Monday, June 3

PaperHaus Magazine Summer Delight Blog Hop -
Day Three... Freshly Squeezed!!!



Good Morning and welcome to the Amazing Crafting Products stop on Day 3 of the PaperHaus Magazine Summer Delight Blog Hop – celebrating the release of the Summer Issue of PaperHaus Magazine! We are excited that you are hopping with us and we would like to thank you for hopping along! There is SO much inspiration, techniques, projects, and exclusive artist interviews inside AND amazing Mixed Media projects from people from all over the world! Below is the link to the summer issue, simply click on the cover to go there now! BUT please be sure to come back to see some amazing Summer projects below using Amazing Crafting Products!



Welcome back! We hope you were inspired, and here is some more inspiration too! The PaperHaus Summer Delight event is all about fun summer days filled with scrapbooking and crafting! Today we are excited to share with you what we have made using Amazing Crafting Products! Every day on the PaperHaus Blog (www.thepaperhaus.com) there will be amazing inspiration and tutorials so be sure to stop on by everyday in June!

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Good Morning!!! Creative Team designer Susan, here to share a little peek into what I've been working on using Amazing Crafting Products! I love making molds of interesting items, many from nature and especially food! For the past couple of months, I have been developing a series of molds for some exciting resin jewelry I have dreamt up that is created from a variety of different citrus fruits. I have created several molds of grapefruit, orange, lemon and lime slices and now I'm finally getting to enjoy the "FRUIT" of my labor. Above I'm sharing a sneek peek of my first cast slice of an orange – resulting from multiple pours of both Amazing Casting Resin and Amazing Clear Cast Resin {please subscribe via email so you don't miss out when I share the upcoming how-to}.


I am also an avid paper crafter and stamper, and this mold is also perfect for many mixed-media applications. So I took this one step further and created a custom stamp from my citrus slice.


I took my existing mold, then generously lubricated mold with vaseline {because Amazing Mold Putty will fuse to itself}. I mixed up another batch of Amazing Mold Putty and pressed into mold to make a reverse. I used a small juice glass to press into mold and get a nice flat surface. When cured, I have a relief stamp that is a slice of heaven!


I mounted to my acrylic block with some double-sided
adhesive tape and applied ink using a brayer.


Voila! My resulting stamped image. I love the subtle impression it gives, very similar to a traditional fruit or vegetable print - EXCEPT - this stamp is permanent, washable and re-useable! I carried on inking and stamping until I created a couple of sheets of handstamped paper... which I fashioned into this bright, sunny and oooh so tropical paper tote; using some ribbon, burlap trim, purse handles and a few handmade embellishment danglies! This came out so AMAZING – I'm working on stamping onto fabric to make a functional tote for the summer, too!


YEP! The background paper for this paper tote is entirely hand-stamped from my DIY stamp created using Amazing Mold Putty... and it's STUNNING!!! It totally looks store bought, right? Who wouldn't love a handmade gift wrapped like this?

If you arrived here first and would like to visit the rest of the blogs participating, please see the list below... or CLICK HERE to head back to PaperHaus Magazine!

PaperHaus Summer Delight Bloghop - DAY 3

1. PaperHaus Magazine www.thepaperhaus.com

2. Lori Hairston - RAK www.lorihairston.blogspot.com

3. Georgia Heald - www.startingtoscrap.blogspot.com

4. Susan Tutt - www.susanscrapbooker.blogspot.com

5. Diana Fisher - RAK - www.designbydiana.blogspot.com

6. Nathalie Kalbach - www.nathaliesstudio.com

6. UmWowStudio - www.umwowstudio.blogspot.com

7. AMAZING MOLD PUTTY - www.amazingmoldputty.blogspot.com

ALSO - You CAN WIN...


As part of the PaperHaus "Summer Delight" celebration, Amazing Crafting Products has provided a giveaway of AMAZING proportions. Keep a lookout for the announcement from PaperHaus Magazine with giveaway details for your chance to win one box each of Amazing Mold Putty, Amazing Clear Cast Resin and Amazing Casting Resin!!! CLICK HERE to return to the top of the hop and to get the details.

Thanks for stopping by and have a fantastic day!

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31 comments:

  1. Your Orange slice stamp is MAH-vel-LOUS! I love it!

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  2. Very nice, Susan!! LOVE the bag (may have to steal this idea and change it up with a little "me" thrown in) Once again you've taken it a step further :)

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  3. That putty IS amazing! The stamp is marvelous and the gift bag looks great! have subscribed by e-mail.

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  4. I love this whole concept! Would love to make my own!

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  5. Yep, totally amazing! Love that lemon slice stamp. Super cool and Oh how I would love to play with some of that amazing putty, in the giveaway! TFS, I love it!

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  6. now that is an amazing project! Great summer bag

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  7. Would love the opportunity to try this product. I am always looking for new craft ideas.

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  8. I am amazed at how you created the beautiful background! Definitely subscribing via email!

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  9. I love to try new products - this is new to me. Sounds like a lot of fun.
    I've subscribed to your blog. Now I'll know what is going on with the world of putty and resin.

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  10. thank you so much for the inspiration, I didn't know your products (I'm italien, I think here we haven't them...) I'm so glad to have found you through this blog hop!

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  11. Wow!! That was so cool! Love seeing how to use your products! Thanks for the inspiration and for being a part of the hop!

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  12. I absolutely love your citrus stamp! Fantastic, and the printing is awesome. Looks like a fascinating product!

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  13. Wow I had no idea you could make your own stamps! Amazing....

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  14. This is beyond AMAZING! I love how the orange slice came out as a stamp! Amazing Mold Putty is a definite MUST HAVE for this crafter! TFS!

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  15. Amazing products, love that stamped image!!

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  16. Oh my goodness! How amazing!! I love the idea of this and would to try it!!!

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  17. You have no idea how happy your vaseline tip has made me. I have wanted to do something like this for a while now, and haven't, because I couldn't figure out how to keep the putty from fusing. (which is SO handy for other things, and NOT so handy for something like this.) LOVE it.

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  18. Wow! This is really cool! Would love to try it.

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  19. Love the citrus slice stamp you made. I'll have to get some Amazing Mold Putty!

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  20. Love your citrus slice stamp!

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  21. I love playing with mold putty and resin, thankyou for sharing

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  22. So beautiful! Your stamping looks amazing!

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  23. I never would have thought of molding something like an orange. What a wonderful stamp it makes!

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  24. Love the orange slice stamp!! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. YES! It does look store bought! Amazing you can make a stamp like this. I find it fascinating.

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  26. Wow... I must admit this is the first I have heard of your product but it looks so cool!

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