Monday, September 21, 2009

Welcome to the 2nd Bombshell Hump Day Hop 9-16-09

The Bombshell Design Team Members are 
bringing you a fabulous hop each 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!

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This week we each have our own -thang- goin on!!

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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.

Directions:

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.

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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!

Kathi
Nicole
Glittery Katie
Angela
Terra
Mary G
Gabby
Anam

1 comment:

  1. 21 comments from webs.com page

    Loading...reply | Gail B 5 days ago by mrsgcb@gmail.com
    great paper piecing
    reply | Angela Knopf 5 days ago by inkybutton@mac.com
    What a great tutorial. Love how you've managed to make changing outfits so effortless. Thanks!! Oh, and I LOVE the sash too.
    reply | StampinCathy 5 days ago by stampincmeyers@yahoo.com
    This is just fabulous and so inspiring. Great tutorial too!
    reply | GlitteryKatie 5 days ago by thecelticwitch@googlemail.com
    Sooooo cute!!!
    *kt adds another Bombshell to her LONG list* LOL
    reply | Sheri Gilson 5 days ago by sheri_gilson@sbcglobal.net
    Great card!! Love the paper piecing!!
    reply | Nicole Maki 5 days ago by nicolemaki@mac.com
    Thanks for breaking the dressing down for us. I must take a crack at it one of these days.

    Great card and congratulations to you too.
    reply | Gabby 5 days ago by GabrielaArriaza@msn.com
    Super cool! Great paper piecing!
    reply | Darsana 4 days ago by dpaglia@teampdc.com
    Great ideas thank you, so much for the information. How sweet to send a congratulations to your Bombshell teammates.
    reply | kelli 4 days ago by kelligreen2000@yahoo.com
    Love that you created clothes for her!!! I have my next set ready to be displayed. Love it!!!!
    reply | Carisa 4 days ago by czglobicki@msn.com
    awesome altering!!!
    reply | Karen Francis 4 days ago by kafranci@yahoo.com
    Nice!!! Thanks for sharing!!
    reply | Caroline 4 days ago by LinaRoundtheBlock@gmail.com
    Thanks for the tutorial on the clothes - I will totally use that!
    reply | Tara 4 days ago by purpleprincesstara@yahoo.com
    Great paper piecing!! Thanks for the tutorial!
    reply | Terra 4 days ago by zaharstudio@hotmail.com
    What a great card! I love her little sashy!!! WOO HOO!!!!
    reply | Rae Anne 4 days ago by huera90@gmail.com
    Great tutorial! Greater card! ;) MWAH!
    reply | Mary G. 4 days ago by emgee458@aol.com
    Gotta love a girl with a great wardrobe! Great job!
    reply | Kathi 4 days ago by merkattwo@yahoo.com
    Great tutorial. I really love that tailored number. She looks ready to go to work. Then she can slip into that evening gown and hit the town.

    Fun cards!
    reply | liannallama 4 days ago by liannallama@gmail.com
    wow! Thanks for the tutorial! I love how you dressed your gal--she looks fab!
    reply | Renee Drew 4 days ago by rusted222@verizon.net
    The different papers behind the main image inspire me to add more colors on my cards, instead of just putting one color on them.
    reply | Christy 4 days ago by clmclark@hotmail.com
    Love the paper piecing/paper doll affect!

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