Stampendous & Resin Craft collaborates!

Good morning friends,

All of this entire week, the Stampendous team is showcasing what you could do with resin from Resin Craft blog and I have discovered, you can do ALOT with stamps and resin!! Oh and I have never worked with resin before and it’s so easy to use that anyone can use it. So hold on to your seats and get ready for plenty of inspiration and multiple opportunities to win some fabulous prizes from both companies.

For my 1st resin and stamp project, I did a stamped resin buttons for a layout. Here it is:

I love the juxtapose between the neat and clean layout design with the splash of painty mess – the dribbles of paint and the glittery painty resin buttons. Here is a close up of those buttons:

Here are the supplies I used:

Cardstock: Recollections

Patterned Paper: Melissa Frances, Little Yellow Bicycle

Stamps: Stampendous Jumbo Songbird, Altered Type Alphabet Perfectly Clear Stamps, Retro Alphabet Perfectly Clear Stamps

Ink/Paint: Tsukineko, Ranger

Mist: October Afternoon

Glitter: Stampendous Glitz Glitter

Ribbon/Twine: Craft Supplies

Tags: K & Co

Button: Michael’s dollar bin

Resin: Envirotex

Chipboard Sticker: Crate Paper

Clear Stickers: DCWV

Border Punch: Fiskars

Border Stickers: Momenta

Adhesive: Scotch & Kuretake

Don’t forget to check out the other talented Stampendous team ladies showcasing their projects today.

Lynn Mercurio

Melinda Gleissner

Wendy Price

Pam Hornshu

Are there prizes?? Of course!! 3 -prizes of jewelry resin, bottle cap, bevel, button plus SSC1124 Charm Collection Perfectly Clear Stamps and open to US and Canadian residents too! Leave me a comment – Happy hopping and good luck!

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Comments

  1. Cute. I like the paint dribble effect on the edges too.

  2. Kristine Reynolds says:

    great layout Steph!

  3. Wow – those buttons Rock!!!

  4. Melinda says:

    Steph, I adore those buttons! And your layout…it’s incredible. Absolutely fantastic, my friend.

  5. Miriam Prantner says:

    Great layout! The buttons turned out really well!

  6. Tenia Nelson says:

    So so so awesome dearie!!!

  7. Jingle says:

    Cute layout!

  8. Love your buttons! These are fantastic on this layout, Steph! What a great way to use the resin product!

  9. Susie Moore says:

    Oh my goodness. I wouldn’t have thought of using the resin on a layout. How brilliant!

  10. Seriously, Steph … those buttons !! Oh my goodness, but they are darling … “love” the color choices too and SUCH a fun page! Thanks for sharing!

  11. Katherine S says:

    Great layout. I have not used resin before; thanks for the chance to win.

  12. Deb Beechy says:

    I LOVE the buttons!

  13. PattiK says:

    I love how you used the products on a scrap layout. So beautiful!

  14. stampersuzz says:

    Brilliant idea to use the resin both ways! Love your layout it is beautiful and the mini resin photo is super sweet!

  15. Eunice Brown says:

    I love your layout and how you spelled out the word “love”, and the little resin picture button. TFS.

  16. Carol B says:

    Beautiful project, thanks for the inspiration!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

  17. Sue D says:

    Very cute buttons for this sweet layout.

  18. Denny says:

    Talk about making the pictures and the buttons just fly off the page! Theyjust capture your attention. Great job

  19. Lea Kimmel says:

    As usual, you have rocked this! Love your LOVE buttons!

  20. Queen Mary says:

    I love your buttons and how you used the resin on a scrapbook page! This is so exciting for me – I hadn’t thought of combining these two media — exciting!

  21. Pam Hornschu says:

    Such a great layout, and your button embellies are perfect with the resin. Hope you are having a fabulous time!

  22. Wendy Jordan says:

    Great job creating a layout with the buttons. Great idea!!!

  23. Jan Garber says:

    Great idea to use this on a layout! And what a cutie-patootie!