August Paper Wings Productions Blog Hop

Friday, August 2, 2013


WELCOME to the “Vintage” Paper Wing Production's Design Team Blog Hop & Giveaway!  If you've arrived here from The Aviary Blog, then you're in the right place.  If you’re just stopping by for a visit, please CLICK HERE to start from the beginning.

This month we’re sharing beautiful vintage themed projects and some of our new designers are making their PWP debut.  So get comfortable and prepare to be inspired!!  This month’s main prize is a gift certificate to the New Paper Wings Production’s online store.



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The winner will be announced on Tuesday, Aug 6th, 2013 on the Paper Wings Productions blog.
When I think of "vintage", I think of old rusty metal objects. This month's theme inspired me to work with some rusty candy tins I've been saving. We all know how much I love old candy tins! One day during an artsy mama playdate, my friend Robin showed me how to stamp into molten solder (when it's still liquid). This technique proves once again just how durable red rubber stamps are! Stamps are such great tools, don't you think?

 I used bits and pieces from the August Nesting components Mixed Media kit to embellish the tins. I used the clip art sheets, pearl embellishments, rub ons, paper from the envelopes and the circles background stamp from the kit.


 I adhered everything to the tin and coated the entire tin in Ice Resin.


I stamped the sides and bottom of the tin with the Writings Background stamp and Staz On ink.



Here's the second tin.


 I can't believe how clear the stamped image comes out in the solder!



Here's a bonus piece I made since I had the resin out. A simple pendant. I stamped the birds on old book paper, adhered it to the bezel and filled with resin.


I hope you enjoyed my projects! I also hope that I have inspired you to think beyond the paper and create something unique with your rubber stamps!

Make sure to head on over to Cathi's Blog Next!!

***Here is the complete line up just in case you get lost along the way***

Carrie Avery - www.carrieavery.com
Cathi O’Neill - www.celticknotted.blogspot.com

Paper Wings Productions Blog “The Aviary­ - http://paper-wings-productions.blogspot.com/

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR JOINING US TODAY!
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Let Your Creativity Take Flight!

23 comments:

  1. Your candy tins are fabulous!! Great job and so very creative. I wouldn't have thought to do this with stamps, rub ons, etc. Great work Carrie!

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  2. So small and so BIG! Just love it!

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  3. WOW these are stunning! I love the gorgeous images and fabulous layout.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  4. Wow, such cool projects, very creative and I love the texture.

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  5. Wow solder stamping, wonderful!! I just am in love with the tins, can I send you my address?? LOL :) Inspirational!!

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  6. Fabulous tins Carrie! I have six small tins waiting to be altered and I was just thinking "What would Carrie do with these?" Now I know! I love the stamped Ice Resin and solder! Thanks so much for the inspiration! =)

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  7. Absolutely beautiful tins!!!

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  8. I can't believe you stamped on molten solder! Your tins are so beautiful! How about a class class on the solder technique?

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  9. These are so unique!! These are so inspiring to me to step outside my comfort zone & alter some old jewelry boxes I have.. The kind that come with jewelry when you buy it :)

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  10. Stunning! Love how the background stamp lookes on the tin! I must try this!!

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  11. Beautiful and wow so amazing creations! Love them all. TFS

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  12. These tins are so beautiful! I would love to master the techniques you use.

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  13. These are gorgeous Carrie! You really did get a great impression of the background circles stamp. I'm gonna have to try that technique and the ice resin ;D Thanks for all the inspiration!!!

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  14. The tins are absolutely gorgeous!! I love the designs!! The pendant looks amazing, too!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  15. wow. I love your designs.. Wonderful tins!! Love this inspirational piece!

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  16. Your candy tins are gorgeous! I love the necklace!

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  17. Stamping into molten solder! So cool. Simply radiant, Carrie! Your works of art always inspire and amaze me.

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  18. awesome candy tins. thanks for showing us other ways to use the resin.

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  19. These are gorgeous Carrie! I love the stamping on the backs and sides and the Ice Resin really makes it shine!

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  20. Simply inspiring, as always Carrie. Your altered tins are so unique, the stamping in the solder is truly amazing. (I like the necklace, too) Thank you for all your inspirational ideas, they give my brain an artful "jump-start"!

    Mindy
    http://mulberrymindy.blogspot.com

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  21. How amazing! I never would have even imagined stamping onto melted solder! I must follow you now, in the blog sense, not the stalking way. Thanks for sharing!

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  22. So cool! What neat techniques, these look fantastic, loving all the different elements!

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  23. I love the solder stamping. I may have to try the ice resin...

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