August 13, 2012

A Little bit of Fairy Play

Hello there!!!  Today I posted over on the Digi Bells Blog, where you can find all kinds of wonderful  inspiration from the Digi Bells DT Girls!!!  We certainly do have one AMAZING team, you won't want to miss a day!

Today I have a card that I made using one of Elisabeth's adorable fairy Digi's.... "Little Rachel Angel" which of course you can find by visiting Elisabeth Bells Digital Collection.
This sweet image of course is perfect for combining with other Elisabeth Bell stamps. I used "Fairy Hearth" from Belles 'n Whistles.
I thought it was the perfect addition, simply because.... What sweet little fairy girl doesn't wish to have her own fairy doll house?

I used copics for coloring - Of course I did, because I can't live without them!!!  The colors used are listed below! 
Now just how did I manage to get that adorable little Fairy Hearth to be small enough to use with Little Rachel?  Well sometimes a girl has to do, what a girl has to do.  I stamped that adorable little mushroom fairy hearth, and scanned it, then resized it to the size that I needed.  I actually combined it in photoshop so it printed out as an already combined image with Little Rachel...  =)   Sometimes I amaze even myself when I get an idea that really works, and this idea really thrilled me, when I saw the outcome....  Perfect right?  Every little girl needs a doll house, and I just know that Little Rachel wanted to play with her very own fairy doll house....  I could just see it in her sweet adorable face! 

The Copic Colors used:
Skin: E00, E11 plus R43 for Cheeks
Hair: E50, E53, YR23
Clothing: RV0000, RV21, RV34, C00, C01, C03, B0000, B41, B45
Wings: B0000, B00, V01
Fairy Hearth: E0000, E42, E43, E55, The Stone in front - W00, W03
Flowers: Y32, Y17
Grass: YG67, YG17, YG03, YG11

I've decided to enter these challenges:
Paper Take Weekly - "Anything Goes"
Simon Says Stamp - "Bingo"
Delightful Challenges - "Fabric, Fiber, and Trim"
Totally Paper Crafts - "Frame It"
Simply Create Too - "Anything Goes"

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