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In & Out of Studio 3D
Friday, 9 September 2011
Blue Jeans Baby
Topic: 3D paperwork

Well, this is a bit different interpretation of the topic 3D paperwork, but it applies in an oblique sort of way.

I started with a piece of printed scrapbook paper that looks like denim. Then I used copic markers to add shading that would create seams, folds, and top-stitching. Voila! A jeans pocket! I added three antique silver brads to serve as rivets and then sliced along the top edge of the large pocket. By placing a lining paper behind and raising the two side edges on foam squared the pocket actually stands out from the jeans (actual 3D).

I had a sticker that matched the color and look of leather so I placed that on the 'waistband' to serve as both text and the jeans label. The jeans are mounted on a printed cardstock with antique script and this is what appears on the back of the card as well. The inside of the card matches the inside of the pocket lining.

I created a tag out of mulberry paper to look like a hankie in the pocket.

However, it is reversible and has some of the text cardstock on the back so it can also look like there is a note in the pocket.

This was actually used for a Father's Day card and a gift card was tucked into the pocket behind the tag.

Ddd

 

 

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 6:00 AM PDT
Updated: Friday, 9 September 2011 9:07 AM PDT

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