Monday, March 26, 2012

Spring Fling Linky Party Winner!

Congratulations to Divine at Hey It’s Divine for her winning entry in the LSG Spring Fling Linky Party! She received 68 likes for her adorable crackle painted birdhouse. We love the pretty color palette using several Lindy’s sprays.

Friday, March 23, 2012


All Starburst Stain Sets are at a reduced price.....almost 40% off, while supplies last!
Stains are still available by buying the dauber caps with your sprays, but are no longer available as an individual item! You'll have to get your daubers as an accessory when you purchase sprays.
Stain Sets regularly price=$22 while prices last=$13.50.........that's almost 40% off!!!!

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Technique Tuesday with Cynthialoowho♥

Lace & Doilies
Here is an easy and elegant way to make your own backgrounds with Lindy's Stamp Gang.

I used plain white cardstock, Cranberry Mist Burgundy, and a doily.

After spraying blot with a paper towel. Then dry.

For this next background I used white card stock Cattail Copper Brown, Midnight Rendezvous Raven, and a wide lace.

First I sprayed the white card stock with Cattail Copper Brown.

Then I added the lace and sprayed with Midnight Rendezvous Raven.

Blot with a paper towel.


Thanks for stopping by for another
"Technique Tuesday with Cynthialoowho♥

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Linky Party closing date extended! Enter and win!

The Spring Fling linky party will be open for an extra day, so you have more time to get your entry into the contest! Show off your artwork and inspire others with your spring-themed creations.

Artwork by Sharon Martinelli, LSG design team

Scroll down OR click here for the party and rules. It’s easy to enter, and you could win a $25 gift certificate!

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Technique Tuesday with Cynthialoowho♥

Fimo Clay Roses
You can color your Fimo with Magical Mica's, you must use Magical's as they have pigment in them.
Here I've chosen Ramblin Rose Pink Magical & Oakleaf Olive

Add a small amount to your clay and mix well.

Here is the clay after being mixed next to the white Fimo.

Make pea size balls, then flatten them.

I used a stamp block.

Start molding your rose! Here I just turned one side inward to create the bud.

Add your petals and overlap one side. To create a spiral of petals.

Once your petals are in place cut the excess at the bottom and keep to color for the leaves.

Here I added Oakleaf Olive Mica, I wanted a soft green so I used a mica.

Here are 3 pellet's I made to create the leaves.

Now cut your leaf shape with some jaggity edge deco scissors.

Draw the veins with something pointy.

The instructions on Fimo soft say to bake @ 230 for 30 minutes.
Here is my finished Rose with leaves.

Thank you for sopping by for another 
"Technique Tuesday with Cynthialoowho"

Friday, March 9, 2012

Spring Fling Linky Party

It’s time for another Linky Party here on Lindy’s Stamp Gang’s blog! Show off your favorite spring-themed artwork and projects and you’ll have a chance to win a $25 gift certificate for Lindy’s Stamp Gang products.

We’d love to see your prettiest scrapbook pages, cards, altered art, home d├ęcor, art journals and minis. You may enter projects using any products, any manufacturer, not just Lindy’s Stamp Gang.

The entry with the most “Likes” will receive a gift certificate to Lindy’s Stamp Gang store. So tell all your friends to visit the Lindy’s Stamp Gang blog right here and vote for their favorite (which should be you, of course, because what are friends for?)

Enter by clicking on the blue "Click here to Enter" text below the thumbnails.

1. Entries are limited to two per person, so choose your favorites.
2. Contest will close March 15, midnight pacific time.
3. Winner will be notified by email and has 5 days to respond in order to claim gift certificate code. In the event winner does not respond, a new winner will be chosen.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Shimmering Garden Shadow Box

Hi everyone, it's Sharon here and 
I waned to share a small shadow box I created for the Lindy's Stamp Gang booth at CHA this winter. It was one of the projects I completed for the booth and I just love how it turned out. 
I found this little box at the dollar store, and thought I could do something with it...I didn't know what at the time, but I knew it would be good for something, maybe a shadow box layout? Yes, that's exactly what I turned it into, and it went from this:
To this:
There was a lot I did to this box, and I love how it came out.... I had a picture of a garden on my mind, and I think I achieved it. What do you think?
First I prepped the box with guesso. After that dried, I applied a coat of brown acrylic paint. when that dried, I put a coat of crackle medium, and then some ivory acrylic paint, all to achieve the crackle finish you can see all over the box. After all that dried, I sprayed the entire box with Creme Brulee Cream Starburst Stain for some shimmer.
I used one of My Favorite Thing's banner dies, and cut out the banner from designer paper by Colorbok (Flea Market Collection). I then sprayed the banner pieces with Scintilating Silver Glitz Spritz, and afterwards added to the banner some Maya Road chipboard letters, which I sprayed with Cadbury Milk Chocolate Startburst Stain. In between each banner piece I added some tiny mulberry paper roses which I sprayed with different Starburst Stains:  Cotton Candy Pink and Alpine Ice Gold. Afterwards, I embossed the tips of these roses with some Lindy's Stamp Gang embossing powder in the color Hibiscus Rose Orange. LOVE embossing the tips of the petals of my flowers!
I also used some Lindy's Stamp Gang butterfly charm pieces, which I embossed with Dandelion Yellow embossing powder, and finished off with some white pearls on their centers.
I punched some butterflies out of cardstock using two different Martha Stewart butterfly punches. I then sprayed the butterflies with Icy Primrose Gold Starburst Stain, and sprinkled some embossing powder in the color Byzantine Bronze, just to add more texture and shimmer to them.
I used some glittered green sprays, as well as some vintage white bud sprays in the backgrouns, which I got at my local craft store. Behind the picture of my Emily I used a Kaiser Craft wood birdcage piece, which I sprayed with my Starburst Stain in the color Golden Lump of Coal. The stain gave it just the right touch of shimmer.
I filled in the rest of the box with different sized mulberry roses which I colored using my Starburst Stains in the following colors: Alpine Ice RoseTiffany's BlueWild Honey Suckle Coral and Scintilating Silver.
The wood stand that holds the box was also purchased at the dollar store. Can you believe it?
I hope you enjoyed this project and were inspired to create with Lindy's Stamp Gang Products. Until next time!

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Sneaky Sunday Sale!!!!

Hey there! Guess what?
We wanted to put a BIG smile on your face,
 and decided to have an awesome sale!!!
ALL Starburst Sets
20% off
Hurry, offer valid on March 4, 2012 ONLY!
Coupon Code: sundays

Have fun shopping!