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In & Out of Studio 3D
Sunday, 31 October 2010
Cops & Robbers
Topic: Dry Embossing

Ooooh, Lookie! A BONUS POSTING!

I wanted to share our Halloween 'costumes' for a party. We went as 'cops and robbers' and the scary thing is that we dressed 90% from things around the house and our own wardrobe! I did buy my shirt from Goodwill, bought hubby's ski mask for 40% off, I made his swag-bag and my badge:

I just noticed he forgot to put on his black gloves for the picture: 

For his bag, I used an old T-shirt turned upside down, stitched and cut off the collar and sleeves. It is stuffed with poly-fill and I hung jewelery coming out of the center.

For my badge I used gold foil cardstock, cut with a nestability die, placed another nestability die and re-cut the top, ran it through a Tim Holtz Texture Fades embossing folder, cut a ring of more gold cardstock. placed a silver Dazzles sticker in the center, creased on the embossed lines, attached 'stacked' craft foam to the back to hold the shape, and attached a pin back.

Here is the front:

the stacked foam support shown from the top end

and the back

We both had little squirt guns in holsters but never had occasion to use them!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 11:13 PM PDT

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