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A Christmas fairy card

by Sarah Anderson

This little card is very quick to make and could be used as a last-minute Christmas card or as a thank you card for some of those lovely gifts you are sure to receive!

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Christmas fairy card (1)

Christmas fairy card (2)
Take your large acrylic block and sprinkle turquoise and ultramarine brusho onto it sparingly.  I have punched a hole in the top of my brusho containers to make sprinkling easier.  Spritz with clean water.
Place a small, square piece of white card onto the wet brusho ink.
Place a small, square piece of white card onto the wet brusho ink.
Christmas fairy card (4)
I was able to get three separate prints from one ‘sprinkling’.
Christmas fairy card (5)
Ink up the ‘Autumn Fall’ fairy stamp with black versafine, then use a baby wipe to remove the ink from the sycamore key.
Stamp onto brusho inked square card.
Stamp onto brusho inked square card.
Use the versamark pad to ink up a large zen snowflake and position it on the card as if the fairy was holding onto it and drifting down amongst the snow.  Add a variety of other snowflakes in the same way, and emboss using white detail embossing powder.
Use the versamark pad to ink up a large zen snowflake and position it on the card as if the fairy was holding onto it and drifting down amongst the snow.  Add a variety of other snowflakes in the same way, and emboss using white detail embossing powder.
Add glitter and pearl gems to your card after mounting it onto black card and attaching it to the folded card.
Add glitter and pearl gems to your card after mounting it onto black card and attaching it to the folded card.
Happy Christmas!!
Happy Christmas!!

 

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