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Believe in magic!

Happy monday!
It's franci (fridayfinally) here today to show you a magical project!
Here's what i created..
























This fairies by Lawn Fawn are adorableeee!! I decide to create a card .. but it's not only a card.. it's like a decorative panel you can hang on the wall and be inspired by! :)
First i die cut the biggest stitched rectangle from the set, and i gave it some color sponging some distress inks. I used Shabby shutters and spiced marmelade distress ink shades, starting from the top and the bottom and drawn the colors to the center of the card.
Then i stamped all my images on to some white cardstock with Memento Tuxedo black ink, i colored them with my copics. I fussy cut them and i i added some details wit a white gely roll pen and some Wink of Stella clear brush.
I stamped some leaves and those little sparkle marks ... on my background starting from a corner into the opposite one with a green ink to  add some interest and i started to build my scene.
Oh and i forgot.. yes, that little present is from the Gleeful gardens stamp set by Lawn Fawn.
I colored some white cardstock sponging some Abandoned coral distress ink and i put some perfect pearls on. I die cut all the letters and i glued down my sentiment with the fairies and all the other images. 
And that's all! 
A perfect inspirational panel! :)
Here's a little detail of my favourite fairy from the set..


Hope you like my project and thank you so so much for stopping by today! 
Have a lovely week and see you next monday! 
Believe in magic! 
franci :)

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