A couple years ago I sent Stampin' Up! a few samples of cards etc. to have a chance to demonstrate at Leadership. At the last minute I added a Diorama amongst the cards, and I will be darned if that is not what they wanted me to demo. They changed the name to Peek-a-Boo cards, I have the sign that was on my booth hanging in my studio. I also did up an easy to follow tutorial here at Splitcoast Stampers. Added since original post: My friend Dawn Griffith has done an awesome video tutorial here - so go check that out, she did an amazing job teaching this technique, you the video tute queen Dawn.
So one of the Hanna Stamps! challenges is to make anything but a card and well that was easy enough. Sharon came over today and visited, and after she left..for the second time…hee!hee! I whipped this up…fun! fun! Some sets just lend themselves to a diorama…and I knew I wanted to do a bowling one!
Stamp Set: Hanna Bowling (Hanna Stamps!)
Paper: Blush Blossom, Real Red (you can't see it, it is what I backed the DSP with to make it heaftier) Gina K Luxury paper, Gutterball paper
Ink: Memento Tuxedo, Copics, art pen
Misc: white gel pen, 1 1/4" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch
These cards are so much fun and they lay flat so you can mail them.
I just drew it in with an art pen and a ruler and colored with copics…Voila'
That's the other team yelling "Gutter Ball!!" but it looks like a strike to me!
Now go and look at your stamps in a whole other way, and make one…or two…or three.
If you make one up make sure you come back and tell me and link to your blog so I can go check it out. If you don't have a blog then upload it to Splitcoast Stampers or Paper Craft Planet (if you upload to PCP make sure to tag your card dioramacards – just like that small letters and no spaces and I will snag it and add it to the album)
Well I hope you have enjoyed looking at my diorama as much as I liked making it…I have a few more I gotta make for a special project…I'll show you those at a later time!
Have a fantastic Friday and thanks for stopping in!