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Fairwee Mia Wish

Hi!  Some time ago, I won a little blog candy from Amy Young and yes, I know it's taken me a long time to finally ink up little Fairwee Mia.  But I finally did and created a circle easel card for the following challenges:

Flutter By Wednesdays #191 has an inspiration photo,

All that Scraps Wednesday Challenge is to use a fancy fold,

and Lollipop Crafts Challenge #68 is anything goes.

I used Sweet November stamp Fairwee Mia and also the mushroom from CC Designs.  I used 2 stamps that I haven't inked up before so while I did purchase some digis recently, I'm still trying to get through to all my uninked stamps.  The Wish sentiment is from PTI's Tiny Tags set.

This is how it looks opened.  I used clear cardstock for the front circle so Fairwee Mia can look like she is flying above the mushroom.  Though if you are like my hubby you will ask why is she trying to jump over the mushroom?  Sigh, because she's a fairy with wings and not a tiny little lady trying to jump the mushroom.  Ohhhhh, her wings are too small. Probably cause she's a tiny fairy.  So that was the gist of my conversation over this card with my hubby.  I added the flowers on the inside to hold up the front and they were yellow but I colored them pink (though they look a bit red) to go along with the inspiration photo. 

Both the mushroom and Fairwee Mia are popped up on dimensionals.

A little close up.  Fairwee Mia was fast to color, she's so tiny!  I added some rhinestones, butterflies, glossy accents on the mushroom, stickles, and twine too.

Thanks for reading!

Comments

Alyce said…
Eva this is gorgeous! I love how she is on the clear background...works really effectively :) haha you know what I didn't notice her wings either! ;)
Awesome job Eva~
Congrat's too!
Such a unique way of doing this card....
Rachel Parys said…
Oh my gosh, you are so stinking smart! Not fair! ;)

That is really brilliant. I have some acetane sheet that I never really did anything with...until now.....

I like how you randomly put the bling on there too. AWESOME card sister!
Lorraine said…
So adorable, Eva! I love both images, your creative card design and the use of acetate!
Mimi said…
oh how adorable!! love the details and the clear acetate card! Thanks for joining us at Lollipop Crafts! ;D
Leanne said…
Hi Eva, this is definitely worth the wait! What a fabulous idea, and where o where did you get that clear cs? Gorgeous coloring, terrific layout and that it's an easel card is so cool.. Fun and fantastik!
Thanks so much for joining in the FBW & Lollipop challenges this week.
;)
Linda said…
Hey Eva! This is such a cutie patootie of a card! Very sweet!
Janine said…
ooooooo she is adorable
love it

janine dt ats
Cheryl said…
Neat easel card! Your coloring looks awesome!
scrap joanny said…
great project :-) so cute -thanks so much for playing with Lollipop - hugs Joanna
Super Sweet! Love your coloring and the dp.Thank you so much for joint us at All that Scraps this week. We hope to see you again next week.
Tons of Hugs, Dangina
Tracy said…
Eva this is off the charts cute!!! Love, love, love what you did with these images. Your coloring is fabulous. Thank you for joining us at All That Scraps!
Hugs,
Tracy
Annie Rose said…
Holy moly, this is SO awesome! :)
RiNNE said…
Fantastic easel card! The details are adorable and so is your fairwee :).

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