I created this card for last Sunday’s Featured Stamper challenge. Lori’s gallery was amazing to explore. Talk about gorgeous coloring and cards!!! She had used a lot of Mo’s Digital Pencil images. After already seeing Alice Wertz and others create gorgeous cards with them, I couldn’t help myself and ordered a few.

My inkjet printer made me angry. The images always smear a bit when I color them with Copics. So I bought a Laserjet printer at BestBuy on sale for $99. I will let you know how that goes.

For my card to case I picked Lori’s beautiful fairy card. I also picked a fairy from Mo’s, her Baby Fairy Yuriko.  I stayed in the pastel color group, just switched out her blues with pink. I kept her layout, but added some stitching, Border and Pearls to my case.

The image was printed out, cut and embossed the image with the largest Rectangle Nestabilities die and the Out of the Box Technique. It was colored with Copic Markers (Hair: E34, E37, E39, Skin: E50, E51, E53, Wings: Y13, Y15, Y17, Y38, W2, Flower Leaves: YG01, YG03, YG05, Bird: YG01, YG03, BG13, Y13, Y15, Y38, Dress: RV10, RV13, RV14, Ground: E33, E35, Background: BG10, BG0000) and layered first on a piece of Echo Park’s Life is Good paper, then on a 3 1/4″ x 4 1/8″ piece of Sour Apple Cardstock. The edges of the image layer were paper pierced for an extra border.

A 4″ x 4 3/4″ piece of Life is Good Echo Park paper was stitched to a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ piece of Sour Apple, which had it’s bottom edge cut and embossed with the Petite Fair Isle Borderabilities dieAvocado Linen Ribbon was tied around the layers with a piece of May Arts Organdy tied in and topped with a button from my Mom’s stash.

The card base is a 4 5/8″ x 11 1/2″ piece of Textured Whisper White cardstock folded in half. Yellow Kaisercraft Pearls finish off the card.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

20 Responses to “Baby Fairy Yuriko”

  1. Beate this is so SOFT and PRETTY!

  2. OMG! This is an absolutely sweet/beautiful card!
    Thank you so very much for sharing!

  3. OH! This is so pretty! The pink and green combo has got to be one of my favorite color combinations… love the stitching and pearls!

  4. Oh so precious and fully of spring Beate!

  5. Sweet color combination! What a soft and feminine creation. Love it, Beate – thanks for sharing!!!

  6. What a sweet card Beate!
    Adorable image and great colouring:)
    Hugs, Heidi:)

  7. What a sweet card – I love how the wing and petals extend beyond the matt. Love the stitching and the yellow pearls too.

  8. This is such a sweet pretty card! Your coloring is always perfect!

  9. LOVE this card!! so very sweet!! and your coloring is amazing!

  10. Love this sweet image and her wild hair!

  11. This is beautiful! Love your colouring!

  12. Beautiful Beate! what a fantastic image!!

  13. drool….. gorgeous coloring, girl!! beautiful vibrant colors. such a beautiful card, Beate! love love love it! going back to staring at it a little more… =)

  14. I love your color combo with the pink and green! Your coloring of the image is perfect! Well done!

  15. Hehe, what a sweet image Beate, love the colors and your wonderful coloring…HUGS and happy day 😉

  16. So sweet, Beate! Your coloring is always so beautiful!

  17. SO totally cute!! Love the pearls..what great colors!!

  18. Absolutely adorable! Love the touches of pearls to go with the sweet fairy!

  19. SO SO SWEET! Beautifully coloured! Let me know how that printer goes. Mine always smears too 🙁 I’d do a lot more digi things if I didn’t have to be so careful! LOL!

  20. Awww she is the sweetest 🙂 love how the bird and her wings go over the cardstock, and the pearls are such a pretty touch!
    There is an award for you over on my blog! I will not be offended if you don’t want to mess with it, just wanted to share your talent with others that may stop by my blog

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