Saturday, 17 November 2012

Fairy wing card

Good afternoon bloggers, are we all ready for Christmas yet??
I keep trying to make pressies and cards but just can't get started.
My craft room looks as if a bomb has been dropped.......oh my !
I must get a grip. Today I have another 'Less is More' card to
 show you.It's week 94 and the theme this week is.........
"This could include a variety of things, but most probably it will be
 something made of metal! It could include, brads, charms, eyelets,
 clips, staples, pins, studs etc. If nothing fitting this description appear
 in your supplies, faux hardware will probably suffice... as long
 as it looks good!"
Hmm.... had me a tad worried this week but then I saw this angel/fairy
 wing charm  and decided to use my fav fairy image again.I even managed
not to use mainly PINK this time  too. I went for shades of blue/green just
 for a change. 
ps. a big welcome to my latest follower also, welcome aboard.

Card Recipe
Image   'Day for daisies' digi 'Talking with the moon'
Card   Linen card white Papermill shop
Nesties   Plain circle and scalloped circles
Embossing folder   Tied together ( by Couture creations)
Liquid pearls White opal ( used in middle of embossing parts)
Dovecraft  shimmer chalks
 Copics & Promarkers
Glamour dust ( again )
Quickie glue pen
3d pads & small flat pads
Angel wing charm from stash
Jump ring from stash
Hole punch 
'Less is More' #94 Hardware
Clearly inspired    Clean & simple


  1. Fabulous design, Viv! Love your pretty coloured image. Your embossing is really lovely...brilliant job with the liquid pearls! They embellish your embossing beautifully! :) x

  2. This is gorgeous,love the image and fab

  3. Lovely card - love the wing embellie too


  4. Very pretty card! Love your layout and the embossing and wing embelli are perfect Sue x

  5. Gorgeous card I love the cute little fairy and the layout is fabulous. Caroline xxx

  6. This is so sweet and simple. I hope you don't mind if I take inspiration from this card, I love the layout. Elaine

  7. This is stunning Viv. I love the image and embossing and the layout is fabulous

    Hugs Sue

  8. Such a pretty image and I love the way you've colored it. Beautiful! ann

  9. So pretty Viv and I love the dreamy blue and green colour scheme. The charm looks gorgeous suspended from the punched hole. Vicky x
    PS Don't want to panic you or anything but there are only 38 days left until Christmas day!

  10. Beautiful card Viv great layout


  11. as is always the case, viv, your card is the very definition of gorgeous! you are so very talented!!

  12. What a super card Viv!
    I love the idea of suspending the charm from the circle like that and the colouring of that gorgeous image is stunning.
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  13. Wonderful card Viv, so beautiful, and of course I love the blue/green colour combo o)
    Jackie xx

  14. Fabulous card Viv. Love the design and the colours are gorgeous.
    Lynne xxx

  15. Gorgeous card, love the wing charm and the colours!

  16. Hi Viv... well I'm glad to see a little bit of pink snuck in onto the flowers on her head!!!

    Your card really is gorgeous... I love that little fairy image and your fab design!!

    Christine x

  17. Oh I love this card! The colours are gorgeous and the charm is perfect with your fairy :) Sarah x

  18. Beautiful little image and I love the charm. x

  19. A very pretty card. I love the blue and green colour combination. The charm is such a great match for the image.

  20. Nearly missed this Viv, just caught sight of it on LIM! Great design, such a pretty image and I love the wing:)
    Val x

  21. Hi Viv this is just gorgeous and love the little wing

    Thanks for joining us
    Less Is More

  22. Such a stunning card. Love the texture and the way you cut out the circle shape to accomodate your coloured image. So clever. Thanks for sharing it with us at Clearly iStamp challenge # 64.


Thankyou so much for leaving a comment, everyone much appreciated :) Viv xx

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