There are just no words that can adequately sum that one up, are there? It's our own Melanie (a.k.a. Catwoman) with someone who resembles the Tin Man. More like the Tin Man from the 80's. Or something. He is quite silvery. And shiny. And blingy. Love it!
(And for the record, that's not Melanie's husband, either!)
It's only right that we bring you Melanie's bling project next...
Title: I've Got You, Babe
Designer: Melanie Douthit
Rhinestones: Prima Marketing
*Bling*: Stickles: Ranger
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper: Websters Pages
Trim: Melissa Frances
Chipboard: Basic Grey
Flowers: Prima and Craft Store
Buttons: Basic Grey
Stickers: Making Memories
On to some bling-filled cards!
Jennifer's monochromatic card features glitter embossing powder and Stickles glitter glue. I love how the Stickles give the flower some added dimension.
Designer: Jennifer Ellefson
Paper, stamps, ink, ribbon - Papertrey Ink
Stardust Gelly Roll pen (Sakura)
Gilded Ivory embossing powder (Sparkle n' Sprinkle)
Slot punch (Stampin' Up!)
This card by Stacey just makes me laugh! The rhinestone crown fits perfectly on the scalloped tag and notice the unusual item in the supply list... insulating tape!
Designer: Stacey Stamitoles
Rubber Stamp: Hampton Art Stamps
Silver insulating tape (hardware store)
Crown bling- Me and My Big Ideas
Scallop Glitter Die Cut: Making Memories
Brads: Making Memories
Chipboard: Maya Road
Paint: Plaid (Folkart)
Ink: Versafine (jet black)
(stamp reads: "I do not refer to myself as a 'housewife' for the reason that I did not marry a house")
And our last bling week project is brought to you by Melissa. I love how all the patterns work together and especially the icy blue glitter accents.
You Make My Heart Melt
Designer: Melissa Phillips
Me and My Big Ideas bling hearts
Webster’s Pages paper
Daisy D’s paper
Cornish Heritage Farms stamps
Button from craft supply
All righty, kids. Let me lift my glass (of V8 Fusion... good stuff) in a toast to bling.
May we never forget the sparkle it brings to our projects.
May our use of it be inspired and abundant.
May we never spill an entire bottle of Dazzling Diamonds all of our work table.
But if we do (voice of experience), may each twinkle remind us of the power of bling.