Here is another card for one of the HYCCT challenges. The hostess for this challenge was Barbara Anders. She challenged us to create a card with two sizes of any geometric shape on your project: Circles, rectangles, squares, ovals, you choose, just use two sizes!

I knew I wanted to use another Wee Image. I bought three of them, but I think I might get them all. The girl is just so cute. Since the Winter Fairy image was pretty even all around, I chose to cut it with the largest Circle Nestabilities die after I stamped her in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on Neenah Solar White cardstock.

The image was colored with Copic Markers (Skin: E0000, E00, R30    Hair: Y21, Y23, E31, E33     Coat: G12, G14, G16    Leaves: G07, G16, G28      Berries: R08, R29, R39     Flowers/mitten: RV21, RV23, RV25), masked, a few cloud masks were added and the image was airbrushed with Copic Marker B02. The coat trim was covered with Sugar Sparkly Fluff and the ground was covered with Chunky Crystal Crafty Sparkles.  The image was adhered to a piece of Kraft cardstock that had been cut and embossed with Big Scalloped Circles. The edges or the image were paper pierced.

A 1 3/4″ strip of one pattern of Patterned Paper from Echo Parks Holly Jolly Christmas collection was adhered over a 5″ square of another pattern of the same pack. A white strip of cardstock had been cut and embossed with a Snowflake Borderabilities. It was adhered under the green horizontal strip. The paper was cut and embossed with one of the Grand Circle Nestabilities and stitched to as lightly bigger white cardstock circle.

White Organdy Ribbon was colored with Copic Marker RV25 (I don’t have any bright pink ribbon) and tied around the horizontal strip. The bow was topped with a yellow button that was tied on with iridescent curling ribbon.  The snowflakes that came out of the Borderabilities cut were airbrushed with Copic Marker RV23 and two were adhered to the upper right of the image.

A sentiment from Whimsy’s Magical Whimsy Seals was stamped in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on a piece of white cardstock, cut and embossed with a Classic Circle Nestabilities die. The seal was colored with Copic Marker RV10 and RV00. Another snowflake was adhered next to the sentiment panel.

Stardust Stickles was added to the wings of the fairy and the pink parts of the snowflakes. Everything was adhered to the card base, Kraft cardstock cut and embossed with Grand Scallop Circle Nestabilities.

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

Beate

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

12 Responses to “Moments filled with Wonder”

  1. Beate this card is beautiful
    hugs

  2. Beate, this is so cute!!

  3. What a perfectly adorable image!!! Of course your coloring is perfect, but I really like the sketch too! Your sentiment is also perfect for this image and I see some beautiful ribbon with your button…I have some ribbon like that! LOL!!

  4. Mmmmmm….teal, pink and kraft!…LOVE that combo!…especially with the sweet circle shape!

  5. She is such a doll. I love the added glitter to the wings and little snowflakes. You make some of the best shaped cards. 🙂
    Hugs~

  6. OH she’s darling!!! Love the idea of colouring the ribbon with a copic! MUST remember to do that!

  7. omg this is remarkable! Your coloring is so enjoyable to look at! Beautiful card, love the snowflakes and scalloped edges!

  8. Oh is that ever so sweet, you have a wonderful way of coloring that just brings everything to life, darling in every way!!

  9. This is yet another beauty, Beate.

  10. Wow, this is beautiful! Love all the layers, the image and your coloring is fabulous! Hugs, Karen

  11. Adorable Beate. So soft & elegant as all your cards. I love the colors you used. Thank you for sharing. ;0)

    Traci Lord

  12. awww…. love love the sweet image and how you colored it! such a sweet card, Beate! love it!

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