I'm very excited about this project. It is very different for me. A few details: I broke out my foam brush, Mod Podge, and paper mache dress form. I mixed up some homemade glimmer mist(Iridescent Medium, dye reinker, and water), sprayed a white paper towel, let it dry while I was tearing up papers and and mod podging them to the dress form. Some of the blank spaces that were left I filled in with pieces of the paper towel. It turned out looking kind of like net. After the paper towel was very dry, I punched out 3 lg. flowers and 3 small flowers, peeled the paper towel apart, did some inking on the bottom part of the petals, glued the flat pearl to the small petals with Tombow glue, scrunched and attached the lg. petals and scrunched some more. Then, I stamped some words around and a small flower, attached the lace, pearls, sm. hanger brad, pins and scissors. That's pretty much the highlights. I was sticky, inky, and had stuff strewn all over the place, but this was a fun endeavor.
The longer I've looked at her this afternoon, I've decided she's pretty enough to have a name--Victoria.
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Supplies: Paper Mache dress form, Papers: Memory Works, DCWV, paper towel, Stamps: Invoke Arts, Just For Fun Stamps,Ink: Stampin Up-Rich Razzleberry, Elegant Eggplant re-inker, Iridescent Medium, Mod Podge, Sharpie Poster Paint Marker-silver, Stampin Up-Pretties Kit, Stampin Up-Fancy Flower Punch, EK Success med. flower punch, Eyelet Outlet-hanger brad, corsage pins, sm. scissors unknown, Prima-Swirly Pearls, Lace-Offray, Tombow glue.
Thanks for viewing,
Beverly G ♥