Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Wags n Whiskers Sneak Peek Day 1

Good morning!! is my first sneak peek of the second half of our Fairy Release at Wags n Whiskers..

we have another 4 stunners for you and if you check out the rest of the DT's fabulous work you'll see just how gorgeous they really are :0)...this little lady is called "Rosalie"..isnt she just adorable?...all the new release fairies will be available in rubber from 12pm GMT this friday at Wags n Whiskers

so onto my card..

.ive coloured with Promarkers and added some sparkle with my stardust stickles and a little glossy accent to the wings...ive also handstitched around the paper with some orange thread left over from one of my x-stitch kits :0)...the papers are Me And My Big Ideas..the sentiment is a K&Co rub on that i won recently..ribbon and pearls are from my stash..

im also entering the following challenges
A Spoon Full Of Sugar - Sparkle & Shine
Paper Sundaes - Something from your stash


  1. Oh what a little cute fairy - love the colours
    Lisa ;)
    ps you could enter this into our challenge over at MAWTT this week

  2. so so so gorgeous!!!!! Love the image and she is so cute with all the added sparkle!!! I love your stitching detail, I like you have a large bag of left over thread from various cross stitch projects!....great to be able to use it up! Hugs Juls

  3. hey Debs...this is that DP too!!


  4. oops..forgot to say. Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes this week.


  5. Sooooooooo CUTE, Debs!!!! I love her and you've colored her beautifully! Love all her sparkle and shine. Your papers are perfect. Love it!!!
    hugs, Sharon

  6. How sweet! I so love your coloring of this new fairy Debs!! Your sparkle and shine makes her pop!! Gorgeous papers and design!

  7. It is so sweet!! I love the papers you used with sweet Rosalie!!
    Wags 'n Whiskers

  8. This is so pretty! Love the new fairy! Thanks for joining us at Paper Sundaes this week!


Thanks for stopping by, all your comments are appreciated hugs Debs x


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