Friday, April 15, 2016

Voyage Beneath the Sea Mermaid Canister Stampendous

I hope you have enjoyed your voyage this week!!!
Today we will be finishing up our week long event sharing projects made with Graphic 45 Voyage Beneath the Sea along with some of Stampendous newest stamp releases. 
Die cut canister from mat board, assemble canister. 
Ink edges with distress ink using stencil brush.
 Adhere Graphic 45 Voyage Beneath the Sea pattern paper to canister. 
Stamp images on canister with VersaMark, apply embossing powder.
 Heat set.
 Using stencil and palette knife apply embossing paste to canister. 
Dry completely. 
Stamp images with black ink, color markers.
 Fussy cut out.
 Place on canister with pop dots. 
Add seashell and ribbon bow to top of canister lid. 

I hope I have inspired you with my Voyage Beneath the Sea Mermaid Canister
Click on the links to see other projects from the Stampendous Design Team along with Graphic 45 Voyage Beneath the Sea Collection.


Hugs Pammejo


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37 comments:

  1. Nice! I like the plaid paper in the background!

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  2. What a beatiful, inspiring canister covered in great colors and images!

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  3. Canister is beautiful. Love how you popped the images with dots.

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  4. Your project is beautiful! The G45 paper is perfect, and the colors great! TFS your creativity!

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  5. Beautiful! I love the step by step tutorial!

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  6. Love the container! Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

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  7. You just make it look so easy Pam! For me - this is not easy at all but... it is for sure so fun. Just adore the colors - so happy and puts me in a holiday state of mind!!! Wonderful creativity. j.

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  8. Beautiful! I love how you used a seashell for the box top handle!! Genius idea!! TFS!

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  9. Very pretty canister - love the colors and the great dimension with all the added designs and sea shell !!!

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  10. So pretty. That mermaid is gorgeous when you fussy cut it. Everything works so great in your design. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Fantastic canister, Pam. Love the extra layers of stamping for spotlights on the popped up images. Wonderful job and so very creative, thank you for sharing!

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  12. I love that turtle.
    The canister is great - I'd have it
    in my bathroom since all the decorations are fish related.
    thanks for sharing.

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  13. Love all the beautiful layers. What a fabulous idea! It's gorgeous.

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  14. Beautiful idea and design! I love the mermaid!
    Take care!
    Michele

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  15. I LOVE this! It is gorgeous! Love the doily background you made too.

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  16. Oh I love this canister, fun details; the mermaid is gorgeous !

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  17. Love this beautiful mermaid on such a great canister!

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  18. Love this beautiful mermaid on such a great canister!

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  19. Wow is this beautiful! I love the turtle the most!

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  20. Yum on your gorgeous Cannister...love the mermaid and turtle which I have and other things you have added!!!!

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  21. Aren't these little boxes cut and fun to make. thanks for your share.

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  22. Oh Pam this was amazing to see!!

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  23. Beautiful thanks for sharing your expertise xx

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  24. Love your beautiful upcycled canister! The images are colored so wonderfully and it all gives me fabby under the sea warm-n-fuzzies all over! :)

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  25. Pam you did a beautiful job on this.Love how you used the doily stamp and the real shell on the top. Looking forward to trying some of your techniques.

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  26. Fabulous mermaid canister and the shell on top is perfect.

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  27. Gorgeous creations! You did a beautiful job on them, and I am always amazed by your creativity. Each time I look, I see more.!!!

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  28. This box is so gorgeous! I love the lacy background for these beautiful die cut images!

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  29. Your talent is amazing. What a gorgeous project!

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