Thursday, August 2, 2012

Art Impressions Challenge - Stitching or Fabric



For this weeks AI challenge - Stitching or Fabric, I wanted to make sure that the Mad Rider looks fashionable as she rides down the street with her cute kitty cat, who is holding on for dear life.




I used StazOn black ink to stamp the image onto fabric. A Stamp-A-Ma-Jig was helpful in ensuring I stamped on the part of the fabric I wanted.


Next, I cut around the images and glued them onto a piece of cardstock - this will give the fabric stability with I cut the images out.


I stamped the image onto a piece of Cryogen and colored the base image with my Spectrum Noir Markers.    I cut out the complete image and each fabric piece. I edged all the pieces with a LePlumeII black marker.


To create her background scene, I used the Fence, Giant Oak Tree and Clouds , and then colored with markers. I stamped the Mad Ryder onto the background scene for placement also to pick up the fine lines that I did not cut out.



I adhered all the pieces together.  I used glitter pen on her earring, a glaze pen on her glasses and a white pen to add a few highlights on her bike.   On the inside I stamped kittens-- they are so darn cute!.



Please pop over to the Art Impressions challenge for this week to see a bunch of inspirational Stitching or Fabric card ideas!  You can enter for a chance to win a coupon!!

Thanks for visiting!

Take care and STAY POSITIVE!  

Trena

4 comments:

Verna Angerhofer said...

What a great card...makes me smile. And, I love the idea of using fabric to piece with. Thanks for the inspiration! She is a lady on the go for sure!

Kathy said...

This is awesome, I love it!! The tutorial is great and I want to do this. you are a great teacher!! love the card and the stamp!!
Super job!!

Crackerbox Palace Stamping Chit Chat said...

WOW GIRL, Look at you cut-it-up! Great job! AI was my first favorite stamping co. (about 14) years ago because you could build a card, not a one stamp card. You did a fab job on the paper piecing and the detail marker around the edges!!

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing.