Wednesday, January 18, 2017

This Wednesday...a darling purse....

Hi to you all, 
today I have a cute gift box purse for anyone young or old of heart to remember the days of fairytale darling butterfly  dreams...
Dreaming and pondering, the darling butterfly wonders that have been and gone
 and the ones yet to come.
Have fun.....


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Other Products Used:
Derwnet Ink-tense watercolor pencils
The Darlings:-
- On the tree stump - 
Scarlet pink 0320, apple green 1400, light olive 1540, willow 1900, golden yellow 0230, iris blue 0900. 
- In the grass - 
shritz 0600, apple green 1400, light olive 1540 cadmium yellow 0210. 
- The flowers:- 
Purple- deep violet 0760, sherbet lemon 0100. 
- The leaves: 
felt green 1530, light olive 1540. 
- The grass- 
red violet 0610, sherbet lemon 0100, light olive 1540, apple green 1400, felt green 1530. 
- The toadstool:- 
modder brown 1920, neutral grey 2120, Ionian green 1320, apple green 1400.

Paper: Lilac card stock, Aquarelle paper 170 gm. Ranger: Stickles: Orange peel, Star-dust. Dusty concord distress Ink, Foam Inking tool. Bone folder, Water coloring brush, Scissors. Other: Self-adhesive Velcro, Fussy Cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Double Sided 3d Foam Tape, Spellbinder die S5-259 Favorably simple gift box, Black archival ink,


Instructions:
The finished size of the purse when finished is 12 cm x 12 cm x 5 cm. NOTE: All the stamping is done with the arrival black ink and on the aquarelle paper.
Click   HERE  to see how this box is put together.
Using the Lilac card stock die cut the purse base. Ink the edges of the purse with the Dusty concord distress ink.. Adhere only the purse bottom base together at this stage.  I used double sided tape and wet glue to make this strong. Taking the design paper pad, find the pink toned paper with the shutter, tree and flower print, die cut the lace backgrounds using both the dies from the Rain drops on roses die set. Ink the edges of these die cuts with the dusty concord ink. Lay the purse flat to adhere a lace background on each side of the purse. Stamp, color, then die cut all the images for this project. ( Make sure you have more than enough of the images, there are a lot of layers used. ) For the purse front, adhere the grass to the purse, trimming as you go, making lots of layers. Using two darling images adhere to the foot of the purse with 3d tape. Arrange and tuck the stemmed flowers and leaves at both sides of the purse. Do the same for the back of the purse. The darling has two wing layers. Cut the wings away from the darling image and adhere to the back of the full image. Once all is dry and secure, complete the construction of the purse. Apply a small dot or square Velcro to fasten the purse closure. Add a large leaf cluster and a shaped single flower to one side of the closure. Apply clear drying glue to the foot of both sides of the purse then sprinkle go man go prills on the glue line. Do the same on the darlings dandelion, using the silver lining color for this. To finish, apply star dust and orange peel stickles to the flower centers and grass flowers. Star dust stickles to the wings and toadstool spots.


Aren't these toadstools cute!...love the stickles on the spots...and what about those wings....all surgery and glittery...made for anyone that is addicted to bling and glitter.


Here's a close up of the darling in the grass


Details of the wild grass placements. Stamp, die cut and colour more than you need, then you can trim them to add lots and lots of layers to the work.


Here you see the colouring, these flowers are so cute. A delight to work with.One can never have enough flowers for projects....You also see the edges are inked, this gives a nice finish for a block coloured card stock.

This sure is a fun collection. Last week the cottage, this week a purse. This purse makes a wonderful gift packaging...sure will make any little sweet heart jump with joy and glee.

Next week more of this collection...till then,
scrappy inky hugs from me...xoxxo


2 comments:

  1. This is so pretty! So much attention to detail. I love those sweet little flowers!

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