Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Fairy Easel

Hello.  Welcome.  Over at Joan's Touch Joan has challenged us to make a twisted easel card.  I've never made one before.  Always thought it was technical but after reading Joan's post and having a look online I realised it isn't!  So I decided to make my first ever and combine it with the Wicked Wednesday ATC challenge, hence the fairy.

I've used MME Abbey Road patterned cardstock for the ATC and the easel.  I stamped LOTV Bumblebee Fairy using Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto card, coloured with Promarkers and added wink of stella to her clothes and wings.  Then I fussy cut her and stuck her to the ATC.  Then I added a metal parcel embellishment

I cut my easel from the same MME card.  I used a brad as a stop and added a Kort og Godt stamped sentiment. 

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  1. very cute! love the fairy girl!

  2. Your image is absolutely delightful, Gail! It's hard to believe this is an ATC because you have managed to get a whole lot of art into that tiny space! Love it!

  3. Such a cute design. Beautiful.
    Julie x

  4. Lovely design, I like the way u colored the fairy :)

  5. what a cute blog and love this little angel :)

  6. Lovely card great colouring and I just love how you placed the parcel to mystify her! Thank you for sharing with us at Craft-Room Challenge XOXO Zoe

  7. So sweet and adorable card.
    Thank you for sharing your creativity at Craft-Room Challenge;-))m

  8. Very sweet card Gail!
    Thanks for sharing with us at Papertake Weekly :)

  9. this is just so adorable! thanks for sharing at Craft Room Challenge, Debi x

  10. Gail, you did a great job on your first easel card. Aren't they easy!! Thanks for joining us at Joan's Touch for this challenge.


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