Thursday, 20 July 2017

Fairy Shaker for Leonie

Hello lovely peeps


Today's make is a shaker card that I made with Leonie Pujol's Christmas stamps.

First I stamped the fairy from the Fairy Godmother set onto watercolour card with Black Archival ink


I stamped it again onto copy paper and cut it out


before adding Zig 2-way glue onto the back and leaving it to go clear (so it is repositionable)


With my handmade mask in place I overstamped the wings


and wording from the Christmas Greetings set


After covering the wording and wings with more masks (small enough to fit on sticky notes this time), I stamped on stars from the Tree Time set.


Once all my stamping was done I wanted to add a Brusho background, so I removed the paper masks (which would have got soaking wet) and painted all the stamped areas in with Pebeo Drawing Gum


After wetting the background with water, I brushed on diluted Crimson Brusho crystals


then sprinkled on Purple Brusho crystals and spritzed with water


I dried it off with a heat gun, rubbed off the drawing gum and then left the card under a large stack of books to flatten it out overnight.


To colour the fairy in I used Spectrum Aqua markers -
Peach for the skin, Tan and Boulder for the hair, Charcoal for shading


and diluted Crimson Brusho for the dress, shoes and wording.


I cut the top part of the dress out using a craft knife - using a glass mat makes it much easier to cut


I added double-sided tape around the back of the aperture and then attached a square of acetate.


For the base card I glued some more watercolour card to a 6"x6" card blank (to go behind the aperture) and then added two layers of foam tape.


I added more foam tape around the edges for stability and then added little white stars into the well in the centre before attaching the front layer (the white stars did not show up at all on TV, I should have gone with pink :o)


To colour in the stars I mixed Lemon, Copper and Clear sparkle pens on my craft mat to get a light gold colour, then applied with a slightly damp paintbrush.


As I had removed the collar and heart earlier when I cut my aperture, I stamped, coloured and cut out another one to glue over the top of the acetate.

I would like to enter this in the following challenges:-
Simon Says Stamp (Wed) We're seeing stars
Catch The Bug   Christmas in July - Make It Sparkle
Crafty Gals Corner # 132 Christmas in July
Little Red Wagon #403 Christmas in July
Oddball Art Stamps  AG/ optional A sky full of stars 
 Brown Sugar #259 Colour  

Thanks for stopping by,
Katrina x

8 comments:

  1. A great card. I just love shaker cards.
    Valerija xx

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  2. Thanks for showing how your card was made step by step, I love this original shaker card and I'll have to get some of that Pebeo stuff! So glad to see you join our Christmas in July event over at Catch the Bug, good luck in the challenge!

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  3. Your Christmas angel is darling, and stars are the perfect accompaniment for her! Thanks for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

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  4. Brilliant i just love this angel and your amazing colours Love and hugs Carole x

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  5. Thanks for joining us for Oddball Stamps Blog Challenge. Best of luck with your entry and hope to see you next month!
    Angie DT OddballStampsBlogChallange

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  6. Lovely! Wonderful idea to make her dress a shaker card. Such pretty inking and stamping too. Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon.

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  7. That is such a neat idea, lovely work. Thanks for joining us at Oddball Art Stamps Blog Challenge, hope to see you again soon.
    hugs
    Suzi
    xxx

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