Monday, February 2, 2015


Hello Friends! Happy Monday and welcome to February! Today's card share features one of my favorite fairies from Mo's Digital Pencil...Fairy Tabia. Isn't she darling?

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I've used this image a few times in the past, as she is so fun to color. I just love her wings. I printed Fairy Tabia onto Cryogen White card stock and colored her with Prisma Color colored pencils. I used blending stumps and Gamsol to smooth out the pencil. I die cut the image with a Nestie and mounted it onto the patterned paper with dimensional adhesive. (LOVE that patterned paper, by the way! It's one from the SSS card kit for last month.) I added clear Wink of Stella to her wings and Glossy Accents to the bubbles. I stamped the little "hello" with Versamark ink and covered it with the Perfect Pearls from the January 2015 Simon Says Stamp card kit. Then, I used a circle punch on it and adhered it onto the card with dimensional adhesive. I added two sizes of Sparkling Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh to finish off my card.

That's all I have to share today. Be sure to stop by tomorrow for a special announcement! Thanks for the visit.


digital stamp: Fairy Tabia(Mo's Digital Pencil)
stamp set: Sending Happy Thoughts(Simon Says Stamp)
card stock: Cryogen White(Paper Temptress)
patterned paper: Altitude 6x6 pad(Bo Bunny)
ink: Versamark(Tsukineko)
dies: Lacey Circle Nestabilities(Spellbinders)
punches: 3/4 inch circle punch(EK Success)
bling: 4mm, 6mm Sparkling Clear sequins(Pretty Pink Posh)  Clear Wink of Stella glitter brush(Zig)
other: Prisma Color colored pencils, Grape Fizz Perfect Pearls(Ranger) Glossy Accents(Ranger) blending stumps and Gamsol(Inky Antics)


Sheila H said...

Your little fairy is so delicate and pretty, Barb. I love the DP. The WOS and sequins add nice sparkle!

Jeanne said...

Ohhhh, Barb! This looks lovely! Your coloring is beautiful and that background paper is wonderful. Thanks for adding details about what you do to make your cards look so fabulous. :) Can't wait to hear what you are going to share. :)