Friday, August 10, 2012

Spring Fairy

For today's post I thought I would scoot-ch out of my comfort zone a little bit with some fantasy stamps.
I am a girl who loves to color and most of my cards are filled with bright pretty images.  Today's card has more of a grungy, shabby feeling to it.

I stamped Spring Fairy on a white panel of Pugnacious Paper.
Then I sponged on Vintage Paper, Worn Lipstick, and Antique Linen Distress ink onto to paper.

I traced some of the fairy's hair with my VersaMark pen and embossed with aged copper embossing powder.   Then I applied Scrap Happy glue to some of her hair and let it set up a little before covering the image with You're so fine Diamond Clear Cool Glitter and rubbed it in. 


Then I shook the excess glitter back into the jar.


I added some of the aged copper embossing powder to the flowers and the bottom part of the image panel.  Finally...I added some Bronzed Mica Fragments too!


There are a bunch of awesome fairy/fantasy images in the store.  I'll be showing you more next week too!  


Supplies:
Stamps: The Rubber Cafe'-  Spring Fairy, Wood Grain Background
Paper:  Bazzill Colored Cardstock, Pugnacious Paper
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink , Memento- Tuxedo Black dye ink, Versa Mark Pen
Adhesives: The Rubber Cafe' -Scrap Happy glue

2 comments:

Debbie Seyer said...

This is so pretty! Love all the glitter, embossing powder and mica flakes....just lovely!

Karen T said...

Great job breaking out of your comfort zone Kristine! :) You really rocked the glitter and gold mica!