

This is so beautiful! It has such a girly, feminine and elegant feel! Love the way you have the music background behind it. The touch of ribbon at the bottom adds so much. Love the colors and just everthing about the card! My daughter said it's the most beautiful card ever...she loves Paris themed things!

Korin said...

Your card is gorgeous!! :)

Melinda Gleissner said...

this is beautiful, ce qui est beau:-) I absolutely adore the green and pink color combination with the silvery glitter.

Kristine Reynolds said...

So pretty! I love the pink and green together! Great blingy card!

JenMarie said...

LOOOOVE this!!!!!!!

Krissy said...

Oooo-la-la! So beautiful!

Steph Lee (Arty Carty) said...

love the green and pink and the silver bling! super sweet girly card! LOVE it!

Patti J said...

Very pretty, Taylor! Thanks for sharing!

Janelle said...

Can I copy this to my wallpaper? It's GORGEOUS! Wonderful job on the bling.

Wendy said...

Gorgeousness, girlfriend!!!! What a fabulous color contrast!!!! I hope you and the fabulous Usry's have a great weekend!!!

Pam Hornschu said...

The pink and green are so pretty together, especially with the encrusted bling areas!

Scrappychick said...

absolutely gorgeous!! love the pink and green with touches of silver!

Jingle said...

Beautiful card! Such pretty colors!

wendyp said...

absolutely gorgeous!!! love how you added the crushed silver glitter and silver EP!!!

StampendousGraphics said...

LOVE IT!!! I wanna go to Paris just to see blingy spring like on this card! Great job, Taylor, as always!

Jennifer said...

I love your stamp!!! Great idea to add the music behind it!