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March 24, 2015

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Anita Braddock

Hi I have been trying to find the form to enter but each one of the places for today's hope has no form,I love the video never would have thought to add the embossing powder. thanks for sharing

Stampendous Stamps

This is awesome, Amy! The colors are so wonderful and look great on the bezel. Fabulous project for the spring theme, thank you for showing us how you created your flower and the results are awesome!

Bunny

Great tutorial. You are very brave to keep the powder so close when you have the heat tool going. I would have had it all over the place. The flower is a great look. It's hard to believe that it is done with the embossing powder.

Dee Ann Matthews

Wow! The necklace is beautiful! Thanks for the clear directions.

1aquagirl

Oh, My! What a cool technique! Thank you for sharing

barbara macaskill

Such a pretty necklace! LOVE the faux enamel flower technique! Thanks for sharing it with me!

christi

love the necklace. thanks for the video. it's nice to revisit something you know but haven't used it for that purpose.

Sabrina Radican

Absolutely gorgeous!!

Viki B

That is so stunning!!! I love that image with that pendant. It is perfect!

Amante del Papel

my goodness thanks for sharing this amazing and beautiful tutorial!!!

SusieF

Great tutorial, thanks for sharing.

Janis in ID

Wow....this is just wonderful!!! Love the pretty flower and the image in the gorgeous pendant!! Wonderful art piece!
<3 J

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MandyM_81

WOW! What a cool idea! That necklace is gorgeous!

Teresa Godines #6857

Very pretty. I love that flower image. TFS

Judy

Very lovely necklace. Love the enamel flower and the gorgeous image inside the chandelier. Thanks for sharing.

D.AnnC

How gorgeous! Especially with that touch of microglitter - FAB!!

Brandi R

This is gorgeous!!!! Just a fabulous piece ♥

Ren Tokuda

Awesome tutorial!! Love shabby chic style! I have to make one of those pendant :)

Beatrice Lawson

Oh my goodness,this is gorgeous! I would love to lift the idea and make a present for Mother's Day, I know she would love this.

Beth Williams

I always learn everything I've wanting to know with Stampendous and their designers. In my old age unfortunately I keep forgetting this.Going to put a sticky note on my display staying "Just stick with Stampendous"-you guys really are the best. Thank you so much for the video-I have that die but never could get the hang of making the flowers. Now I can give it a try. Your pendant is stunning and just my style. Thank you so very much for this fabulous post!

Regina Furman

Gorgeous piece of jewelry! You are so talented!

TT

I love the enamel flower. Something new to try,

Carla  Hundley

So pretty, love the
bling on it and the
flower!
Carla from Utah

Barbara Cobb

Love the jewelry!

Karen Petitt

Oh my!!! I love it! Wish I could get hold of those supplies in the UK at the same price that the US buyers can get.
I love your beautiful piece of jewellery.
Thank you for the blog hop and awesome inspirations Karen

Craftyfield

Your flower technique is a great alternative to dipping the flowers in UTEE. I don't have a melt pot but I could do that!
Beautiful jewellery piece!

Jade Passmore

Beautiful piece! I can't believe it's done with embossing powder. Really elegant.

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I am a self-described "Scrapbook/ stamp/craft Fanatic"! I eat, sleep, and breathe it! I have been in the crafting industry as an artist and designer for the last 21 years and have had the privilege of working with some of the most amazing companies and people in the industry. Currently one of the owners & Illustrators for my own company Sassy & Crafty Stamp Company. I look forward to creating new friends through the sharing of my art, and talents!
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