For this week's TCP Tuesday challenge, Julie's drawn up an eyeglasses template that's perfect for summer fun. I dressed up the template with a rockstar theme.
I cut the glasses from a piece of black and white dotted patterned paper. Looking at it now, I think I might have liked the frames better if I'd just stuck with plain black . . . The lenses are cut from shimmery silver paper to mimic the look of mirrored shades.
Once I had the frames and lenses done, I decorated the frames with images from the Idols set. I stamped the drum playing pengun two times on white cardstock and colored the images. I used Versafine's black ink for my penguins--it's my favorite ink to get them to look really black. After stamping the same image on one of the silver lenses, I attached cut out pieces of the image to the silver paper using foam tape. The drum is layered twice with tape for extra dimension. I used a scrap of shimmery gold paper for the cymbal.
The other lens is decorated with the set's "you rock my world" sentiment and a few musical notes. A glitter covered chipboard star and a single clear crystal at the top of each side of the frame complete the rock star theme I was going for.
Be sure to check out Alma's blog for all the details on this week's challenge, including how you can play along to win this week's Cat Cash prize.
Idols stamp set, Neenah white stamp set, Versafine Onxy Black ink (The Cat's Pajamas); markers (Copic); For the Record-Advertisement designer paper (Echo Park); shimmery silver and gold papers, glittered chipboard star, clear crystals (Recollections); foam tape