Okay who loves the Disney Fairies? Oh I do, I do, I do, I so do!! I have watched every single movie and those short movies and more stuff on Tinker Bell and her friends and I just love them. So when Spellbinders kits first came with the paper doll dies (Small Die of the month Jan 2019), then with the butterfly (wings) dies (Large Die of the month Feb 2019) and then the bunny dies (Small Die of the month Mar 2019) – well I had to make a card showing Fawn with a bunny.
I wish I had cuter googly eyes for the bunny, but overall I tried to stay pretty close the theme. :-) Here are the pictures I used for inspiration:
Steps? Here you go:
I used a patterned paper and die cut it with Hemstitch rectangle dies.
I also stamped on top of this with Distress Ink Bundled Sage and background stamp from Tammy Tutterow
For the fairy, I did a lot fo die cutting. Can’t explain! But if you are curious to know any particular piece please chime in in the comments below. To dress her up, I added a piece of greenery to her hair (it’s like a fairy’s hair elastic!) and colored her hair using Spectrum Noir marker TN3. I also added a white dot to her eyes using gelly roll pen and lots of Wink of Stella to her wings.
For the bunny – same things as last card. You can check it out here.
I also cut out several of the greenery pieces using couple different colors of green cardstock from my stash. To dress it up a bit, I added gold dots using my decocolor marker.
I assembled everything, stamped my sentiment from a Spellbinders stamp set from Jan Card kit ‘You are my type’ using Archival Black ink (+ my trusted MISTI) and added a black rectangle at the back of my panel so that black color peeks through the hemstitch holes. Lastly I foam mounted the finished panel on white cardbase (again from Spellbinders card kit) and called it done.
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