Here are a couple of cards that I made....
1st - for a sketch challenge on Paper Craft Planet...
Ms. December - Erika
The Bombshell Design Team Members are
bringing you a fabulous hop each Wednesday!
Start at any of the Design Team Member Blogs and take a peek at their Hump Day project. Leave them a comment and tell them what you think about it! Then follow the links to the other DT member blogs and leave them comments. The more comments you make, the more entries you will have to win a great prize from Bombshell Stamps at the end of the month!
This week we each have our own -thang- goin on!!
For this first week, I wanted to send out a little ?WooHoo?
to the other DT members.
With this little Congratulations on Your Accomplishment card !!
Miss Bombshell is wearing a lovely full length evening gown made from DCWV metallic cardstock.
Her shoes are black with a hint of silver glamour.
She sends big hugs and kisses to everyone!
The key to dressing these bombshells are the arms.
To make it easier it helps if she has a sleeve,
spaghetti strap or in this case, a sash.
You can use the arms from the final stamp or a second stamp.
Start with a stamped image.
I would also color her skin first. It is easier to work with a larger piece.
Remove the arm at different spots depending
on how she will be dressed.
You may only need to replace the hands, like in this example.
Its easiest to design the clothes with tracing paper or vellum. You could even use a transparency so that it would be easier to reuse. This part is up to you, what do you want her to look like??
Also, keep those mis-stamped images for
*body parts* lets not waste girls!!
So now.....add your comment and then hop on over to the other Bombshell DT Member blogs,
and don't forget to join us again next week!
Ok, I felt like being in a pretty mood today.
So I made a pretty card.
Bombshell Stamps have the coolest stamps....
but they can also be used to make your world pretty too!
This project uses the Butterfly Queen stamp set.
It is also all scraps (doin' the Green thing)
The butterflies and flowers were stamped on vellum.
It is hard to see in the picture, but it has a cool muted look in person.
Try it sometime. Just remember to use an ink that won't bleed or smear.
Do a test first. I set mine with a heat gun before coloring just to be safe,
and I like using the heat gun!
I hope everyone got to all the blogs on our bloghop yesterday!!
There were a few late posts, so if you missed one try again.
Next week, keep an eye out for a fun tutorial when we play
dress-up!! (just a little hint.....)
Thanks for the wonderful comments.
I met a lot of new people and will be visiting all of your websites
over the next day or two leaving you some love also!!
The Bombshell Design Team Members are doing a fabulous hop every Wednesday!
Here's how it works:
Start at any of the Design Team Member Blogs and take a peek at their Hump Day project. Leave them a comment and tell them what you think about it!
Then follow the links to the other DT member blogs and leave them comments.
The more comments you make, the more entries you will have to win a great prize from Bombshell Stamps at the end of the month!
This week all of our projects are based on Ms. September's Challenge.
Ms September is Sarah K. Her challenge is to make a project inspired by a movie.
Her blog is HERE
Here's what I came up with:
My movie inspiration was the Tales of Rat Fink. A cool movie about Ed "Big Daddy" Roth.
The colors used in a lot of his art were red, green and purple.
There were flaming eyeballs and flames everywhere.
I am purchasing a copy of it for my dad's birthday, and thought this card would work perfectly!
Now that you've seen my take on the challenge, add your comment and then hop on over to the other Bombshell DT Member blogs, and don't forget to join us again next week!
Their blogs are listed right there on the side ======== >
Be sure to stop by next Wednesday (or before then) and I will have up a great
project and tutorial...Its ready....and it's CUTE!!