Thursday, January 5, 2012

Something Old and Something New

Simon Says Stamp and Show something old and something new.  I pulled out my melt pot to play again and create a pendant with a mix of elements.  

 A different angle:
I created a Valentine's pendant using some old (Vintage cupid with heart)  and new(ribbon, earring)  bits and pieces. 

  1. Stamp script over background using brown ink. 
  2. Stamp damask using red ink in corner. 
  3. Stamp Sentiment using brown ink. 
  4. Heat melt pot with UTEE. 
  5. Stamp Eiffel Tower on Shrinky Dink using StazOn ink. 
  6. Place Shrinky Dink in UTEE. Shrink up and pull out of UTEE
  7. Cut background to fit into metal frame. 
  8. Place Eiffel Tower and any other bits and pieces into metal frame over background. 
  9. Pour melted UTEE into frame. 
  10. Let dry.  
  11. Accessorize.
Stamps: Memory Box - Eiffel Tower, Love, Elemental Damask
Inks: StazOn Jet Black, Ranger Archival Inks - Coffee, Memento - Rhubarb Stalk

That's it for today. Been working on projects that I can't share. :)  Have a wonderful Thursday!



  1. That is very cool, it!

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  3. Fabulous pendant, love the damask and your use of jewellery pieces, lovely piece. Thanks so much for joining in the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge. Tracy x

  4. Oooh, this is really gorgeous Sue. Thanks for sharing the how to! I must get more familiar with my Melt Pot this year!

    Lesley Xx

  5. I love what you are doing with UTEE and the melting pot...I have one, but haven't been adventurous yet! This is gorgeous Sue
    Dot x

  6. This is lovely! I can't wait to try one of them! You did a lovely job!

  7. what a lovely pendant Suzz. Seeing you do other things is one of the best things coming to visit you.

  8. Looks amazing.. I LOVE it!!

    Hugs, Linda

  9. Oh Sue, wonderful pendant! It is so pretty and romantic looking! Love your combination of elements and the beautiful colours!

  10. A really darling little pendant - loving the red against the background and cute little cherub! Thanks so much for sharing your work with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show! Sarah.


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