Saturday, March 11, 2017

Tee Shirt Ballerina

One of the cards made in class this week was made using the Custom Tee stamp set with its coordinating framelits. Although one card was made I always review other applications of the stamp set.  The students were brain storming various ideas, and one of the ideas was to use the Tee shirt to make a Ballerina dancer.
This is what I came up with:

The bottom of the Blushing Bride Tee was curved, then the Tee was embossed with the dots embossing folder.
I used the retired Blossom Builder Punch to create the Skirt.  5 Large and 5 small petals were punched using Vellum card stock.  The reverse side of each petal was sponged with Sweet Sugarplum ink after which they were adhered to the underside of the Tee as shows above.
Pearls were placed on some of the petals, and a string of pearls around the neck.
A 1/8" gold ribbon was tied around the waist, and 3 vellum flowers added to one side.

The completed outfit was adhered to a stitched oval die cut, which was added to an embossed piece of  Whisper White cardstock. This was adhered to the Sweet Sugarplum base.

Supplies Used:
Stamp: Custom Tee
Inks: Sweet Sugarplum, Black Memento
Papers: Blushing Bride, Vellum, Whisper White, Sweet Sugarplum
Accessories: T-Shirt Builder Framelits, Blossom Builder Punch (R), Pearls, 1/4" gold ribbon, Dots embossing folder, Confetti Embossing Folder

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