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I think that anything out there is up for grabs when it comes to creativity. This was the project I was originally going to post for my Dirty Vintage Blog Hop project, but did not finish in time.
There was an altercation with one of the members in the hop's project this past week. So in support of her, I have finished my initial project and am now posting it in its full glory.
Support your fellow crafters' in ALL that they do. I know that I appreciate your hard work, creativity, humor, and above all...the guts to show your creation.
Now, let's get DIRTY with this Dirty Little Ditty...
I though how fun would it be to make a little book, a little bag, and little rhyme.
I cut off the legs of some kids jeans and sewed the bottom up. My husband would not let me cut any of his pants or the little book would have been a big book.
I pulled apart ribbon and glued the pieces to 3 1/2" circles for the hair.
All card stock is crumpled, then flattened with the big shot. It is also sponged and inked with Sahara Sand, River Rock, Pink Pirouette and Early Espresso ink pads.
I stamped the saying with the Designer Typeset Photopolymer stamp set.
The numbers are from Typeset Alphabet die. I used the negative to sponge in the numbers with Early Espresso ink.
The tip of each penis has tissue paper to help give dimension and texture.
Inside each pocket there are dimensionals along the top and bottom edges that enable the pull out to happen and stop at the right length.
I made up the rhyme and had a really hard time with 7 & 8, any suggestions?
I also used Crumb Cake Seam Binding Ribbon for the hair, belt on bag, and on front of book.
Linen Thread was also used on front of book to hold tag. Tag was from a punch.
All products used to make this project are from Stampin' Up!. Please note that they are not associated with this project or had knowledge of its creation. I take full responsibility of this project.