Friday, March 19, 2021

Bright and Beautiful Flower Fairy Card

Hi BPM Fans! Betty here today. I love fairy tales that are enchanting and stories of magic and fairies. This is why I love stamps that are cute and whimsical. When I saw this stamp set called Fairytale Fantasy Figures designed by Terri Sproul from Blank Page Muse Art Rubber Stamps, I knew I had to make some projects with it. I decided to make a bright and beautiful card as my first project. 

This stamp set comes with six amazing flower fairies, one flower image and eight word stamps that can be used alone or combined to make different sentiments. This is the perfect stamp set to use for this month's challenge optional twist, "flowers."

  • Blank Page Muse Stamp: Fairytale Fantasy Figures designed by Terri Sproul
  • Card base:  White cardstock cut to 3-5/8"W x 9-3/4"H and score at 4-7/8" and fold for a top folding card
  • White cardstock - mat #1 cut using an A2 rectangular scalloped die
  • Green cardstock - mat #2: 4-1/8" x 5-3/8"
  • Orange cardstock - mat #3: 3-7/8" x 5-1/8"
  • White cardstock - card front to stamp flowers: 4.5" x 5.25"
  • White cardstock - 3" x 3" to stamp flower girl
  • White cardstock - 2" x 2" to stamp sentiment
  • Black ink pad
  • Stamping block or platform
  • Favorite coloring medium (I used Copic markers - colors listed below)
  • Scissors
  • Scrap bond paper to make hill stencil
  • Distress Oxide ink - Evergreen bough
  • Blending brush
  • Molotow masking liquid
  • Circle punch - 1" or bigger, depending on your sentiment
  • Favorite adhesive
  • Foam squares/dots
  • Optional: Sparkle/glitter pen
Copic Markers Used:
  • Skin: E11, E21, E00, E000
  • Green: YG97, YG63, YG03
  • Orange: YR18, YR16, YR15, YR14, YR20
  • Yellow: Y38, Y17, Y15, Y11
  • Blue: BG05, BG02, BF01, BG00
  • Sky: BG000, BV000
  • Stamp the flower girl onto the 3" x 3" white cardstock and color the stamp using your favorite coloring medium.
  • Using the white cardstock/card front, stamp the the first flower image in the left top corner of the cardstock. Use the Molotow masking pen to mask the stems and leaves where the second flower stamp will overlap. Stamp the second flower.
  • Color both flowers. Later the second flower will be trimmed so that only 3/4 of the flower will be showing.
  • Using scrap bond paper, drawn a hill shape that is no more than 1-1/2 inches on the right and left sides. Have the hill dip in middle. Cut with scissors.
  • Place the hill mask over the card front and use a blending brush and Oxide Ink in Evergreen Bough to ink in the grass hill. 
  • Using your favorite coloring medium, color in the sky.
  • Now add in flicks of grass to the hill.
  • Trim the card front to 3-1/4" x 4-5/8". Cut off part of the flower that is on the right side of the card.
  • Adhere the flower girl onto the card front using foam squares or dots. Layer the cardstock and adhere onto the card base. Add some sparkle with a glitter pen.
  • Stamp the sentiment on the 2" x 2" white cardstock. Punch out the sentiment using a 1" circle punch (or bigger if using a bigger sentiment). Using an orange marker, ink the edges of the sentiment.

Your card is finished! I hope you give this card a try. There are lots of flower girl stamps to choose from in the set. 

Thank you for stopping by and have a creative day! Betty

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