Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Fairy Wishes.

I can't tell you how long I've had this stamp in my collection of "Too Scared To Try To Color It, But It's Too Cute Not To Purchase It, Plus It's On Sale" vault... possibly more than a year.

Today I woke up with an extra pair...
(lol)
...and decided it would be the day that I tackle my nemesis...
Purple.
Wings.
& Fairies.



I started coloring early this morning, after my coffee and delicious eggs.
Then continued after coming back from the park.
It was hot out there so I grabbed a $1 DD iced coffee and those DELICIOUS Croissant Donuts, and returned to my conquer the rest.


I wanted to create a card that looked like there was a photo of a fairy captured in a garden.  The card is square and rectangle, but I shaped the flowers in a such a way that would give the appearance of curvature.

I absolutely am loving coloring again thanks for Kathy's 30 Day Challenge.  You can read more about that here...  The Daily Marker.





I hope you are having a blessed week so far, and I'd love to know in the comments below if you are taking the challenge and how you are liking it so far.

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SUPPLIES
* Saturated Canary "Fairy Wishes" rubber stamp
* Copic markers (BV, RV & BG Family)
* Prima Marketing "Meadow Lark" 6x6 paper pad
* WOC flowers
* IAR leaves
* Recollections pearls, flowers & butterfly
* Stampendous Embossing powder
* Magnolia background rubber stamps
* Scrap Happy Ohio "Grapesicle" and "Razzleberry" dye ink
* Hot glue gun & Heat tool
* Tombow Mono Multi glue
* Dimentional adhesive
* Tim Holtz distress tools
* Melissa Frances Embellishments
* Martha Stewart Trio Butterfly punch
* White Opal Liquid Pearls
* 4" white doily
* Prisma color pencils


CHALLENGES
* Paper Issues - Enamored With.... (I love using flowers on cards)
* Kit And Clowder - Fantasy



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