Stamped Metal Pendant and SteamPunk Pin

 ImpressArt Metal Stamps sponsored the Designer Crafts Connection blog hop this month.  If you are not familiar with the company or what metal stamping is – then you have come to the right place. I have two pieces for the hop.  I did not get wild and crazy and stamp in other material, I used the blanks, ImpressArt  sent an a few extra pieces.  I know the stamps work great in woos, leather, suede, plastic and clay.  The first piece is a necklace for my baby girl.  The second is a pin for your jacket and lastly, ImpressArt is doing a giveaway.  Scroll to the bottom for details
Stamped Baby Girl Necklace - Niki Meiners
Tools and materials
-ImpressArt Alphabet Stamp Set – Jeannie, uppercase, lowercase and numbers
-ImpressArt Design Stamp, Heart
-ImpressArt Metal Stamping Blanks
-ImpressArt Metal Stamping Hammer
-ImpressArt Steel Stamping Block
-ImpressArt Stamp Straight Tape
– Metal Chain
Time Stamped Pin - Niki Meiners
Tools and materials
-ImpressArt Alphabet Stamp Set – Jeannie, uppercase, lowercase
-ImpressArt Metal Stamping Blanks – flower
-ImpressArt Metal Stamping Hammer
-ImpressArt Steel Stamping Block
-ImpressArt Stamp Straight Tape

The Grand Prize is valued at up to $120.00 and contains:

1- ImpressArt alphabet set of the winner’s choice
1- ImpressArt Steel Stamping Block, small
1- ImpressArt Metal Stamping Hammer
1- ImpressArt Stamp Straight Tape
An Assortment of metal discs
To enter the contest, you must go to the following link and follow the directions:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/ImpressArt/155664424487844?sk=app_194975693850063

7 thoughts on “Stamped Metal Pendant and SteamPunk Pin

  1. Niki…both projects are wonderful. I really like how you used the metal blanks as wings and how you used the number stamps to texture them. So happy that you were able to participate in this hop with us!

  2. Very nice projects Niki. I really enjoy seeing how differently everyone used the stamps and pieces.

  3. Hi Niki – I adore the necklace! I think my two baby girls would love one of their own! What glue did you use for the gems that would stay on the metal? I love both projects! Great job!

    Thanks, kg

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