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  1. Hi Everyone!

Today I have a card that I think is fitting for what we all enjoy doing–creating art!  Kat’s new Everyday Brush Strokes stamp set and Lawn Fawn’s Fairy Friends stamp set make a whimsical combination.  This card is perfect for a crafty friend or as a reminder to ourselves as to why we love this great hobby of paper crafting.

 

I started off by blending some Salty Ocean Distress Oxide ink onto the front of a white notecard.  The perfect shade of light blue to create a dreamy look.  I also cut out a heart from Kat’s Double Stitched Heart Dies.  I used Tim Holtz/Ranger Distress Watercolor Cardstock for this since I would be stamping a rainbow of brush strokes on top.  I wanted to give the look of a little painting that the fairies created :).

I used my stamp platform to stamp a rainbow of colors down the heart die cut.

 I stamped the fairies and wands and colored them in with a variety of Copic markers,  then cut them out with their matching dies.  I colored their little wings in with a Clear Overlay Sparkle Marker from Spectrum Noir.

I backed the heart with a square I cut out using the Wonky Wavy Stitched Square die and some kraft cardstock.  I popped everything else up with foam squares and added some sequins from the Fluffy Clouds sequin mix.

Thanks so much for joining me today.  I have all the supplies I used from the Kat Scrappiness shop linked below.  Be sure to use my coupon code, Heidi10 to receive 10% off your purchase in the shop.

Heidi

 

–SUPPLIES–

Everyday Brush Strokes stamp set

Lawn Fawn’s Fairy Friends stamp set

Lawn Fawn’s Fairy Friends die set

Double Stitched Heart Dies

Wonky Wavy Stitched Square die

Salty Ocean Distress Oxide ink

Versamafine Onyx Black Ink

Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform

Clear Overlay Sparkle Marker from Spectrum Noir

Tim Holtz/Ranger Distress Watercolor Cardstock

Fluffy Clouds sequin mix

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