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Group One
In & Out of Studio 3D
Tuesday, 10 May 2016
Working a Little Harder
Topic: Pretty Paper

This is the last project I make using this tic-tac-toe board

 

Felt                    Stamp                Butterfly

 

Twine                 Summer              Buttons

 

Stickers            Design Paper          Stripes

 

I used the center column for Stamp, Summer and Design Paper.

when I thought about the theme of 'summer' my mind immediately went to the beach. I decided to use the design paper to create a scene. There are 4 papers used: lace for the beach, swirls which I cut to resemble waves on which I added paint for whitecaps, a teal dot for the sky and doily print from which I punches two sizes of circles and arranged them to create clouds.

The stamps I used are that of the text, which has some added fill-in on the letters using black pen, and the grouping of seashells. I used Distress markers to color the shells and add a shadow underneath them.


A tan base card matches the front seashell.

Ddd

 

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PDT

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