Monday, November 2, 2020

Fairy Hugs Store-Slimline Thanks Card

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I am back again with a Slimline Card. For this card, I used only one stamp set, Fantasy Flowers, and created a garden scene. I inked the images in three different colors using Gina K Inks and also used the same colors to do the splatter on the back of the card. I also used some die cuts from my stash and cut out the work Thanks and popped them up on the surface of the card. 



Hope you all enjoyed this card. Be sure to keep checking out the website for all of the new monthly release images on the way.  If you are interested in enjoying more fun with Fairy Hugs, please stop by and join our Facebook Group, Fairy Hugs Store, where you can share your creations.       

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Monday, September 28, 2020

Fairy Hugs Underwater Scene

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Today I created a card using the Cora. l Reef  and the mixture of stamps. I am using the SeaHorses, Starfish and Mini Scallop Shell stamps. I went ahead and stamped and fussy cut them out. I added some glitter to the seahorse.  I created a frame and added some tulle in the background in the frame and popped up the stamps using foam tape. 







    





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Monday, September 21, 2020

Fairy Hugs-Kissing Fairy Card

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Today I created a card using the Starry  and the stamp called Kissing Fairy. I used a circle stitched die for cutting out the stamp image and then made two triangle slices with the paper. 



 
                                          
    
Starry Moonlight Paper                                                       Kissing Fairy   



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Monday, September 14, 2020

Fairy Hugs Shaker Card

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Today I created a shaker card using the Coral Reef Papers and the sea turtle stamp, Raphael. I used two circle dies to create the circle and popped it up with foam tape. Then I added Raphael in the middle with some sequins and my shaker card is done. 



  

Raphael             Bronze                    


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Monday, September 7, 2020

Fairy Hugs- Memorydex Card

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Here is my first Design Team project for you to enjoy. It is a Memorydex card using the Net Stamp, Sea Turtle-Raphael, Sea Horses, Glitter and Coral Reef paper.  My first step was to cut the shape out with one of my dies using the Coral Reef paper.  Next I stamp the Sea Turtle, Raphael, and Sea Horses out on white cardstock and fussy cut them. You can't go wrong with glitter so I added Fairy Hugs Ocean and Bronze Glitter to the shell and seahorse. I did a bit of background stamping with the net and popped up the animals with foam tape and tada my memorydex is done. 




 

  



Raphael             Bronze                     Ocean 




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Friday, September 4, 2020

Fairy Hugs Store DT card-Slimline Card

Did you guys see my exciting news??? I was picked to be on the Fairy Hugs Store Design Team.  This up and coming shop has some fantastic new line of stamps.  My first project for this team is a Slimline Card. 







For this card, I used the following items:

Net Stamp                                    




SeaHorse Stamp                                




Coral Reef Paper 
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And I will have my youtube video on how I did it up soon.  Thanks for stopping by and see you soon with more projects. 











Thursday, March 5, 2020

Rubbernecker Stamps


Hello everyone. I received some fantastic stamps from Rubbernecker stamps clearance sale. I colored it up with Copic. Some of my favorite stamps are border stamps created by Rubbernecker.