Good Evening! We are thrilled that another of our wonderful designers is staying on the team…
Nicole Diedrichs [also known as STEMPELFRIDA!]
Nicole is on our BLOGGING TEAM!
We love Nicole’s amazing cards, fantastic gelli prints and wonderful use of layers!
My passion for paper led me to fall head over heels in love with stamping. I mainly make cards and I guess they are clean, neat, crisp and flashy… mostly! And you can be sure I will surprise you once in a while!
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Oh, I tell you, it is sooooo sooooo sad that these stamped shirts are not real shirts. On the other hand: My closet would burst at the seams.
When I made this card, I had so much fun. It’s so cool to create t-shirts with this set! I actually couldn’t stop at all. I hope you can see that a little bit in my collage. I made the “fabric” for the shirt using the shaving cream technique and the “Ripped Fishnet” stencil from Visible Image. I thought it looked so mega – a bit like snakeskin. That was perfect in combination with the lips. I stamped the shirt onto this background and fussy-cut it
I stamped the lips in a shade of red and colored them with polychromos. Then I also fussy-cut them and glued them on the shirt. That way I didn’t have to use masking techniques and the lips stand out more. So really yummy! For the background of my card, I took a design paper with a very lightly hinted pattern and stamped the saying many times on it. I used a greyish tone for it so that it would not be too bold. After this was dry, I stamped the dots from the set “Grunge Tones” with Versamark and embossed them in a burgundy tone.
I still had a bit of the “shirt fabric” left. From it I cut banners and stapled them to the card.
Memento – espresso truffle
Stampin Up – ruby red
Pearlustre Hessonite 230
Polychromos 101, 131, 124, 225, 180, 280