Hello friends. Tonight I checked out the inspiration challenge on SCS, and as I looked at the sample inspiration pictures, I realized that I could combine this challenge with some of the others for this week. The inspiration sample that I chose to work with is a girl in a denim dress. The other challenges are mix-ability (rip it, paste it, ink it), free for all (geometrically speaking), ways to use it (girls rule), and technique lovers (transform a map).
I started with a white card base. I had a photo copy of an old map, so I tore it into strips, inked the edges with vintage photo ink and glued the strips to my card base. Then I inked over the whole thing with faded jeans ink.
I traced around the insert from a used tape roll on some denim from an old pair of jeans and then cut out the circles. I could have used a die and my cuttlebug, but was too lazy to pull them out.
I chose a lady stamp from Stampendous. I stamped her on white card stock with jet black archival ink, traced around a small container, and cut that out. Then I sponged faded jeans all around the circle, just leaving her face uninked.
The sentiment is from Cornish Heritage Farms. Both the lady and sentiment circles are popped up on dimensional tape.
I gave the card a bit of a frame by adding the fancy photo corner punches.
Thanks for checking in.