May 24, 2013

Vacation in a Bottle

Happy New Release!  I am loving the new Artistic Outpost  Boardwalk plate.

My project features a mini-vacation in a bottle. I know I could use one of these!
I stamped the boardwalk image on misted tissue paper using black ink. I tore the edges and distressed them with a touch of brown dye ink.

I stamped the bathing beauties onto white cardstock using black ink. I cut them out using detail scissors. 

I painted a piece of white cardstock with lime green acrylic paint. I waited for it to dry and then I stamped the house using black ink and cut it out. I then stamped the sentiment on the same painted cardstock and cut it out to attach to the top of the bottle.

I stamped several of the shells on a pink and white painted background using black ink. I cut the shells out and attached them to the raffia at the top of the bottle.

I painted the cork in blue and white acrylic paints. I stamped the Atlantic City emblem and cut it out and attached it to the top of the bottle.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Suzz

Designer: Suzanne Czosek

8 comments:

Yvonne Garner said...

Hi Suzz, this is so creative! Love it. So excited about this new plate of images as Atlantic City has been a vacation destination for me since childhood. Still get there on occasion. Thanks for the memories!

Dagmar said...

Wow - that's a great scene in the bottle - absolutely fantastic framed!!

butterfly said...

This is such a fabulous make!
Alison x

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Fantastic idea and execution. Wonderful,use of the new plate Suzz. Tracy x

2amscrapper said...

nicely done!

Terry said...

So love the beach scene you created in the bottle! Fun!

Bev said...

Hi There, Well I am Absolutely Stunned. This is just AMAZING. Please don't think me Stupid, but How did you get all of That into such a Tiny Bottle? I would LOVE to TRY This Technique. Do you have a TUTORIAL?, or am I missing The Obvious.Any Help would be So Much Appreciated. Huge Thanks for Sharing.
Beverley......

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

A totally cool project - so fresh and unique!