Vintage Corset by Julie Lavalette


Hi everyone, it's JULIE here today hosting. I am sharing a card with you this week with quite a lot of techniques on it. So let me take you through all my stages.


Layering my die cut corners behind my layer of card gives a different look to our corner dies.


I used my stitched rectangle as a guideline, counting the stitches, to die cut out my patterned strip evenly, holding down with a little tape. I worked from the outside on both sides towards the centre. This way I new my card would have even spacing.


I measured in between my gaps and added strips of paper with foam tape which I tattered at the edges. My centre strip was ever so slightly wider than the rest so I balanced this by adding my cream Anastasia border.


I cut my Nautical Wheeler doily in half and offset onto my stamped image which had also been tattered at the edges and a scattering of Frantage added.


My corset was cut out 3 times in different patterned paper and reinserted in to the negative spaces. I curved the edges at the top and bottom to give my corset a 3D effect adding my angel wing lace finishings and a few sparkly gems.


Adding some splashes of paint and some shabby flowers to finish. 


Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you get a chance to join in our Current Challenge which is Mothers Day. We all look forward to seeing your beautiful entries.

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Crafty Hugs,


Julie x

4 comments:

  1. Hi Julie, this is stunning! I love the papers and gorgeous corset.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  2. Beautiful!! I love the papers and your stitching technique!

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  3. Hello Julie,
    Lovely corset ,beautiful colors Love this card .
    Greetings Doris

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  4. Oh, I just love the way you used the patterned papers! Wonderful vintage styled card.

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