Sunday, 10 April 2011

Fashion and Ladies

Perfect challenge for me at the moment from "Sir Stamp a lot challenge blog" door's daughter's birthday is next week. She is a fashion design student at Birmingham Uni so this is the perfect theme for her birthday card....I am totally assuming that she doesn't have my blog addy so she shouldn't see this before I post the real thing next door!! There's a long story behind this card...and it took ages to make...dies/punches from all over the place, eco acrylic pants, backing papers from the treasury a few custom stamps. Patty showed me a fun way to make flowers with a reverse pair of tweezers and I thought I could use this to make a floaty skirt that would go well with my recently purchased Tim Holtz dummy die....this is the result. Just need to make a box to deliver it in now!


Zoechaos said...

Stunning card Sue love the dress and all the vibrant colours really energetic Fabulous. XOXO Zoe

Lesley said...

Sue! This is absolutely scrumptious!!! Delightful and unique. Just lovely

Clare *Littlebear* said...

Oh wow, this is fabulous Sue, just perfect for our challenge at Sir Stampalot this month - thank you for joining us.
I am sure you daughter is going to be wowed by it too!
Clare x

brenda said...

Fabulous and imaginative work Sue, I absolutely love it.

And it will be perfect for the students birthday, sure she will really appreciate it.

Thank you so much for sharing with us at Stampalot challenge this month.

B x

pinky said...

Wow Sue this is such an excellent creation. I love how you made the dress and love the muted colours. Thanks for sharing at Sir Stampalot this month.

Francesca said...

Absolutely beautiful creation

Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot challenge this month and good luck!


Tracy said...

A creative and pretty creation. Totally gorgeous. Thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge with this great entry, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Sally H said...

What a beautiful card!I love the colours! Thanks for sharing at sir stampalot and good luck!

Lucy Edmondson said...

This is fantastic, Sue! Love it!

Lucy x