Friday, September 14, 2012

Miche purse

Not only am I an independent demonstrator for Stampin' Up, but I am also a Miche representative and this project combines the two! Miche has a wonderful Luxe line of fine purse shells and I thought it would be fun to see if I could "case" one with our Stampin' Up Petite Purse Die (125606).
I used Rich Razzleberry cardstock (the top picture is a truer color than the bottom one) and cut out the purse with the die and my Big Shot (113439). {Have I ever mentioned how much I LOVE this machine!!!} I actually use the cardboard that comes with the die as a shim with the Crease Pad (113476) to get great creases that fold so easily, instead of the plastic pieces that come with the pad. I placed the purse straight up and down on the Simply Scored Diagonal Plate (125586) and scored on every third line. I then turned it sideways and did the same thing, to create diamonds all across the purse. I punched out a small square from the silver cardstock and matted it with a slightly larger piece of Rich Razzleberry and using a glue dot placed it on the front of the flap. Then I used a silver glitter glue on each diamond intersection all over except for the bottom of the purse. Let it dry and put it all together!
The Miche purse actually has brass accents, but I think this is a pretty cute similarity. See what do you think? You can see the original purse right here !
I hope that this will inspire you to look at other ideas for inspiration! Want one of these for yourself? Place an order on line with my Stampin' Up OR Miche sites and let me know you want one through the contact buttons and I will send it your way as a thank you!
Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by!

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