Sunday, January 29, 2017

A Sale-a-bration Combination

What do you get when you combine 3 SAB stamps, and 1 SAB DSP with 1 Occasions stamp and 1 Occasions DSP.  Sounds crazy, right?
Well, I guess I'm crazy because that is what I did this evening.  If nothing else, it shows how seamlessly one can use different SU stamps and not be able to tell the difference.

The Tee shirt was stamped onto Watermelon Wonder cardstock, die cut and then adhered to Whisper White cardstock the background of which had been stamped with Peek a boo Peach ink and the "dot" stamp from the Avante Garden stamp set (SAB). A sentiment from the Designer Tee (SAB) stamp set was stamped onto the Tee shirt.

This art piece was matted with Pacific Point cardstock. A piece of Gold Metallic ribbon was wrapped around one end and a shorter piece was tied around it and tied into a knot.

The base card stock is Watermelon Wonder, layered with Whisper White which had been stamped randomly with the tiny stamps from the Any Occasion stamp set.  Four of these tiny stamps were placed on an acrylic block and using Peek a boo ink they were stamped randomly over the entire surface of this layer.

A 3 1/2 by 1 3/4" of Party Animal DSP (Occasions) matted with Pacific Point cardstock was adhered vertically on the left side of the Whisper White layer. On top of this was placed a similar size of Carried Away DSP (SAB) also matted with Pacific Point cardstock.

The art piece was adhered over these 2 layers with dimensionals.

Three flowers punched with the Petite Flower punch were clustered in the left corner of the art piece. Rhinestones were added to their centers.

Sup plies Used:
Stamps: Avante Garden, Any Occasion, Designer Tee, Custom Tee
Inks: Black Memento, Peek a boo Peach
Papers: Watermelon Wonder, Whisper White, Pacific Point, Party Animal DSP, Lift Me Up DSP
Accessories: T Builder framelit, Petite Petal Punch, 3/8" gold metallic ribbon, rhinestones, dimensionals, glue dots

Post a Comment
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...