I love the Octopode Factory images. They all make me smile…life isn’t just about flowers! I especially liked covering the spider web in her hair with a more obvious web.
This is my first use of my new laser printer…and my first attempt at transferring an image…all went well!
Details (Full Body):
- Base: Product packaging.
- First Layer: Pink cardstock, edge embossed, embossing highlighted with Distress Ink – Soot.
- Image: Pink patterned paper (scrap). I then printed Glo’ria Octopode (new laser printer) onto the thinnest copy paper I have. I transferred the image by mod podging it, rubbing it down, and allowing it to dry. Then you mist/wet the paper and rub it off. It worked! Lips, shoes, and spider purse eyes were colored with Copic Spica pens. Her eye is a piece of rubber covered paper clip that I wound. using a jewelry making tool.
- Spider and webs: Silhouette files. The spiders legs are highlighted with Copic Spica.
- Base: Product packing.
- First Layer: Scrap patterned pink paper. Spiders: Stamp, inked with Distress Ink Soot.
- Image: Same as above, but blown up. Printed on Neenah Solar White. Colored with Copics, highlighted with Copic Spicas. Outlined with black marker.
- Left edge: Pink Gelato.
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