Sunday, 29 January 2017

Fairy wishes/Snowflake kisses

Hi there,

I have made a couple of cards tonight, but one has to wait until next week to be revealed. However I can share this one with you today:

I used a 6x6 card blank layered with a free snowflake patterned paper. The image is from A Day for Daisies and was coloured with Promarkers, before die-cutting with X-cut scalloped circle from the nesting dies - I then stamped snowflakes over the flowers using versamark ink and heat embossed with powder puff embossing powder (although it is not easy to see in this picture). A normal circle had been pre-cut frm silver glitter card. I layered these together onto the patterned paper and then used a snowflake washi tape over the panel. Finally I added diamantes and a tag onto which I hand wrote the sentiment - 'Thanking you with snowflake kisses and fairy wishes'.

I would like to enter this card for the following challenges please:

ADFD #158 Two or more layers
dragonfly dreams - With Thanks
Addicted to CAS #103 wish
Addicted to stamps - baby it's cold outside
Die cuttin divas #301 Snowflakes
Catch the bug - Colour challenge

CCEE1704 Snow Season

I would also like to share an update on my height chart - now at just over 18hrs:
Thank you for looking,

Hugz Tinz


  1. Darling little fairy card!
    Thanks for joining Die Cuttin' Divas this week!

  2. A sweet and adorable card. That little fairy is so cute. A lovely design too. Thanks for joining our challenge at Addicted to Stamps. Marlies

  3. What a lovely card with this sweet winter-fairy. Beautiful colours and love the glitter.
    Thank you for joining the challenge at Addicted To Stamps Challengeblog.
    Greetings Miranda (dt-ATSC)

  4. So cute! Thanks for playing along at Die Cuttin Divas!

  5. Such a sweet and adorable card love it. Thanks for joining us over at ATCAS.

  6. Hey Tinz, I love your romantic fairy creation. Thanks for playing with us at Addicted to stamps challenge, Hugs Alma


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