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Friday, 2 May 2014

Lavinia Stamps, distress inks, Wow embossing powder, Twinkling H20's, Stickles and Glossy Accents.



Howdy all,

It's lovely Lavinia Stamp time again whoo hoo,
 and the start of a new Challenge, the theme for May is 'Birthday Girl'.

I have made two cards as my DT inspiration, I hope you like them.


My first card is 6"x 8", the stamps used are
'Fairy Words', 'Giselle', 'Lavender', 'Stars 2' and 'Have a Fairy Happy Birthday', you can view all the stamps HERE.

I stamped the Fairy Words and the Happy Birthday in Versamark, and heat embossed with a Pink sparkle Wow powder, I stamped the stars all over the remaining card, adding stickles here and there for that must have sparkle.


On a separate piece of card, I stamped the lovely Giselle, coloured her using Twinkling H20 paints, unfortunately the photo does not show the great effect these paints have. I also stamped the Lavender, using 3 colours of Distress inks, then added stickles, (I am addicted, lol), and Glossy accents to the bubbles. 
When it was all dry, I used a die, to cut it into a circle, and added a mat of bright pink.






My 2nd Card was created using,
'Spiral of Spells', 'Fayllin', 'Willow', 'Field Grass', Slender Mushrooms', 'Butterflies' and 'Miniature Toadstool', you can view all the stamps HERE.


This 6"x 6" card was coloured using Distress inks, and stamped using Spiral of spells in Tumbled Glass, Fayllin in Chipped Shapphire, then the plants were added around the card.
 I coloured the Fairy wings with Promarkers, added stickles....again !!!, then little gems to the spiral.


The butterflies were stamped in Picked Raspberry, fussy cut, then, (of course) dabbed with stickles.


I hope you'll join in the Challenge, please pop over to the blog to see all the DT inspiration, they are all little works of art, have a go yourself, you don't have to have a blog, you can enter by email too, all details are HERE.

Thank you so much for visiting, it's much appreciated, thank you also for your fabulous comments, I love them.

See you soon,
Hugs, Pauline xxxx

16 comments:

  1. Good morning Pauline, I love both of these cards, they are so refreshing. The colours are stunning and of course I just love Lavina fairies !! \have a lovely day Hun.
    Hugs Jennifer xx

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  2. Absolutely adore your use of colours, always so pretty and feminine with that touch of bling, queen of scene does it again, wonderful xx Zoe xx

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  3. Such pretty colours, fabulous! Xx

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  4. wonderful and beautiful card Pauline.

    gr karin

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  5. O wow there both amazing the cols are divine xxxx

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  6. Two beautiful cards and loving the scenes you have created.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  7. just si beautiful...I love too H2O...and the circular distress inks bckgd on the 2nd card is very nice too.
    hugs bibiana

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  8. Two amazing cards, Pauline....but we now expect nothing less from you ;-) Fabulous colours! (I bought some H2O's recently, needless to say they haven't seen the light of day yet! xx)

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  9. Two really beautiful cards - love the images and that colouring is fabulous!! Great work.
    xx

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  10. brilliant cards, but i love the first one plus it has more pink lol, can never have enough can we x

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  11. Both are gorgeous! Love all the sparkle.

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  12. Beautiful colouring as always Pauline! Love the designs and the ribbon really sets the first one off so well - fab. x

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  13. Fabulous work Pauline gorgeous Judith xxx

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  14. Beautiful work Pauline, fabulous colours as always! Kx

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  15. Love both of these cards & all their sparkle. Such pretty colours too. Waiting for our first delivery of Lavinia stamps in my shop, so itching to get creating with them especially after seeing what you have created. I'm feeling very inspired!
    Amy x

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  16. Lots of sparkly gorgeousness here Pauline, really lovely.
    Love n Hugs xXx

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