Thursday, August 13, 2020

Magic, you can never have enough

 


Hi friends!  I'm sharing this magic picture changer card using a few sets by Lawn Fawn.  I'm also entering this card for the Lawn Fawnatics challenge 82: color inspiration

To create this scene, I first ink blended the background using distress oxide inks.  I used the waves die to create a stencil and ink blended the waves using salty ocean distress ink.  Next, I added the purple grass using the grassy border stencil and ink blended the grass using wilted violet and shaded lilac ink.  The sky was ink blended using blueprint sketch and chipped sapphire ink.  The panel was splattered using liquid stardust.  

Next, I stamped, masked and ink blended two panels to cut my magic picture pieces.  The first image uses the frog from tiny fairy tale and the rocks from ocean shell-fie.  The second image uses the knight from tiny fairy tale and the same rock stamp.  After my panels were stamped, colored and ink blended, I cut the two panels using a die cutting machine and assembled the magic picture changer.  


The previously ink blended panel was used to cut the magic picture add-on die to create a frame around the magic picture changer.  All of the panels were adhered an A2 white card base.  I added elements from gleeful gardens, totally awesome and a few other sets to complete my scene.  Stitched hillside die and waves die used to die cut the beach and waves at the front of the card.  I added silver glitter nuvo drops to the letters cut from Cole's ABC die for sparkle.  The sentiment at the bottom is from unicorn picnic stamp set.  

I added tiny snowflake confetti to look like sparkle dust coming from the wizard's wand.  And that completes the card!


Thanks so much for stopping by toady!  I've included some links to the products I used below.  

2 comments:

  1. OMG I looove this!!! Thanks a lot for playing with us at Lawn Fawnatics!

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