Hey everyone…or is there just the one?! Ha ha
I wanted to make something different from the usual fairies of late, today. I messed up two fabulous backgrounds made on the Gelli Plate by stamping going wrong, etc, and when I looked at this one (made with Gelli plate, acrylic paints and a little alcohol inks with a stencil) i thought Tim Holtz Umbrella Man was perfect for this background! Hope you agree!
Heres another fairy card I made. All Lavinia stamps
I used Distress Inks and a cobweb stencil for the background, which I am rather pleased with. I stamped the Lavinia Stamps moon, foliage and fairy. I didn’t like to spoil it with words on it but I may add them later for an appropriate occasion!
Im still in my Fairy phase, so Im assaulting you with more if them!
This tall card was a background I had made and had laying around. Its been spritzed with Gold Glimmer Mist, but it doesn’t show in the photo.
Fairy and Hedgehog stamps are by Lavinia Stamps, as is the hanging fauna.
This fairy and hare often keep each other company in the forest. I hope I have captured them well here.
Distress Oxide Inks used and Lavinia Stamps
Creating the background is sometimes more luck than good judgment, and once you get a good one, you worry that stamping it incorrectly will ruin it! Thankfully, that didn’t happen today!
This card is made mostly with Lavinia Stamps and Distress Oxide inks
I made a quick card for my brother in laws birthday with this Lavinia Stamps moon stamp and the Stampin Up trees stamp. Oh and the two miniature dragons are from LS also!
Here I embossed the background to look like the sea, and added this lovely lighthouse die. I found the ‘sky’ background on my work surface on a piece of scrap paper and it looked perfect for a sky so I used it!
Here is another scene scape background, which Im pleased with after I stamped all over it!!!
And yet another fairy card….using the Lavinia Stamps Scene Scapes backgrounds, which I stamped over.