Pale skin, silver eyelids, long black hair and cherry red lips, it doesn't get sultrier than that. Add a big bumped hair and there you go, mistress of the dark.
Make sure you have some silver cardstock (a silver gel pen is fine also) and some black glitter cardstock. and let's do this.
Everything is arranged so it an be cut on the smallest possible piece of cardstock.
The hair was hand embossed using the techniques explained earlier. using a Stylus, a Bone folder, the cap of a Sakura Gel Pen and a Cuttlebug embossing mat.
For the skin I used plain white cardstock and lightly inked the edges with a Mini Ink Blending Tool and Iced Spruce Distress Ink. For the cheeks I used Spun Sugar Distress Ink and a dauber. The placements of the cheeks is no rocket science, just do it lightly and above the cheekbone.
Glue the head base on the hair back. Glue the fave to the head base placing tiny bits of foam tape in the back of the cheekbones to lift them a little.
Place tiny bits of Foam Tape in the center of the front hair piece. Add liquid glue to the edge and keep them down using craft clothespins.
|Make sure to match all the holes on the top |
to thread a string of baker's twine later.
Put the eyes together matching the borders of the two bigger pieces (white of the eye and eyelid) and then gluing the lashes and pupil on top. For the signature technique of this Series, add two layers of Mod Podge to the white of the eye, starting with a little dab in the center, letting it dry and then applying a second coat . This allows for a raised enter and a final dome shape eyeball.
play a little with the eye and eyebrow placement before gluing them down to ensure proper expression.
Loose the glitter dress and ink ink a small vertical line the center of the lower border and you can go for the R rated box with a plunging neckline.
Place you favorite goodies inside and tie a piece of baker's twine to keep the box closed and you are good to go.
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