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Thank You Fairy Much



Hello crafty friends (and a goodbye for now too!!)
Well, it's here - my last blog post for my DT term here at Butterfly Reflections Ink! It's been great fun, thanks so much for the support and I will hopefully see you every now and again for a post here and there!!

As mother's day is on it's way (hope you have all left your crafty wish lists in strategic places so the family can see what you want!!! - or they can just get you a voucher from Vanessa at BRI hehe!!) I used this cuter than cute stamp & die set from Avery Elle - Pixie Dust


I had a fun - concept in mind of how Mums are the "cleaning fairy", "cooking fairy", "washing fairy" etc - just a thank you to the "fairy" in your household!
Had to put a little interactive slider element into it too so she could fly!


 To make this card, I started by cutting a stitched rectangle and sponging it with Distress Oxide inks - tattered Rose & Worn Lipstick. I splattered this with water droplets and used a die to cut a channel for my slider. I stamped "Mum" with a sentiment (modified by me with scissors!!) from the WPlus9 Strictly Sentiments 4 stamp set. Then I stamped the sentiment from the Pixi Dust set underneath. I stamped and coloured the fairy with copics and completed the slider piece which I adhered her to. I used mounting foam to adhere the front panel to a white card-base. I finished the card with sequins and kindy glitz to add some sparkle.


Thanks again for all the crafty love during my time here and look forward to seeing all the new DT creations ahead!

Ali xx






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