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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Laser Cut Hearts Corset


I was Looking at my More Amore specialty Paper and noticed that when 
each Heart was turned upside down it took on a new perspective.

Just because Valentines Day is over doesn't mean you
can't use hearts. I was determined to once again
S T R E T C H
the way I would use this fabulous paper pack!

Now I did have a little help with the idea....

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Splitcoast Stampers Tues. Color Challenge

bashful blue
raspberry ripple


primrose petals

and the
"IN STITCHES" # PP135
challenge @


If you count the number of scallops from the center of the bust (7)
on each side, then cut at an angle to the center you will have the
top piece of the corset. The leftover of the heart flipped
in the other direction is used for the bottom.
Place the corner of a white piece of paper over the 
leftover heart piece to create the bottom point of the corset.
NOW YOU ARE THE DESIGNER...
cut your torso what ever shape you wish.
Add loops of stitched straps, draw stitching lines and
add your sponged edges to give it more shape.


Some of the Products used today 
(you can click on the images to view product details)
Scallop Trim Corner Punch - by Stampin' Up!

Primrose Petals 3/8 Stitched Satin Ribbon
More Amore Specialty Designer Series Paper



The sentiment comes from the FREE SALE-A-BRATION set
VINTAGE VERSES

found HERE

Thank you for visiting today, feel free to make comments or 
ask questions in the COMMENTS SECTION at the end of this post

3 comments:

  1. So creative, Pam! You have quite an eye to find that in the Specialty DSP! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players this week.

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  2. LOL! LOVE this...so clever, creative and risque!!! You really are getting a lot of use out of your paper!! Fun creation! Thanks for playing with my stitchy challenge this week!

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  3. Absolutely adorable, Pam! Way to think outside of the box! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!

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