Wednesday, 14 August 2019

Fairy Good

Hello Nomad Fans.  Gosh, where did that week go??  It's been a while since I have been absent for so long.  Glad to be back and creating again.  I decided to use this lovely die and made an anyday card.


I cut the Celtic Dreams Fleur die from dark grey Bazzill Dots paper and mounted it on a circle of patterned paper and added a bit of glitter to her wings.  I used a hammered card base and rubbed a green ink pad over it to highlight the texture.  Then cos I had the circle thing going on I decided to round the corner with a pair of fancy scissors.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Just Us Girls Challenge 500 - Trend Week - Circles
Country View Challenges August - Texture
Cards Und More Challenge #39 - Colourboard
Scrap the Rainbow August - Alt er Lov
Die Cut Divas - Make It Hot I used hot colours red, orange and yellow


7 comments:

  1. Lovely project. Thanks for joining in with my challenge over at Country View Crafts

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  2. Lovely colors and beautiful dies
    Thanks for playing with us at Scrap the Rainbow
    DT Jorunn Elin

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  3. Seriously gorgeous! Love the stamping and colours behind the fairy, Jo x

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  4. This is fab Gail, I love hammered card and it looks great here. Thanks so much for joining in with our challenge at Country View Crafts and have a very happy weekend, Sue xx

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  5. A beautiful card with nice colours and the dies are amazing.
    Thanks for playing with us at Scrap the Rainbow, DT Kjersti Marie

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  6. Could you let me know the "hot" feature of your card for the Die Cut Divas "hot" challenge. I do thank you for joining us at Die Cut Divas.

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    1. Hi Arlene, I used hot colours behind the die cut image. Hope this is OK. Hugz

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