Friday, December 17, 2010

I Brake For Stamps - Snowflake Accordion Album in Ornament Tin

Hi everyone! I just wanted to take some time to share a project i created for I Brake For Stamps using the Fall/Winter Collage Sheet. It is an ornament tin that houses an accordion album!

I used this window tin to house my accordion album. I punched two holes in the top of the tin using my cropadile, ran some lace through and then I had an ornament! I will warn you it's a little heavy!

Here is a close up of the IBFS stamped image through the tins window....

 The accordion album...
I inked all the edges of the patterned paper with Walnut Stain Distress Ink. I inked the stamped image with Tea Dye Distress Ink and then sprayed it with Wheatfields and Pearl Glimmer Mist.

Close up of Snowflake..
I stamped the image with versamark and then heat embossed it using Silver embossing powder. I stamped it twice more (just the snowflake section) and heat embossed it. I then cut the snowflake's different layers out and popped them up with pop dots to add dimension.

The snowflakes were sprayed with Fall Breeze, Patina and Pearl Glimmer Mist to add color and shimmer! I inked the smaller snowflake lightly with Walnut Stain to make it a tad darker. I love the way it came out!

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Please leave a comment and let me know what you think!
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Supply List:
Card Stock: Brown Shimmer card stock and Going Gray card stock by Stampin' Up!
Patterned Paper: My Minds Eye Signature Christmas
Ink: Walnut Stain and Tea Dye Distress Inks by Ranger and Versamark Ink
Stamps: Fall/Winter Collage Sheet by I Brake For Stamps
Tools: Heat Gun, Martha Stewart Score Board, Corner Rounder Punch, trimmer and Cropadile
Other: Wheatfields, Pearl, Patina and Fall Breeze Glimmer Mists by Tattered Angels, Lace, Silver Embossing Powder by Stamp N Stuff and Pop dots


Kristina said...

Fantastic job Regan, I love the snowflake too!!!

Tracy said...

This is gorgeous Regan! That snowflake turned out so beautifully. I love the colors you used for it. Great project idea!