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Hello, Friends! I made a new card
that I want to share with you using a new Wee Stamp that Diana has in her store at
Her name is Iris and she is such
a cute fairy don’t you think? She is a Wee Stamp by Sylvia Zet. I
colored her with Copics and covered her wings with Glamour Dust. I also used my Kaleidoscope Gelly Roll glitter pen for some of Iris's flowers.
I used a lot of Frantage (crazy
with it today) on the card after distressing with my Zutter, added embossing ink
and heat embossed the aged enamel on the edges. This technique is lots of fun, provides
a vintage sparkle, and no mess.
I use round coffee filters to
pour my glitter and embossing powders on my elements. They have natural anti static properties and you virtually don’t waste a spec of product.
Here’s a shot with Iris so you
can see her in all her glistening fairy glory.
And here’s a close up of Iris’
DPs/Cardstock – Maja
Design: Vintage Autumn Basics; Bazzill Smooth; TPC Kraft CS
Dies/Punches – Marianne
Design: Chinese Rose, Branch & Flower 1, Rose Basket; Martha Stewart: Frond
and Small Butterfly punch; Cameo: Filigree Butterfly by Samantha Walker
Ribbon/Lace – Maya
Road: Rose Trim; JoAnn’s: Cheese Cloth
WOC: Yellow Rose, Pink Spiral Stamens; LLC: White Foam Flower Stems; Kort & Godt: Pink Rolled
Other – Liquitex:
White Gesso; Stampendous Vintage Frantage: Aged Rose; DecoArt: Glamour Dust;
Sakura: Gelly Roll Glitter Pen; Tall Mouse: Rhinestone Mesh
Colors – Skin: E35, E11, E00, E000, R20, R30. Hair: E25, YR23, Y21,
Y00. Body: R89, R85, R83, R81, RV00, E47, E44, E43, E42, E41, YR23, Y15, Y11,
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I colored all of Tilda with Copics and added a little Liquid
Applique for the snow. I put a bit of Stardust Stickles on the snow for a
glistening effect and Glossy Accents on her skis. I used lots of wintry die cuts, snow spray on my designer paper panels and gesso for texture and dimension.
Here’s a close up of Tilda.
I hope my project inspires you to join us for the challenge. Have
a fabulous week.
Happy Wednesday, Friends. I’m
here today to share a “W”ednesday project with you for Magnolia-licious.
creates cards and projects using the new stamps in the Magnolia-licious store
featuring images from Wee Stamps, Wild Rose Studios, Penny Black and Candibeans.
I made an ornament with "Bella on Present" from Wild Rose Studios. I purchased the wooden frame from Michaels, glue sprayed it then applied Martha Stewart Garnet Glitter. I love
how it sparkles.
I applied some rhinestone trim around
the inner frame cut from diamond mesh and added silver bead stands for tassels and the hanger. I
finished it off with pine cones and die cut Magnolia spruce branches brushed with
a little gesso. This was really simple and easy to make.
Here’s a close up of Bella. I
colored her with Copics and did a little paper piecing for a couple of the
presents. I used Stickles on the stars of the red gift, tree ornaments and present ribbon and Sugar Sparkly Fluff
on Bella’s stocking cap. This little pretty will hang on my tree this Christmas holiday.
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Thanks for stopping by. I’ll
be back in the coming days with a couple new cards/projects. See you then…