Soooooo, I printed my fairy that I purchased from Mo Manning. I painted her with Twinkling H2O's Cherry Sorbet, Buttercup, Warm Pecan, Almond Beige, and Solar Gold. Her wings were done using Glossy Accents applied with the trusty little bottle below:
I have 4 or 5 of these filled with the Glossy Accents, Dimensional Glue, Glitter Glue, and Gesso, etc. I also keep a fine fine beading needle in case I forget to put the top back on before putting it away, etc. The tip of the bottle allows me to get right up to the edge of whatever I am doing with it. When I bought mine I think they were around 2.75 each. HERE is the most reasonable I could find at a quick look. If you look for them locally they can be found in wood working shops and places where they sell supplies for tying fly fishing flies. :-)After applying the GA I added Deco Art Glamour Dust Crystal Glitter to them and then shook off the extra. I used Stickles Diamond over the areas I had painted with Solar Gold and then mounted a 2mm pearl with GA on her ear.
The Backgournd DP's are Frances Meyer Pink/White Polka dots and KandCo Garden Medley Embossed papers.
A while back a friend came to stamp and brought her Ellison Clouds Die with some other stuff. I borrowed it to save the clouds for this card. Here is what the ones I have look like. I also used my Magic Matter disk to get the outside rims using the DP I used for the BG frame. Then I turned them over on a Pergamano/embossing pad and used a stylus to give them depth, then mounted using 1/8" pop dots and leaving room for the ribbon underneath. I mounted the fairy using 1/16" pop dots. Michaels organza ribbon was mounted and the bow tied with my Bow-Easy.
The corners were done with the same Glossy Accents Glue Applicator. Then pushed the peal into it and applied Deco Art Glamour Dust Crystal to it. Let it set for a minute before shaking it off. That helps it keep its rim a little better. The heart pearl button in the lower right-hand corner, with the shank removed, was purchased at Hancock Fabrics.
So some credits are due here. I first fell in love with 'Slightly Chubby Fairy' after seeing it HERE. I saw the corners done on the same blog HERE. One very talented lady, Jenny Gropp at One Krafty Kat!!
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