It's Pirate Tilda... joining us this week @ Stamp With Fun :-D
This week @ SWF we have the following sketch:
So cute and so easy to follow... so here's my take:
But as always, I wanted to make something different, so I found this cute free pirate clip art over the Internet, downloaded it, and using the paper piecing technique, I made the Pirate Ship. Using my MS's Scoring Board, I embosed the entire ship (to add texture to it), and with a small circle punch and black cardstock, I punched four circles (yes, there are four, only that there's one behind Tilda!) to make the ship's windows.
For the sails I used canvas fabric, which I died using Distress Inks... and then adhered them to my card with fabric adhesive and dimensionals (to make them pop-up out of the card). The rest is regular cardmaking/scrapbooking techniques and supplies.
Now don't forget to take the challenge @ Stamp With Fun... there's always a nice price! ;-D
- Patterned Paper - Fancy Pants, Bo Bunny
- Stamp - Pirate Tilda by Magnolia
- Inks - Jet Black StazOn, Tim Holtz's Distress Inks (Hat & Boots: Black Soot; Hair: Antique Linen, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain; Skin: Tattered Rose, Vintage Photo; Cheeks: Worn Lipstick; Blouse: Faded Jeans, Bundled Sage; Pants: Tea Dye, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain), ColorBox Chestnut Pigment Pad, Antique White Acrylic Paint
- Rhynestones - Magnolia
- Other - Martha Stewart's Scoring Board, paper flowers, ribbon, Stickles, canvas fabric, small circle punch