Today’s project is so very creative and we can’t get over how great it looks! We want to make a whole collection them!!! Designer Britt Bass made this from the bottom of a plastic martini glass, an empty diet drink bottle (Slim-Fast)… can you believe it!? You crafty ladies always amaze us! Great job and thanks for raising awareness for Breast Cancer!
Hampton Art Stamps: Claire’s Wings Set (CH4920); Patterned Butterflies (SC0397)
Clearsnap: (Pastel Orchid) Chalk Ink; Pigment Ink; (gold) Smooch
Cardstock: (white) Recollections
Paper: Lost and Found by My Mind’s Eye
Tools: Fiskars’ Scissors and Craft Knife
Adhesive: Mod Podge; Beacon 3-n-1 Adhesive
Other: Gems by The Paper Studio; (pink) Paint by Making Memories; Glitter by Martha Stewart; Ribbon by Created by Martha
1: Cut pieces of scrapbook paper into strips and use mod podge to cover die drink bottle with the strips. Allow to dry.
2: Stamp and fussy cut two sets of wings. Apply mod podge to dress form and wings and cover with glitter to give a frosted effect. Allow to dry.
3. Paint martini glass base with pink paint and allow to dry completely before distressing with smooch.
4: Drill a hole ( I had some assistance with this part) and fit the painted base into the bottom of the dress form.
5: Attach wings and jewels to dress form with strong adhesive. Trim and adhere ribbon and gem to finish.
Well, we hope you’re all “Thinking Pink” right now from all of the love we’ve shared on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Choose Hope Blog hop and the Craft-e-Corner projects! Both have a chance to win great prizes and we think you should definitely check them out!