Stampendous Blog Hop Day 2


Welcome back to day two of the Stampendous, Chameleon blog hop, Annette and Kasia  join us today with this super cute dog card and a Santa Card ready for Christmas.

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Thank you by: Annette Allen

Chameleon Pens Deluxe Set, Chameleon Color Tone Pens Refills: Spring Meadow (YG3), Crimson Red (RD4), Grass Green (GR3) Fawn (NU3), Bubble Gum (PK3) and Aqua Marine (BG4). Perfect Paper Crafting Mini Perfect Layers, Stampendous Say It Today stamp set, Stampendous Cling Pop Up Puppies, Stampendous Pop Up Puppies Die Cut Set, Stampendous Dreamweaver White Embossing Paste, Paste Spreader and Stencil, Reverse Confetti die, The Twinery Solid Natural twine, Tsukineko Memento tuxedo black ink pad, Neenah white card-stock and American Crafts foam adhesives.


1) Make card from card-stock, cut a separate piece of card-stock measuring 4.25″x5.5″

2) Using washi-tape or any removable tape place on top and bottom of stencil then place stencil on top of card-stock that was cut to size.

3) On a separate surface place some embossing paste and add one drop of Chameleon Pens refillable ink and mix together. The color will not be true since you are mixing with white paste. The color will be very light almost pastel.

4) Using Dreamweaver Paste Spreader gently spread across stencil. Repeat process for all colors then let dry for 1 hour or use heat gun to set.

5) Stamp image and color infusing pen for 5-10 seconds in each section of the face and feet.

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6) Using matching dies cut out images. Die cut shape for sentiment.then stamp sentiments and adhere images to top of die cut.

7) Wrap twine and tie bow around die cut. Once Stenciled background is dry trim each side by an 1/8th using your Perfect Paper Crafting layers. Adhere stenciled background to card and adhere die cut with foam tape to give dimension.

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Supplies: Chameleon Color Tone Pens Deluxe Set, Spring Green (YG3), Crimson Red, Hot Cocoa (BR2), Fawn(NU3), Bisque (NU1), Olive Green (OL3), Stampendous Dear Santa stamp, Perfect Cutting Mat, Crystals.

1) Stamp image onto white card and color. fussy cut around the image.
2) Put a strip of patterned paper onto the card base, and cut circles of various sizes the add to card. Adhere Santa Claus using dimensional tape, add some crystals, and sentiment.

Annette’s card is perfect for a dog loving friend and Kasia’s gives a great head start on those Christmas designs, now how would you like to have the chance to play with these pens? We have a great prize draw where you can win a 5 pack of Chameleon Pens of your choice and some Stampendous goodies. To enter just leave a comment at the end of this blog post and sign up for our newsletter HERE, the draw will remain open until Midnight GMT on the 20th July and the winner will be announced on the blog.

Now to hop on over to Stampendous to see what the designers from our hop partners have created.


45 Comments on “Stampendous Blog Hop Day 2”

  1. Katie B.

    These projects look wonderful! I am in love with that background behind the doggie! The colors, wow! And that dog stamp is so cute too. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  2. barb macaskill

    Greetings from Vermont! What beautiful cards!! I love the idea of using the refill inks to color embossing paste! That way everything can match! Love the puppy card and the Santa card is gorgeous!!! TFS!

  3. Barbara G.

    Greeting from sunny Florida! I love the idea of new colors for my white embossing paste. I hope I get to try the pens soon to see if I can even come close to these inspirational examples.

  4. rosalie

    Christmas in July is good and the puppy is darling! Would do a neat job coloring if I won those magic Chameleon pens that make it easier! I would love to be a winner and thanks so much for this chance!

  5. Joyce Nakaoka

    Wow!! These pens are remarkable! It would be awesome for a chance to win this set. I’m very intrigued my these markers and I’m curious on how they blend compared to other alcohol markers in the market.

  6. christi

    love the markers, they are so cool. I really want a set but they are I=out of my range. and skill =I think too.

  7. Sharon Brand

    Two gorgeous cards with fantastic colouring and shading. Would love a set of these lovely pens.
    From Ontario, Canada

  8. kimba

    Love the cards! Really love the unique color of the Chameleon Markers!!! This is such a bold look.
    Thank you! Can’t wait to try them out. North Carolina-USA

  9. D.Ann C

    I love that pup!! Fab background, too! My takeaway from this hop so far… add a drop of refill to embossing paste for terrific backgrounds!!

  10. Viki B

    Greetings from Wichita, KS! These are such cute cards! I love the pop- up puppies. They are so adorable! What a great Santa scene! I can’t wait to try these pens for myself.

  11. Michele Hudson

    Thank you for sharing this lovely card design using the Chameleon pens! I am from Texas in the USA.

  12. Michele Hudson

    Thank you for sharing these lovely card designs using the Chameleon pens! I am from Texas in the USA.

  13. Mary Holshouser

    Glad to be getting Christmas card ideas now. Won’t be long and a final selection for this year’s card will have to be made.
    I loved Annette’s little yorkie. He looks a lot like the one that is living with me (and ruling the dog house).
    thanks for sharing some great ideas. The coloring is fantastic. These pens seem to be so easy to use.

  14. Janet Cobb

    Good morning from eastern North Carolina! I love these adorable cards…especially that cute little doggy! Already receive the newsletter!

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  16. TracyM #6773

    FABULOUS cards!!!
    LOVE Annette’s CUTE pooch and GORGEOUS background!!!
    Kasia’s Christmas scene is SO SWEET, the shading gives so much dimension!!!
    PS – I’m already a follower via Bloglovin’ and subscribed to your newsletter

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