I created this card for one of the VSN challenges last weekend. For this one you should Mash two techniques together. I picked paper piercing and dry embossing.

For my image I chose one of Mo Manning’s little Fairies. She was printed on Neenah Solar White paper and cut and embossed with Petite Oval Nestabilities dies. The image was colored with Copic Markers (Dress: Y32, Y17, YR15, YR18,    underpants: R20, R21, R22,     Crown and Wand: Y11, Y13, Y15, W2,     Hair: YG21, YG23, YG25,     Skin: E50, E51, E53,    Background: BG0000, BG0000), layered on a piece of black cardstock cut with Scallop Petite Oval Nestabilities and the edges of the image were paper pierced. Clear Spica pen was used to add a subtle sparkle to her crown, wand and wings.

Two 3 3/4″ long strips of the yellow Echo Park Springtime paper were punched with a border punch from Stampin’ Up. They were adhered to a 3 3/4″ x 5″ piece of orange paper from the same paper pack with a piece of pink Springtime paper in between. The paper was dry embossed with Tim Holtz Retro Circles Embossing folder and stitched to a 3/16″ bigger piece of black cardstock.

1/2″ green silk ribbon was tied around the layers and topped with a Rhinestone Recollection brad. A sentiment from My Favorite Things Clearly Sentimental about you stamp set was stamped in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on Neenah Solar White cardstock and cut and embossed with the small tag of the Tag Trio die set. It was tied to the brad with Iridescent May Arts Curling Ribbon.

The card base is a piece of 4 1/4″ x 11″ Pink Pirouette paper folded in half. Recollection Rhinestone swirls finish off the card.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

18 Responses to “Little Fairy”

  1. Ohh Beate this is so DARLING and SWEET!!!

  2. Wow! This is a fabulous card, Beate! The dry embossing totally packs a visual punch. I love the effect! The iridescent curling ribbon really adds something special to the card too. I really really really like this one… a lot! Great job!

  3. Hi Beate. Gorgeous little card and wonderful colouring!! x

  4. Beate,you are a constant source of inspiration!

  5. I don’t think that I ever come here without learning something! Thanks for the daily dose of inspiration, my friend! Love this card – the colors and image are so perky and bright, and I am so glad that you explained how you did the background – it’s awesome! Have a great day…hugs :)

  6. great card! I’m always inspired after I visit your blog. Your coloring is so good, I’m hoping that you will devote one of your videos to showing us how you color with your Copics.

  7. wow Beate, your card make me happy, love the colors…love the papers… SMILE! Hugs and happy day..

  8. Beate, your card is fabulous!! I love the adorable little fairy. Your coloring is beautiful, I love the bright and vivid colors. Love the Echo Park paper too! Hugs

  9. Such an AMAZING card Beate!
    Wonderful colours/papers and gorgeous colouring.
    Have a nice weekend.
    Hugs, Swantje

  10. Oh WOW this fairy is soooo sweet, and your design Beate is FABULOUS!! What a beauty this is!!!! Love your posts always so much inspiration!! Hugs!

  11. i rarely thought of dry embossing my pattern papers and this has inspired me, Beate! such a beautiful and sweet card! you coloring and details are amazing as always! LOVE it! have a fabulous weekend, my friend! =)

  12. Oh my, this is precious and such a perfect sentiment. As always, your coloring shines! Beautiful creation, Beate.

  13. This is completely gorgeous. I love it!

  14. Oh I hadn’t seen these cute fairies at Mo’s so cute! I love the orange so fun! Sweet ribbon and embellishment too!

  15. Oh she is adorable! I LOVE that green hair.. wonderful coloring as always.

  16. Love everything about this, Beate, especially her adorable green hair! Gonna have to look into that fun image too!

  17. very cute, like her green hair :)

  18. OMG! That background is awesome!!! That packs such a punch yet doesn’t take away from the focal image. As soon as I saw that I HAD to know how you did it. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Cheers!
    D in FL 😀

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