Thursday, August 6, 2015

Survivor Bra


Die-Versions and Sparkle N Sprinkle are partnering together this month to bring you the Cancer Awareness Campaign.   Today's card combines the DV Survivor Bra along with a SNS sentiment from the Awareness stamp set.

I started out by die cutting the Survivor Bra from white cardstock and coloring it with Copic markers.  I die cut it a second time from Sticker Paper to create the lacy cups. 

I used the lacy background technique for both the background as well as the lacy bra cups.  This is an easy technique to do.  Start with some Sticker Paper and lay down a piece of lace.  Cover the entire area with glitter (Mauvelous was used here) and burnish it in with your finger tool.  Remove the lace and cover the exposed adhesive with another glitter color.  I used Cloud Nine velvet glitter for this part.  The ribbon in the center of the bra was covered with more Mauvelous glitter and Silver Detail embossing powder was used for the hook on the hanger.   The sentiment was heat embossed with Black Detail embossing powder onto colored vellum and tucked under the oval. 
I also used the Bling Your Brad technique with Mauvelous glitter to have a place for the hander to hang from.  This card is so glittery and I felt that the old adage "less is more" definitely applied.   

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Awareness dies and the Awareness stamp sets will be donated to help cancer research.

7 comments:

Linda Simpson said...

Fabulous! I love the texture on the background and bra itself.
hugs
Linda xxx

Lisa said...

This is gorgeous, Anne!! I love the lacy background - it looks amazing!! The sparkle is so fabulous!! Love that you made the cups lacy, too!! This is so beautiful!! Have a great day :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

McCrafty's Cards said...

What a brilliant card Anne, that bra looks great with the glittery pink lace and the sentiment is perfect
Kevin xx

rachel said...

beautiful idea and a wonderful make - love this x

Lena's Creations said...

Great card, Anne. I had never heard of the "lace technique". Will have to try it one of these days, because it looks gorgeous on your card.
♥ Lena
Lena’s Creations

Donna Ellis said...

Wonderful idea to create the feminine,frilly lace background and continue in the bra! Such a lovely card, Anne.

nwilliams6 said...

I like that lace technique - I am going to try it. Very pretty bra and love the card Anne! Super BC support card. Hugz