Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Twilight Challenge 3

Time for Twilight Challenge #3 hosted by Artful INKables. I hope you'll play along for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate and the opportunity to be a guest designer for a month! The complete details are HERE.

This week's challenge is to show which team you are on. I am TEAM JACOB! I modeled this after one of my favorite shirts (although mine is purple, silver, and has a big fleur de lis on the front). After I was done with this I realized that the way I made this pretty much followed my Collage Tutorial so there you go! What? You can't sketch out the shirt shape? Have no fear, here's a rough template for you to print out and trace onto your cardstock. Sorry I didn't have a chance to clean it up. Note that I used a circle punch to cut the neckline.

This image is copyrighted to Michelle Bartnett 2010. All rights reserved. This image is for your personal use only. You may not redistribute them in any fashion including copying, lending, re-selling, duplicating, sharing, giving as a prize, or posting the raw images or files online. It's free for heaven's sake - just send them here to get it!!!!!! This images may not be made into physical rubber or acrylic stamps. Please give credit for the image. You may sell hand made products that include this image.

To use this from a Windows machine, just right click on the image and you'll be able to choose to save the file to your computer. I usually go into a program such as a graphics program or Word and insert this file and print. You can also resize the file before printing if you want.

Stamps: Artful INKables Into the Moonlight, Artful INKables Fictionally Inspired
Paper: Very Vanilla
Ink: Momento Tuxedo Black, Creamy Caramel, Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Versamark
Accessories: Clear detail embossing powder, stamp-a-majig, circle punch

Michelle B.


Patti said...

Did I mention how much you amaze and inspire me! Your such a great artist! Love this... every time I see it I am totally WOWED! Over the top awesome!

Crystal said...

Okay Michelle this has got to be the coolest twilight creation yet I have seen!!! What an AMAZING job here girl!

Bonibleaux Designs said...

OMGosh I just saw this!! WONDERFUL! I can see it being turned in to tshirts right now! We need to talk to Pam about getting in to screenprinting LOL

You'd make a killing!!!

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