November 8, 2015

Form in Fashion

HELLO HELLO &  Happy Sunday!!  Thanks for joining me today as I share the final card in the trio of fashion cards I made using our new Vintage Fashion stamp set. 


Oh, the pink of it all!!  These cards definitely brought out the girlie-girl in me with all of the fashion inspired images!  Oooo La La, indeed!!


This card is using the last piece of master board I made for all of the backgrounds and I'm using more of my coffee stained manila stock and vellum in this card.  I stamped the form image onto the stained manila stock with Coffee Archival and I heat embossed with clear EP.  The little labels are found in the Vintage Fashion set, too and I stamped those onto the coffee stained manila with Coffee Archival and carefully fussy cut. 

Oh, I almost forgot! I had heat embossed a piece of manila stock with black EP then I used a form image die to get the stand part.  I mounted it to the background panel with foam dots. 


More stamping onto stained vellum and fussy cutting, a run or two through my sewing machine and this card is done.  I didn't want to over embellish, so I added just a few mini self-adhesive pearls.  Tre Chic!! 

I can't wait to be back next week with another project made with one of our New October Releases!  I'm getting myself more into the Christmas-project-making-mood and I've already given you a sneak peek of the ornaments I've made, but those images in the Go Team set are so perfect for these cooler Autumn days!  Oh Gosh, I guess you're just going to have to come back next week to see what I share :) 

OH--speaking of sharing!!  Share your AO Art with us and join our Show Us Your AO Art Challenge.  The theme is Anything Goes, but you must feature Artistic Outpost stamps in your creation.  We're only 8 days into the challenge month, so you've got plenty of time to create a project using your favorite Artistic Outpost images and join! 

Designer: Shari Trumbull
Ain't That Artsy Fartsy

1 comment:

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

So feminine and exceptionally pretty.
I like the way you used a die-cut of the dressform, paired with the A.O. stamp and that you simply embellished with the pearls, allowing the stamping to truly shine on this card.
Wishes
Lynne