Today I have a new card for you. This is a special one. I was asked to do a Guest Designer ship at Crafting By Designs Challenge Blog. And of course I said yes! I feel it is a real honour if they ask you for this and I love to play along.
My choice for a stamp was free but the theme for this week is "Fantasy", so I choose a digi stamp from Aurora Wings, "Dark Princess". I loved it to colour her up with my Copics.
For the papers I used a paper pad from Kaisercraft, "Fairy Dust".
The sentiment stamp is from Stampology.
Dies I used are from Magnolia a Doohickey; the leaves I made with a die from Cheery Lynn and Noor! Design, 6003/0046.
The flowers, Vintage Seam Binding and the metal corner are from Wild Orchid Crafts. On the flowers and along the stamp I put some Stickels, "Star Dust".
Probably hard to see, but on the stamp I also put some Stickels, "Lavender".
I also attached a heart charm at the bow.
Put some nice feathers in the right corner and some pearl bead string between the flowers.
The white lace, flat back pearls, bead string, feathers and charm are from my stash.
The inside of the card I decorated accordingly but kept it simple. I used a Scalloped Rectangle from Nestabilie and the Doohickey from Magnolia to make an edge.
I do hope you like this card and that you all play along with the fun Challenge at Crafting By Designs!
Every body thanks for passing by and I cannot say it often enough, thanks a lot for your lovely comments on my makings!
Digi stamp coloured with Copic Markers:
Skin: E000, E00, E01, E11, R20
Hair: C3, C5, C7, C9
Skull: C00, C0, C1, Y11, Y,13, Y15
Feathers: BG10, BG11, BG13, BG18
Lily's and Jewellery: V20, V22, V25, V28
Purple in between the feathers: V12, V15, V17
Craft Rocket Challenges: Challenge 37 - Fantasy
Noor! Design U.K.: Challenge May - Add Lace
Crafty Gals Corner: Challenge 122 - Bling
Modsquad Challenge: Challenge 10-05 - Colour an image
Through The Craft Room Door: Challenge 09-05 - Always Anything Goes
Use Your Stuff Challenge Blog: Challenge 263 - Feathers
Artistic Inspirations: Challenge 178 - Anything Goes