My blog is one of many participating in the Mary Vogel Lozinak Link Up Blog Hop. Be sure to go to the Viva Las Vegastamps! blog to find all the participants. Please leave comments on the blogs to get entered in the blog candy drawing. We will be giving gift certificates to a few lucky hoppers to the Viva Las Vegastamps! online store.
Now for my project. If you have been to Viva Las Vegastamps! online store you know there are thousands of stamps available. One of the newest lines are the Mary Vogel Lozinak stamps. I had a hard time just picking a couple for the hop. So here is my "Olde Curiosity Shoppe" showcasing several (twenty-two?) of Mary Vogel Lozinak's stamps!
There are seven vignettes in the "Olde Curiosity Shoppe". They are three dimensional. All have curiosities and an individual viewing. Come right in a check out the "Olde Curiosity Shoppe"! Click on images to enlarge for better viewing.
The Shoppe of Vintage Curiosities
Two Heads, Unicyle Lady, Many Armed Clock Person and the Headless Unicycle Juggler. The Caped Lady viewing them.
Fish in Mini Skirt, Fish in Heels and Fish on Box. Viewing is the Capped Lady!
Elephant on Box (both elephant images are the same stamp, I just cut the box off of one.) Viewing is the the Owl in Vest.
Flamingo and En Pointe Lady. The Curly Haired Lady is looking in.
Owl on Box and Owl in Vest, with the Wheel Lady.
Skinny Hat Lady is the viewer here.
Bending Bird on Box and Plumed Bird on Box. Viewed by Skinny Minnie.
Paper used for this project are primarily Graphic 45, a little BoBunny and 7 Gypsies. The images were stamped and heat embossed with Viva Las Vegastamps Ultra High Gloss Embossing Powder, colored with Tim Holtz Distress Ink Markers, covered with Sakura Crystal Lacquer and all images were fussy cut. A lot of VLVS! Miracle Tape was used to put this together!
Note: The Star Card was made from card stock measurements were from the Tunnel of Love Star Card on HGTV! Click HERE to get the instructions. There are seven sections. In the instructions all are 5 1/2" tall, widths are Are 11", 9" and 7". I added an additional piece to the construction an 2" x 8" in between the 9" and 7", this way I could add a little more dimension to the scenes!