February 6, 2013

Flapper Banner

Today I would like to share with you a project that I created some time back using the "Flapper Fashions" and placing those beauties on a banner!  This was one of those projects that I had no idea where I was going and one thing lead to another and here is the end result!
Each of the Flapper Girls were stamped, colored and fussy cut and placed on an Artful Dwelling die cut, which was black paper embossed with clear EP and edged in gold.  This was placed on a larger Artful Dwelling which was painted in a Gold Metallic Paint, and then covered with alcohol inks (Purple Twilight, Black, Espresso, Salmon, Red Pepper), Blending Solution and Gold Fixative.  After inked and dried, it was embossed using Tim's Checker Board Texture Fade, die cut scalloped edge, lightly sanded and edged in gold pen. 
Here is an angular view of one of my Flappers!  This really was one of those fun projects that just kind of took off on its own. 

Many thanks for stopping by today and don't forget to pull out those lovely AO stamps and play along in the "February Referral Program." 

Designer:  Terry Horrall
Terry's Work In Progress

10 comments:

Buttons said...

What a fantastic banner Terry! Love all the embossing and these beautiful ladies. Thinking of you and Fred and hoping for some improvement. Hugs, Jenny x

butterfly said...

Fabulous flappers, Terry! I love the layered Artful Dwellings framing, and glamorous gilding, and the flappers themselves look gorgeous - especially love those flashes of red! This is just great...
Alison x

Beth said...

Wow Terry that is one fabulous banner GF love the 20's theme beautiful work as always.

2amscrapper said...

Wonderful--love the textured layers and those fabulous flappers!

Kate said...

Just gorgeous, Terry. I love the individual flappers in each pendant. Also, I love the gold words and the embossed checkerboard background!

cmoh said...

How much fun is this! I love the 1920's era and the images are perfect. Love the banner. Just a perfect and fun piece.

Hugs
Caroline

Shelly Schmidt said...

How awesome is this! I love the banner idea and the details are fantastic!

Michele said...

this is beyond gorgeous! so elegant. masterful! xo

Sandi McLean said...

I love a banner of any sort and this one is just lovely! All of that texture..the whole piece is quite stunning and different! Hugs

Brenda Brown said...

Fabulous banner, so cleverly put together Terry.
hugs [brenda] x0x