Friday, 15 April 2011

A card for a child

Good morning, peeps! Yep, that's the title of the current challenge over at Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge at the moment. I couldn't get my card ready in time for the first DT group so one of my kind teamies stepped in for me and I'm part of the second week's team for this challenge. Anyhoo, it got me thinking about what appealed to me as a small child and it was definitely a fantasy word of fairies and fairytales - so what's changed I hear you say!! Here she is surrounded by her fairytale land(provided via a bit of masking):

I think this could be a Fairy Godmother Tilda .... in my imagination anyway. She's coloured with Copics and Prismas and the rest of the 'recipe' is below. I hope you have a wonderful day whatever you decide to do with it. I have a sample card for next week's class to finish then, later on, I'm assisting in the moving of (some of) my hubby's office from the dining room table to a proper office. Whoop, whoop - I may even see it's (sometimes) polished surface again and not have to move piles of paper every evening to eat supper! I live in hope!

Recipe:


DP: First Edition 'Spring Feast' Flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts Die cut leaves: Marianne Creatables Forest Branch Punches: EK Success small Retro Flower punch and Leonie Em Maidenhair Fern Pearls and other bling: The Hobby House Sentiment: LOTV Hugs


10 comments:

  1. Oh Diane that is gorgeous I love how youve put her on that background its fabulous. with hugs Shirleyxxxx

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  2. Beautiful Diane, as always. Love that shade of pink, x

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  3. Oh my godness, Diane! I'm in love with your magical card, it's truly gorgeous! Love the fairytale theme, the little scene you've created is so fabulous! A perfect card for a child, I'm sure any little girl would adore and treasure it!

    thanks for your sweet comments at my blog! it always make my day when you pop by and say hello!

    Have a nice weekend!
    hugs from Hanna

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  4. I bet you dont see that polished top for ages yet lol...I havent seen my desk top for weeks...your card is just stunning Diane, beautiful colouring
    Mina xxx

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  5. Very beautiful work, Diane! Your blog is lovely. I am now following you :D
    Have a wonderful week ♥
    Love n hugs,
    Lori

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  6. Gorgeous card, Diane, love the scene you have created, its beautiful!
    Hugs Tab xxx
    Ps don't feel bad about commenting, hun, I totally understand, I find it hard to keep up with it all these days too LOL....xxx

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  7. As always - beautiful.
    Love how you have done the staircase behind her. The whole card does have a mystical quality about it - magical and mystical.
    Those boxes you asked about on my blog are from the Pound Shop.
    Hugs, Neet x

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  8. Love your Tilda scene Diane! beautiful coloring and designing... love the die cut branch and flowers in the foreground... I've been debating about purchasing that die... hmmm... I think I need it! lol TFS!
    Pam Going Postal

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