Monday, May 10, 2010

Magical Wishes

This is one of my cute little fairy stamps from Lili of the Valley Ltd, and I thought she would be so cute paired with some of this Green at Heart paper from Basic Grey. You have to take note of a couple of things on this card. First, the little charm that I made with Shrink Plastic. I'm going to be experimenting with some of my metallic inks to see if they will shrink also. It is so fun to see what you have stamped shrink before your eyes. Second, I sewed with the machine again and I know you sewers out there will get a kick out of knowing that there is a right and wrong way to put in the bobbin. Can we all say,"learning curve". :-)
3 Challenges:
Supplies: White Card Blank 5" X 6 1/2" Halcraft, Papers: Basic Grey-Green at Heart, Stampin Up-Whisper White, Stamps: Lili of the Valley-On Tiptoe, Autumn Leaves Flourishes by: Rhonna Farrer, Stampin Up-Vintage Labels, Ink: Momento-Tuxedo Black, Stampin Up-Kiwi Kiss, Copic Markers, Bic Mark It pens, Darcie Shrink Plastic, silver jewelry cord, sewing machine, pop dots.

Thanks for viewing,
Beverly G ♥ 


LeAnne said...

Wow, you really did a wonderful job---sewing and a plastic charm---love them both! Yes, sewing can be a challenge sometimes---having the bobbin in the RIGHT way is quite helpful! :D Now you know, so you can do it lots & lots on future cards!

Katie said...

Fabulous card and I'm glad Peggy's sewing tutorial helped!
Thanks for playing in The Pixie Cottage this week :)

craftyb said...

Simply gorgeous...this lil fairy is adorable! Great job with the sewing! Thank you for joining us at Crafty Creations! bx

~Denise Lynn~ said...

Beautiful card! Love the take on the sketch with those pretty papers and that sweet image. Beautiful stitching details too. Thanks for sharing your work with us at The Pixie Cottage this week, hope to see you back again soon! :)

Claire Phillips said...

Thanks for playing along at Crafty Creations in our "magical" challenge with your lovely project! Cheers Claire x

artish said...

your background papers and flowers really work together to accentuate the red and green. just the perfect amount of blue~ well done! thank you for playing at the pixie cottage.

Adrina said...

What an adorablage image!!
Your charm looks great, must give that a try too.
And your sewing is very well done, great work.
Thanks for joining the Pixie Cottage this week.
Adrina XX

Anonymous said...

Your card turned out beautifully. thanks for joining us this week at the Pixie Cottage.

Beautiful Greetings said...

Oh my goodness you did a fabulous job on this card! I am so excited to hear that my sewing tutorial helped! Thanks for joining us at the Pixie Cottage!

Davi said...

VERY nice, great charm. Thanks for going us at the Pixie Cottage.