Sunday, 21 May 2017

Fairies

I'm going to share something with you... prepare yourself for a shock...my new favourite stamp is not a tree!!! I have fallen in love with the inkylicious Moonscape stamp and stencil set, and it seems to be featuring on every card I make at the moment, lol! 
I've made two cards for young ladies who like fairies...
Both feature the inkylicious moon, some Lavinia stamps and lots of ink (Memento, Adirondack and Distress inks) applied with ink dusters.
I've added fairy dust in the form of liquid pearls and glitter glue. The moon is equally effective whether stamped in bold colours or pastels, and with the mask being the perfect size it enables you to get 3d effects! 
Both of these cards would fit the current theme at Stamping Sensations. If you haven't seen the inspiration there then please pop over and try entering this month. There are some lovely goodies to win! 
I will be back soon with more moons no doubt, lol!

9 comments:

  1. Hi Sally two very beautiful cards today, lovely soft shades and the images are just lovely, Kate x

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  2. Sally these fairy creations are stunning. Love your masking techniques.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  3. Two stunning cards Sally and the Moonscape looks fabulous. Sandra x

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  4. I love both these cards - the fairies are stunning and I love the worlds they are living in!

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  5. Fabulous cards Sally, love them both (embarrassed to say I have the moon set and never used it, shame on me !)

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  6. Two beautiful cards Sally...fabulous stamping as always. Debbie x

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  7. These cards are Beautiful. They both have a very different sphere because of the colours. Love the fairy dust accents.

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  8. GORGEOUS card with an ethereal feel, Love them
    Faith
    x

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  9. Two absolutely stunning cards Sally. Barbxx

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