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A little spinner girl

Mo has done it again, not only does she have the most amazing digi images, but now, she's created a whole other side - literally!

This sweet little girl has two sides, which is perfect for a spinner card - or two separate cards.  I have chosen to make a spinner card, showcasing two coloured sides - one showing her sweet smile and dress, the other showing a beautiful bouquet of flowers.

First I hopped over to Mo's Digital Pencil and got this awesome image.  I used sticker paper to print the image onto so that I could adhere both images together.  Then I used my Copics to colour little Tia in, and then glossed her eyes and buttons.  I totally forgot to put the thread down the middle of the image before sticking together so I threaded it at the top and the bottom.  Then I added it to my foldable card.

I thought the card needed something so I made a little top (it folds flat too), it's the perfect addition to this card which looks great sitting out and catching a gentle breeze so little Tia can spin and share her flowers.

I have joined the following challenges:

Cardz TV - Anything Goes (w)
Cute Card Thursday - Something fun (w)
Crafty Gals Corner - Anything Goes (w)
Sunny Day Crafting - Colour it (w)
Snarky Stampers - T is for technique (create a spinner)(2w)

I love you fairy much

I spotted this gorgeous little angel over at Mo's Digital Pencil and knew I had to colour her in! She comes with 3 other sentiments in different fonts and can be found here.

I'm always trying different colours of hair, so I thought a little red-head was in order today.  I also kept her outfit a simple white and her wings are shaded in blue.

I added some tiny gems for a little sparkle and some gloss to her eyes and heart.

I layered the image on red cardstock and a doilie patterned acetate.  This was perfect to lighten the background red somewhat and keep focus on the image.

Lastly I doodled around the edges of the image and the sentiment with fine black pen.

I have joined the following challenges:

Cute Card Thursday - Something new (image & acetate) (w)
Crafting From the Heart - Anything Goes (w)
Penny's Challenge - Anything Goes (w)
Crafty Cardmakers - Bling's the thing (2w)
Creative Moments Challenge Blog - Anything goes (2w)

Be Mine

It's a new year and that means all new creations!  I'm getting myself ready for Valentine's Day.  I thought I might get organised early by making my cards and decorations in January.

For this card I have used an image from Some Odd Girl - I just love all the different characters and possibilities that their images have.

I printed the image on sticker paper and then adhered it to red cardstock.  The image is coloured with Copics and then I added some gloss and gems.  I used some pretty valentine themed paper that has flocked birds on it.  Lastly I dug into my stash and found the Be Mine sticker.

I also inked the edges of the papers to give some definition.

I have joined the following challenges:

Some Odd Girl - January Challenge (m)
Sweeet Stampin' Challenge - Lots of Layers (w)
Crafty Catz Weekly Challenge - Anything Goes (w)
Colour Crazy Challenge - Anything Goes (w)
Creative Knockouts - Anything Goes (w)

The last creation for the year

It's only 3 hours til the New Year and I just want to thank each and every one of you for visiting and/or commenting on my creations over the past year.  I read every one and love visiting your blogs for inspiration.

My last creation is a fold-out card with spinning reindeer.  I used a reindeer digi image and printed two of them, but facing each other.  I cut out both images and then added a piece of thread between the images before sticking together.

I then created the card using two cards that I put together (facing each other).  I cut a square out of the middle and then added green card and patterned paper.  The background has layered white paper that I edged in grey and added some diecut trees.

I adhered some more diecuts and some enamel dots.

The edges of the cardstock are inked and doodled around.  I also added some bling to the centre of the snowflakes for sparkle.

Thanks for visiting and have a happy New year!!

Christmas Magic

There's still a little Christmas magic in the air - and I'm helping by making a little wand!

I've used a sweet image from Lacy Sunshine - Snowflake Dreamer.  I printed two images o that I could lift the little fairy off the snowflake.

I used my Copics to colour each piece, adding some silver Stickles to the tips of the showflake for sparkle.

For the back of the snowflake I cut a circle of cardstock and then lined it with a white feathery boa.  Then I added the snowflake on top.

Lastly I added a red & white straw, ribbon and chipboard.

It turned out so sweet! Now I can sprinkle Christmas Magic everywhere!