Monday, 2 September 2013

Birthday Fairy

   All the papers used for this card are from Wild Rose Studio's Annabelle's Meadow paper pack, the base paper being cut in half so that I could 'stretch' it to a 5" by 7" card. (The paper packs are 6" by 6")
   The Lili of the Valley image called birthday fairy was coloured using Promarkers and cut out using a floral oval Spellbinders die. I then added glitter to the wings and pom poms and ultra fine flowersoft to the teddy. The edge was then coloured with a metallic gold marker and then embellished with dots of gold liquid pearls.
   Two corner peel offs were stuck to triangles of the blue paper and used to embellish corners of the card. Three card candis  were also added as embelishments. Finally a sentiment was added to the bottom of the fairy image.

   I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
   Wednesday Creative Inspiration - fairies
   Cute Card Thursday - things with wings
   Lili's Little fairies - no flowers
   Passion For Promarkers - 3 papers, 1 image, 1 sentiment, 3 embellishments (liquid pearls, corners, candi)
   Creative Corner - child's play
   Dream Valley - for a child
   Crafty Sentiments - make it girly
   Addicted to stamps - anything goes



  1. Ohhhh how sweet! That Stamp is very cute. Thanks for joining us at PFP this week.
    Hugs Frida

  2. What a lovely card, cute image!
    Thanks for joining the Anything goes challenge at ATSC!
    Hugs Kjersti:)

  3. so gorgeous.fab and pretty papers and colours and the image is adorable.
    thanks for joining in my recipe challenge this week at PFP :D

    xx coops xx

  4. Gorgeous card Hun, love the layout, image and colours xxx

  5. Adorable creation! Thanks so much for playing at Crafty Sentiments this week:)

  6. Great card! Love the sweet image, pretty papers and fab layout! Thanks for joining us at Passion for Promarkers this week! Lisa x

  7. Very cute card. I love LOTV image. Thanks for playing with us at Dream Valley challenge.

  8. please get in contact with me asap

    Mel Creative Corner Challenges