Friday 17 June 2011

Little Miss Muffet - Sneak Peak

Isn't she pretty I just love the softness of the dress of this little fairy Adela with her dog Dida. This is one of the new digi images from Little Miss Muffet Stamps due for release on Friday. This image also comes merged with a flower, which I didnt use as I just wanted the focus on the fairy.

This is the first time I have made an acetate card and I am really pleased with the result. I used my new die cuts from The Craft Barn to cut the acetate in my grand Calibur and then used a flourish stamp and purple Stazon to decorate.
The matting is made with  Marianne dies, and the image is coloured with copics and then I sprayed the wings with Silver Glitter Spray from Crafters Companion. I printed the fairy a couple of times and cut some extra wings to add more dimension.

This is probably one of the simplest cards I have made in a long time and I really love it.

The Craft Barn


  1. WOW.....this is gorgeous I love the image she is amazing & I love the acetate hun.

    Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx

  2. This is absolutely gorgeous Beccy! I love the colours and the silver shimmer on the wings and the acetate is awesome!


  3. gorgeous!!! love the use of acetate, its just amazing!!!! Hugs Juls

  4. Soooo pretty!!! I adore the effect you've created with the acetate and the stamping flourish on it is perfect. I'm going over to check out the gorgeous stamps from 'Little Miss Muffet' *Hugs*

  5. Dear Beccy! Your card is so gorgeous! I've never used acetate. It's so cool! Your fairy is so fabulous!
    With best wishes,

  6. I love this acetate card and I can't believe it's your first one! Mine was terrible and yours totally rocks!! Love the fairy in purple - she is so cute the way you colored her. ;D Is that glitter on the wings? Totally looks like it - lovely effect! ;D

  7. What a gorgeous card Beccy.

    Hugs Riet.xx

  8. Hello Beccy, long time no see. Hope you are well. I love your pretty card and the image is beautiful!!


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