Saturday, October 5

Resin Embellishments Top the Layer Cake! World Cardmaking Day Bloghop with Operation Write Home


Amazing Crafting Products is proud to be participating in this bloghop - thanks for stopping by. Please join us in creating "THANK YOU" cards for our men and women serving in the armed forces today  with Operation Write Home for World Cardmaking Day.


Scraps of patterned papers are the base of this card using OWH Sketch #98;
the sentiment is created from EK Success word stickers brushed with gold ink.


The flower on this card is a stamped, fussy cut large doily stamp from Viva Las VegaStamps!, layered and topped off with a vintage knob molded in Amazing Mold Putty and cast using Amazing Casting Resin. This is the same vintage floral knob that I also created a ring with. CLICK HERE to see how this knob was created.


The resin cast knob looks like a flower and makes a perfect center... it's thin and with a little pink and gold ink - it adds that perfect amount of "POP" to top off this layered flower.


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As part of the event, Amazing Crafting Products is hosting a giveaway of AMAZING proportions. One winner will be chosen from those who leave a comment telling us "what you would love to mold in Amazing Mold Putty" on this post. Winner will receive one box each of Amazing Mold Putty, Amazing Clear Cast Resin and Amazing Casting Resin!!! Please leave your email info in your comment so that we can contact you {spell out like jane at email dot com}.



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42 comments:

  1. I think Celtic-style embellishments would look awesome with your dimensional product--the intertwining knots and designs would be beautifully emphasized in 3D.

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    1. I totally agree! I would LOVE to see what you make if you do something like this!

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  2. As I have a serious thing for vintage keys, I'd love to cast some from my collection. KJPG at aol dot com

    Thanks very much for supporting OWH!

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  3. Love the layers!!!! The time you spent choosing the elements for the focal, stamping, fussy-cutting ... it really paid off, it's beautiful!
    I don't know what I'd mold in Amazing Mold Putty ... I tend to get carried away when I try new things, so I'd probably try a bit of everything ... from puppy dog noses (boy, the dogs would LOVE me ... sarcasm) to fall leaves to crochet lace!

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  4. Love all of that pink and gold together.

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  5. Your card is stunning- great flower! Thanks for your support of OWH and our troops!

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  6. That flower is beautiful - wish I could see it with my hands, lol! Thanks for joining us today and happy WCMD!

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  7. Very beautiful and simple card. I love the color combination. Your flower is elegant, adds a special touch.

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  8. I really had to stop and look at this card. I love that you explained (with pictures) what you did. It's really very nice! What would I mold? I haven't tried yet, but buttons, flowers, animals (especially bunnies), leaves, I'm willing to try!!! Thank you for supporting OWH!!! radloffjen at cableone dot net

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  9. I agree with Julie - I want to "see" it with my hands! I'm always looking for great embellishments that are thin enough for our cards :)
    Happy WCMD!
    Sandy

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  10. Beautiful card. I like how you made the flower. I would like to mold some interesting buttons and some keys.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  11. Oh, what texture you have created here. Add me to the list that would like to see it with my hands. Lovely colors as well. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Love your flower...and I'd probably mold flowers first myself!

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  13. This card is beautiful with the molded flower. I don't know what I would make with your products. My son is the expert when it come to sculpting and molding. avtaft at aol dot com

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  14. Very interesting effect and the pink and gold are really nice together. I'm not sure what I'd mold but I too love finding new ways to embellish my cards while keeping them mailable so something like you've done is probably what I'd try first. Thanks for joining in the hop and supporting OWH.

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  15. What would I mode. Flowers are always my first choice but maybe butterflies too. Fabulous card. TFS

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  16. That cake topper looks good enough to eat!

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  17. A couple of months ago I bought a container of Amazing Mold Putty & Clear Cast Resin - I was concerned that I wouldn't mold enough to use all of the putty - I asked Susan (the cake topper artist) if there was a smaller size and she told me she was POSITIVE I'd use all the putty - well, she was right - I have a little left that I am saving in case of emergency before I can order more. So, what would I mold? Everything in the box that I didn't get to mold the first time! I have more charms, buttons, gems, pendants and rubber stamps (and SO much more!) that I pulled out when I first got the putty. Now that I have the learning curve pretty well figured out, I want to mold everything!! StampinDiva at yahoo dot com

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  18. That cake topper looks so cool! I would love to mold in Amazing Mold Putty an angel.

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  19. That cake topper looks cool! I would love to mold in Amazing Mold Putty an angel.

    marsherrera at gmail dot com

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  20. Love the flower. I would love to mold in Amazing Mold Putty some buttons.
    analfarocr at gmail dot com

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  21. I would love to mold in Amazing Mold Putty some small tools.

    marcialherrera at gmail dot com

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  22. Love this card! A great new way to embelish our cards! Thanks for supporting OWH and Happy WCMD!

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  23. I would love to mold in Amazing Mold Putty some charms.

    anaelsiecastro at gmail dot com

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  24. This is a beautiful card. I love the resin center. I'm hungry right now so it looks like a cookie to me! LOL

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  25. I love mixed media and anything with old keys. I would love to try keys. I think that would be awesome.

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  26. I have been playing around with mixed media in my card making. I would love to mold some cool things to use as embellishments. Thanks for the chance to win your amazing products!!!
    <3 J

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  27. I would mold snowflakes since that is the upcoming season thanks for being part of our blog hop

    Barb Housner

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  28. Gorgeous snowflake card, love the pink too! Such a pretty center !

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  29. Very intriguing center image. I don't ever use putty or clay, but it looks very nice.

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  30. Such a beautiful flower!! Great design! Thanks for sharing this for World Card Making Day! :) HUGS

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  31. That flower is amazing!!! Hmmm... what would I make? I tend to try a little bit of everything but right now I think I'd choose buttons, keys, or snowflakes......... ;)
    Jen
    jennifer.mueller409 at gmail dot com

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  32. What wouldn't I like to cast? But Celtic would be awesome all that intertwining in 3D would be so cool! Thanks for supporting OWH!
    R/

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  33. I would mold snowflakes and keys and maybe bananas. I like monkeys!

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  34. What a BEAUtiful card! I love that doily stamp and the molded centerpiece is just gorgeous! Great take on the sketch too! I have never used this Amazing Mold Putty but I am so eager to try it after seeing your card. Hmmm, I have a great coin collection which I think would make some awesome embellishments. Gosh, the possibilities are endless I am sure! Thanks for the chance to win! msmith38652 at gmail dot com

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  35. What a beautiful card! I love the thin vintage knob as the flower center! I would mke embellishments. I love the idea another commenter had about Celtic knots. They would be beutiful! Thnks for the chance to win! bam7462atgmaildotcom

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  36. I wonder if snowflakes would be too fragile? Ooooo, maybe Easter Eggs?!?
    BobbisTreasure at aol dot com

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  37. LOVE the flower center - it totally adds that special oomph touch!

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  38. Beautiful card! What would I mold? I loved the comment about celtic designs, that would be fun to try. Thanks for your support of OWH.

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