Friday, March 07, 2014

Wild Purple Fairy

It is Friday, and for me, the best part of Friday is that it is A Day for Daisies day!
Today the March Club Kit is available!  Check out all the new images here!

Do you want to be in on the images for a great price?  You want to check out the details of the club: here.

Also, this week, is the beginning of a new challenge on the A Day for Daisies Blog!  "Anything goes" this week!

Today I am so excited to share the Wild Purple Fairy with you:
She was so wonderful to color!  She is just blooming in the garden!
I have used the "out of the box" technique with the die to cut out this fairy:
1. Cut a scrap piece of paper with the desired oval  (Spellbinder’s Classic Oval) and place the scrap on the image where you want the oval to be.
2. Lightly with a pencil, trace around the oval the parts of the image that intersect with the image.
3. Lay the die itself on the image and again LIGHTLY with a pencil a, trace the oval where the image intersects.
4. Any part of the image that crosses the outside line must be cut out: Cut with a craft knife around the image to the inside line.
5. The die over the image and carefully lift out all of the cut out portions so they are resting on top of the die.
6. Run image through die cut machine.

You are going to be in awe of what my design teammates have created:

I hope you have a wonderful Friday and I hope you share what you have created with A Day for Daisies on the  Blog!

Stamps: Wild Purple Fairy (A Day For Daisies)
Cardstock: White cardstock from Georgia Pacific
Coloring Mediums:Prismacolor pencil and Copic markers
Fibers: Cotton Lace
Adhesives: Foam adhesive and Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
Die: Spellbinders Oval Die; Cuttlebug embossing folder:Textile;
Other: Diamond Stickles; Sequins; Self adhesive jewels


Becky said...

wow, this is stunning! Gorgeous image that you colored beautifully.

Jane France said...

This is sooooo beautiful julianna. :)

dpkennedy said...

This is stunning! I love how the fairy is blooming out of the bud! Gorgeous creation Juliana!

Broni said...

She is so lovely! The purple and green pop so beautifully against the white!