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Saturday, 22 January 2011

Frosted designs guest DT sponsored by Stitchy stamps

For my Gem of a challenge post please scroll down.....
Hello folks another post from me today! Over at frosted designs this wk their challenge is to use some sort of transparency, vellum etc on your projects and as they are being sponsored this wk by Stitchy bear stamps I was asked (being part of the Stitchy DT) to be a guest designer!

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I'm afraid I don't use transparencies or acetate on my projects much and should probaly get a bit more creative with it (note to self!) so this was a bit of a challenge for me!
I made a card using a background image (fairy tree house) from make it crafty and have printed Stitchys rainbow fairies on to transparency and layered them over the top, they are each cut individually with a strip that hangs from the top and is tucked in behind the cardstock. My papers are floppy latte also available at the stitchy bear store.
I have used white fluffy stuff and pink chiffon ribbon from stash and my flowers and stamens are from wild orchids. My background image has been coloured with prismas.

Here you can see how the fairies lift off the card. The faires are not just black sihouettes, their wings have a rainbow shimmer to them which you can just about see here.

Why not challenge yourself, like me lol and join in with their challenge ths wk! I am also entering this into ABCs M is for magical and Do it with digis pink and girlie challenge. Thanks for popping by, hugs all
sparkle - http://www.sparklee.com

15 comments:

Janet said...

Beautiful sweetie......very creative!x

stitchy said...

Oh Rebekah, this is just beautiful..you should use transparency more often you are quite good at it ;)..thank you so much for once again making me so proud :)...your art is amazing hun, no wonder your on so many teams :)...I know you are an asset to mine for sure...

stitch
xoxox

Frea said...

Wow Rebekah, love that house, seen it before and really like the fairytale appearance. It's a lovely card hun! Hugs, Frea

CraftyGirl said...

Rebekah... for someone who doesn't use transparencies, you sure out did yourself on this one!! This is gorgeous!! I LOVE the way the fairies "float" on top of the castle!! Stunning card! Thank you for sharing it with us at Frosted designs this week! It was great having you as part of our team!!
Barb :)

Sue C said...

Fab card Rebekah, the fairies are gorgeous ! Thanks for joining us at The ABC Challenge. Sue C x

Lisa Jane said...

This is absolutely gorgeous Rebekah - i love the main image and the way you have done the fairies
Lisa ;)

Lynne said...

Oh wow this is great!! what a fab idea - love it!!! thanks for joining us at Do it with Digis
Lynne xoxo

coldwaters2 said...

WOW this is truly wonderful Rebekah the use of acetate is super this is one awesome creation.
Hugs
Lorraine x

Diana said...

WOW!!! this looks gorgeous, I love how you used the transparency. beautiful digital image. Your coloring is gorgeous.

joey said...

Rebekah this is stunning a gorgeous design and beautiful colours, truly magical. Joey xx

Sarah said...

Stunning!!!!!! x xx x

Lori Apgar said...

Wow...I was a tad bit distracted looking at a couple of hunky men on this blog LOL!!! Your card is darling and I really, really like the miniature flowers! They add so much. The fairies are darling too!

Thanks for joining us this week on Frosted Designs!!

Heather said...

I am a new follower... I love your projects. This fairy card is awesome. I love the way the fairies look. I am also a HUGE Twilight fan. TFS

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~*Nina*~ said...

Thank´s for your lovely comment! :o)

Yea, your blog shows it, haha! ;o) I think Rob is a gorgeous actor and he´s also very cute(!), but a bit too old for me ;D

You have got a great blog! Love your work and this card is really stunning! Check back later! ;o)
Bye Nina

Lori said...

OMG I love the fairies and I need the fairy house...lol, gorgeous card, thanks for joining the Digi Diva's this challenge, we're happy to have you!