Technique Tuesday with Larissa Albernaz!



Product Demo: Anna Griffin Flora Paper Collection
Today I´ll show you one mixed media project where you can use these Anna Griffin Flora collection of papers.

You can find it at the store here. They added a pretty vintage touch to my corset.

Save these to your computer and print. Re-size as necessary.


1. First, you have to trace the corset shape on the back of the paper like shown in the picture.

2. Trace this shape twice in two different patterned papers.

3. Trace this other shape twice and cut it out from two different patterned papers.

4. Cut out one piece of cardboard to give your project stability. Here you can see all that you need.


5. Now, let´s put everything together. First the outside like shown in the pictures.
6. Then the inside part where you can put your journaling or whatever you want.
7. Cut a strip from another patterned paper.
8. Spread a thin layer of gesso on the corset and glue the folded strip.
9. Make holes to enable the ribbon to pass through them.

10. Add laces on the corset sides and embellish as you like.

11 comments:

Karla Smith said...

Fabulous Talent you have Larissa! I want to make these and put them all over my Christmas tree...... How Fun! :D Yes I am going to make these.. Love them...

Jill Sarginson said...

wow that is one AWESOME tutorial!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'll have to give it a whirl, very impressive

Jolanda said...

How gorgeous this is! I am definately going to make these!! Thanks for sharing.

Leeann Pearce said...

Hey there... just popping to to say thanks Larissa... I actually made the corset card.. I had fun creating it to...

http://www.amillionmemories.com/forum/viewlayout.php?id=15844

Cheers
leeann pearce

Julie Ann Shahin said...

This is so awesome Larissa!!!!

Keely Yowler said...

OMG...this is absolutely gorgeous! I'm definitely making these.

Lili Sulastri Zainal Abidin said...

Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I am going to give this a try.

Keely Yowler said...

Here is my take:

http://keelyy.blogspot.com/2009/12/ooh-la-la.html

Tanya said...

Thanks for the tutorial! Love this!!

Peggy B said...

i LOVE THIS BUT I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT IMAGE NUMBER 9...WHAT IS THAT ON THE inside? I cannot make out how you used the papers that were cut out and how they were arranged and glued down. Please email with answer so I can try to make one...please.

lari scrap said...

Peggy, it´s justa another piece of paper to insert your card.