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Frosty Fairy Friends!

Hey crafty friends!

It’s Julia here with magical (and frosty!) scene card! I hope you are not sick of wintery cards yet! I realized that I have barely used the adorable Frosty Fairy Friends from Lawn Fawn, so I thought it was finally time to do so! 

First I stamped my images onto Neenah Solar White cardstock and colored them in using Copic Markers.

Then I die cut the Stitched Scalloped Rectangle dies three times out of white cardstock and layered them for extra dimension. I also die cut grassy borders and birch trees. The dies I used are currently out of stock, but the ones from Sunny Studio Stamps or Lawn Fawn or would work perfectly as well! I added a few stripes with my markers onto the trees to add a little more interest. After that, I ink blended Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Dusty Concord, Wilted Violet and Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxide onto a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock for a vibrant, magical winter sky. I also added lots of splatters of Liquid Stardust for more shine. Then, I added a tiny bit of Peacock Feathers Oxide on the very tips of the grass borders and sprayed them with shimmer spray for an icy look.

I stamped the sentiment with Versafine Clair ink. Then, I adhered the trees and then the grassy borders to the background. After that, I added my images with liquid glue and foam squares.

Finally, I used white paint to add snowy accents on my tree house and to add even more sparkle I added Crystal Glaze, lots of shimmer pen and Stickles!

If you want to see how this card came together you can click on the video below!

Thank you so much for spending time with me today and I hope you have an amazing day!



  1. Eek! This is so MAGICAL, and so darling! I Pinned it to my Lawn Fawn board on Pinterest! Thanks for your inspiration!


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