I then stamped the Fairy House with a Copic friendly ink and colored the image with Copic markers. I fussy cut the image and added it to my card with foam adhesive. I chose a sentiment from the stamp set and stamped that to the upper left from the house.
It’sJessand I’m back with a second project featuring the adorable stand along release from Scrapping for Less. I love today’s project – maybe even more than my first one! Let’s get started.
I grabbed a few Distress Oxide ink pads and started on my blending. I like to start with my lightest color and blend over the entire area first. Then I go in with my next darker color and blend just slightly less area than with the first color. I keep doing this as I move to each darker color and the end result is a really cool gradient effect with the colors.
After my ink blending was done, I grabbed a sparkle pen from Spectrum Noir and tapped the barrel to get some of that gorgeous clear sparkle to plop right onto my panel. Since the Distress Oxides react with water, I got a really cool effect with this technique.
I set my panel aside to dry and moved on to coloring. I chose to use alcohol markers here (the Spectrum Noir Classique line), but you can use whatever method you’re most comfortable with. Once your coloring is done, you’re ready for a sentiment.
I decided to do some ‘stamp surgery’ as I’ve heard it called. I wanted a more long and narrow sentiment rather than a stacked one, so I cut apart the two lines of text ‘fairy blessings’ and ‘coming your way!’ Then, I used my Mini MISTI to line them up in a straight line across and stamp them onto black cardstock with Embossing Ink. I poured on some white embossing powder, tapped off the excess, and melted the powder with my heat tool.
I adhered my sentiment across the top section of my card and then mounted the card panel on a white A2 sized card base. I’m absolutely in love with how this one turned out. Be sure to let me know what you think about it by leaving a comment!
Hello there crafty friends! Crystal here from Tawny Owl Paperie with a sweet little copic colored scene created using the cute Winter Fairy House stamp set from Scrapping for Less!! I am loving this adorable fairy cottage… it looks so cozy!
I knew that I wanted to create a little snowy scene with the cottage from the Winter Fairy House stamp set and the trees from the Winter Fairies stamp set. They work perfectly together!! I stamped the cottage on a card front of white card stock measuring 4-1/4 x 5-1/2″. I then stamped the cottage and trees on another piece of white card stock and colored them with the following copic markers:
Once all the trees and the cottage were colored, I fussy cut them and cleaned up the edges with a Memento tuxedo black marker. I even cut apart a pair of trees giving me more options in creating my scene. I then set the images aside and grabbed the card front that I had previously stamped the cottage on. I wanted to create a snowy scene but still have a lot of white left on the card… since I was going to basically paper piece the cottage I was able to color over the image on the card front but still have an idea of placement for all of the images.
I started by drawing a light line of blue with the lightest blue copic marker across the card front to divide the sky and the snow. I then colored the sky by just flicking my markers upwards working from lightest to darkest blue until I was happy with the blend. I then added just a little bit of shadow with a light gray copic marker for all of my snow. I placed the trees in the areas that I planned to adhere them and colored the shadows for those, as well.
I adhered all of the elements for my scene using a liquid glue and then adhered the entire panel to a dark purple card base… I think this turned out really cute! To finish off the card, I stamped the sentiment on a scrap of white card stock and mat it on black card stock. I adhered it to the card and decided this one was done. I just love how cozy this little scene feels!
Hello, it’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma up today on the Scrapping for Less blog with a wood slice ornament featuring stamps from the new exclusive Winter Fairy Collection.
I recently ordered more wood slices from Amazon. This time I purchased them a little bit bigger than the ones I used for my Christmas ornaments. Those were 2.75″-3″ in size, the ones I just got are 3.75″-4″.
I stamped the fairy and trees from the Winter Fairies stamp set with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. I then colored the images with my Ohuhu alcohol markers. You could use any alcohol marker or colored pencil to color these in.
I used Nuvo Glitter Accents in Fresh Snowfall to put some dimension on her hat and ground. Nuvo Crystal Glaze added the perfect shine to the star wand. And lastly I added Nuvo Clear Glitter Glaze marker to her wings.
Next I felt she needed a decorative box to put her in. So I took two sheets of the Winter in Pink 6×6 paper and made a box.
For the bottom I scored the sheet at 1″ on all for sides, snipped the corners and taped the edges together with score tape. For the top I cut down the sheet to 5″ square and scored on all four sides at 1/2″ and assembled it the same way. I decorated the top with a triangle scrap I had left over from my Banner I did last week and a white paper doily from Doodlebug. Tying a sheer white ribbon around the box completed my project.
How adorable is this sleepy fairy?!?! Today I made an interactive card using items from the SFL Release. The fairy is on an action wobbler!
This card was so much fun to make and I think this fairy is super sweet. I stamped out 2 images from the Winter Fairies stamp set and colored them in with Copic markers. I trimmed down 2 pieces of pattern paper from the Winter in Pink paper pad and used a stitched scallop basic edge die on the star paper. I then stamped the sentiment from the Fairy House stamp set and used a little Spun Sugar distress ink along the edge.
If you’re interested in the process video, you can view it over on the SFL YouTube channel HERE.
If you’re interested in the New Release – they are available individually and as a bundle – just click on the photo to be brought to SFL’s Online Store.
Hi everyone! I’m Beth from Bourbon Creek Crafts and I’m super excited to be a guest designer this month for SFL! Today I’m sharing a different way to use the Winter Fairies stamp set and Winter in Pink paper pack. I needed some thank you gifts for a birthday party my daughter ishavingand this bundle was perfect!
I made a decorated post itnotepad holder using one of the fairies and sentiments from the Winter Fairies stamp set.I also have a process video on my YouTube channel, Bourbon Creek Crafts. I colored the fairy with a variety of Prismacolor colored pencils and then accented her hat withNuvoGlitter Drops in White Diamond and glittered up her wings(and the star on the wand)with clear Wink of Stella. Because every good fairy should have some sparkle!
To make the post it note holder, I used a 3 1/4 x 7 inch piece of heavy duty white cardstock. I scored the cardstock piece at 3 1/4 inches from both ends. Then I used 2 different papers from the Winter in Pink 6×6 paper pack to decorate the cardstock. I cut the patterned paper to 3 1/8 inches square, so there was just a small border of the white cardstock base showing and adhered it to the post it note holder base.
I stamped the “a warm fairy hello” onto white cardstock and cut it down to ¾ inch by 1 3/8 inches. I also cut one end of that piece into a fish-tail banner. I fussy cut the fairy and adhered the fairy and the sentiment to the front of the post it note holder. Then I finished it off with some sequins from past SFL Flavor of the Month kits.
Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed my project! I look forward to joining you all again later this month!
I have a video up over at our YouTube channel showcasing Doodlebug Designs Christmas Magic. Take a peek over there to see what our January Christmas series has in store! I totally forgot to take pictures…ooops and then it was too dark tonight…so that is why I am just sending you over to YouTube.
I am so sorry I have been very neglectful in choosing winners.
September’s Winner: Mary Millet (a package of goodies)
October’s Winner: Denise Bryant (past Flavor of the Month Kit)
November’s Winner: Andre M (past Flavor of the Month Kit)
December’s Winner: Michelle Watson Christ (15 Store Credit)
I will be sending out an email tomorrow to the winners.
Hello there crafty friends! Crystal here from Tawny Owl Paperie with another sweet card using the adorable Winter Fairies stamp set by Scrapping for Less. I couldn’t wait to ink up this adorable fairy napping on the moon… doesn’t she just look so happy?! Love it!
I started by stamping the cute fairy on the moon with Memento tuxedo black ink and then I colored the image in with the following copic markers:
Skin ~ E000, E00, E21, R00, R20
Hair ~ E35, E37
Clothes ~ RV0000, RV10, RV11, C00, C1
Moon/Cloud ~ Y000, Y11, Y13, Y18, B000
Once the cute fairy and moon were colored, I fussy cut them… and even used my craft knife to cut the tiny space between the fairy’s hat and the moon. I just realized that I missed the space between her hat and her wing… oops! Anywho, I set that aside and got to work on the background.
I blended a tiny bit of Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide ink in the center left portion of the panel and blended some Tumbled Glass,Blueprint Sketch, and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide inks around that center portion working my way outwards to the edge. I blended over these a few times to get just the right blend. I then dried my background with a heat tool and splattered some white acrylic paint onto the background for my stars.
I set the background aside to dry and die cut the stitched scallop frame from Gina Marie Designs and the stitched clouds from Lawn Fawn, both from white card stock. I then adhered the clouds to the back of the frame piece and trimmed the edges. I trimmed down the blended background to 4-1/8 x 5-3/8″ and then popped up the frame/cloud piece on the blended background.
I then adhered the entire panel onto a white card base. I love how this sweet card turned out! I sure hope that you like it too!