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Tuesday, November 15, 2016


Today is our One Day Fae of the Month giveaway at Faery Ink and as always, this month's image is a beauty!  Her name is Ophelia Vanity Fae and you can find out all the details on how to claim your free image at Faery Ink Facebook Group and Faery Ink Blog.


I always love the Fae of the Month and each month I try to do something different with each Fae of the Month – use a different than my typical color scheme, try a new technique, etc.  This month I went with a mainly monochrome theme and colored in golds and yellows, 2 colors that I usually use very moderately.


I also chose a fold that was new for me when I made this card – I have since used it a few times, but this was the first one I made with it – the diagonal gate fold.  There is a nice tutorial on it on Splitcoast Stampers.


Sadly I couldn’t capture the sentiment on the close view, but you can get a nice view of it here when the card is open.


This beauty is colored with Copics, and Atyou Spicas and cut out with my Cameo.  I chose Basic Grey and Bo Bunny papers, added an embossed piece of gold vellum, a gold doily, ribbon from Really Reasonable Ribbon, flowers from Prima and Doodlebug Designs bling.

Sure hope you like my creation and hopefully it has given you some inspiration. Make sure that you visit the Faery Ink Shop to pick up this FABULOUS FREEBIE – today ONLY – and to see all the wonderful images there, especially all this month's New Releases!! Also, remember you still have time to play in our monthly challenge – this month we are looking for your CHRISTMAS/WINTER creations – info. is available on our Faery Ink Facebook Fan Group page.  Hugs:)


~@ngie~ said...

absolutely stunning... am gonna have to check out that tutorial & I have signed up for my freebie ;) xXx

Lisa Lynn said...

Love that fold and your fae is just gorgeous! The gold color is so elegant.

Sandra H said...

Beautiful is your card! the design is lovely too xx

Margaret said...

It's beautiful, Audrey. I just came across that fold and before I saw your card, tried to make one. It didn't turn out nearly as well as yours. I think I'll try again using your card as a guide.