Greetings Chris here sharing this “masterpiece” I created using the Stamperia Atelier Collection Papers. The whole time I was creating this I kept thinking Masterpiece??? but I am still a work in progress! So I decided to document that.
The Stamperia Bordure Carved Shapes
Distress ink, burlap scraps, jute, buttons, paper doilies, stitches stamps, gold ink, corrugated paper, metal key and keyhole, pearls, Kraft Card stock
Creating your Masterpiece
Day 1: Start by adding Stamperia Gold Cream Paste into your Stamperia Laces Mould. Be sure to apply generously. Let dry overnight.
Day 2: After your impression is dry, Gently peel away your Texture impression.
Trim edges off to leave lace. Set aside.
Next, tear a piece of corrugated paper and ink ridges using gold ink.
Then add your “lace’ impression to your card stock. Notice how I cut away a piece I knew was going to be covered and saved it for a future project. Add inked corrugated paper over edge. Stamp random stitches around your card stock edges in gold/brown ink. (I inked stamp with both colors.
Cut a card from your Stamperia Atelier Paper Pad. I added a notebook border punch to the top edge. Stamp Masterpiece quote and adhere to you background. Add burlap scraps to paper as shown.
Cut your large Mannequin from Stamperia Atelier Paper Pad
Dress up your Mannequin as desired. I added jute, papaper lace doilies, pearls, gold buttons and stamped stitches. Then, I added a keyhole for “my belt”. I just love all the details!
Add Stamperia Atelier Mannequin to your page.
Take your Stamperia Bordure Carved Shapes, distress ink and Prima Art Alchemy- Gold Rush. Recolor your Carved shapes adding gold accents shown.
Adhere Carved shape over quote. Stamp random stitches around your card stock edges in gold/brown ink. (I inked stamp with both colors.) Add key with jute bow to finish your project. Here is a close up of my finished Masterpiece.
Thank you for joining me today!
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This is so cool! I absolutely love every aspect of it! You have inspired me!ReplyDelete