Remember this post? When I went all background attack on an innocent piece of white cardstock and created this?
Well DOH! and behold, I forgot to post what I made from that glorious piece of no-longer-white cardstock goodness. So here goes!
I used it to decorate my ZBecky Brown purse!
First I used a Clear Paintables from Prima, which was colored in places using metallic and pearl Paint pens. I cut it into quarters and placed it at the front, back and sides of the purse design on top of the stamped cardstock.
Next, I cut two long scrollwork pieces from blue embossing foil (Amaco) using Spellbinders' Illuminations die. This is a 12" die, so two passes created all I needed to wrap around the bottom edge of my purse.
I cut and embossed a piece of cardstock and blue embossing metal foil (Amaco) with the Spellbinders' Label One die. I used these as the backdrop for my glorious butterfly charm from Rennaissance Art Stamps, which I colored with Copic Markers.
Finally, I topped it off with a large flower from Prima, sprayed with Glimmer Mist and a couple of metal charms.
Everywhere I go, from the grocery store to the bank, somebody always comments on this purse. And the beauty of it is I can pull it all out and start over in the Spring with a new design.
I saw the ZBecky purses for a good price at Stampington.com recently btw, if you would like to get one of these acrylic purses.
Surround yourself with the things that you love, in every aspect of your life. Whether it's your coffee mug, your purse or your checkbook cover – embellish something and make it a part of your every day. It feels good!
And check out Spellbinder's Blog. Today is the beginning of their 5th Anniversary Blog Party!!! Lots of prizes too. I'll be posting my Spellbinder's sneak peak artwork on the 17th.