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Monday, 11 February 2013

Mannequin tutorial







                                             






 Hello Friends ,
Today my post is Totally inspired by products from Ranger Industries  .
I am going to show you , How to make mannequin by using the sewing room die by Tim holtz and heat embossing technique .
Items You will need -
Big shot machine { only INR 4499 }
Metal adapter Plate 
Tim holtz sewing room die 
Spellibinders Dlite Medallion
Embossing powder Black 
Versa Mark watermark Ink Pad 
Versa Marker  Watermark pen 
Ranger Heat gun { works on Indian Voltage}
Distress ink { Gathered Twigs }
Ink blending tool 

Step 1 -
Chop out 5 pcs of Dress forms from The sewing room Die .


Step 2 - Now take any swirly / floral stamp , apply some Versa mark ink and stamp it on the dress form . 



Step 3 - Apply black Embossing powder and heat it with Ranger heat embossing gun . Where ever you can see space empty fill it in with versa mark watermark ink . 




Step 4 -  
Apply gathered twig distress ink . 

Step 5 -  Now simply fold these dress forms into half vertically . 


Step 6 - Now simply  stick these dress forms one by one . 

Step 7 - Now you will have you dress form mannequin ready . 
I have complimented it along with a tag made by spellbinders delight ! 


If you have any questions please  mail us at info@crafterscorner.in
Regards 
Mallika 

 This is what I did with mine mannequin - My own custom Nameplate  ! 
Enjoy the Journey 




9 comments:

  1. Awesome...very nice tutorial and well executed...wow

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  2. You seriously rocked this !!what an beautiful creation and fab use of embossing ...loved your tutorial ...TFS :)

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  3. I don't have die cutting machine "sigh" this is very wonderful!

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  4. I was wondering what to do with the mannequin but you really incorporated it beautifully onto your name plate!

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  5. wow malli the overall look of your 3D mannequin is gogeous.....great job.

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  6. Millions of thumbs up !!!! :)

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  7. Gorgeous mannequin!!! cant wait to try it:)

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  8. WOW, lovely craft, want to do this myself thanks for sharing, check one more name art craft.

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