Tuesday, December 16, 2014

looking smart

Hi Hermine here,
Don't you have the same problem or is it me. If its only me I sovled at least my own problem hahaha. When I die cut with my Vagabond I always cut some extra, you'll never know if you make a mistake, but always have some leftovers, putting them somewhere in my art room, my biggest problem is that I can;t find them anymore if I want to use them, so I stamped and gessoed on this smart handbag (a project from Club Scrap) and from now on I can put my die cuts in zipperbag and tuck them into the handbag. Works perfectly :o)











step by step:
step 1. take the project out of the packaging (maybe if you are very handy you can make one yourself) and lay flat on your worksurface. Take a stencil of The Crafters Workshop and sponge with gesso on a few places. Then stamp with different colours ink randomly on the cardboard. tamps that I used are: Harlequin diamond background 18920 , Color wheel lines 19338, Bulls eye target solid 19196Bulls eye target open 19193 , Waybill.Invoise bakcground 19416 and put the box together
step 2: stamp with Stazon black on a seperate piece of paper: Slide to unlock 19534 , NY License plate 19544 , Hello my name is tag 19540 and  Girl in princess costume 19536, cut out and colour with distress ink and a waterbrush.
step 3: glue the images onto the box. Fill it and its ready to use.


Hope you like my project.


Warmly Hermine





Used stamps:
Harlequin Diamond background 18920
Color wheel lines 19338
Waybill/Invoice background 19416
Bulls eye target solid 19196
Bulls eye target open 19193
Slide to unlock 19534
NY License Plate 19544
Hello my name is tag 19540
Girl in princess costume 19536
Stazon



5 comments:

ionabunny said...

Very cute practical art. I keep my extra cuts in a little box but keep forgetting to look there first!! Must have a look through and use a few. Hugz

Carol Porter said...

Great idea. I have to make this.

mamablitger said...

Oh what a cute bag. Serving a practical purpose and being decorative... Great combo. Thanks for sharing this great idea..
Hugs from Monica... Spain

Karenladd said...

This bag is so cute I'd be tempted to take it with me out of the house! I keep my extra die cuts in zip lock bags but don't really have a system of organizing them so I need to get something going! It doesn't help to have them if you can't find them!

by belle said...

Great idea!! Love it Hermine!