Wednesday, April 23, 2014

TCCCB0423 - Have a Magical Day!

This card was made for the Crafter's Cafe Challenge Blog Wednesday challenge to use glitter. Come on over and join in on the fun.

The intention was to add a castle in behind the princess, but I couldn't get it to work and it looked too big so I went with my idea, just didn't include the castle. I used this card I saw on Pinterest as my inspiration. This card will be going to Lauryn, a little girl who was diagnosed with leukemia. You can check out the Facebook page Fight for Little Lauryn that is being written about her story and to keep the many followers up to date. Lauryn loves princesses (of course...what little girl doesn't?) but surprisingly, she loves Superman as well. I may have to try a Superman out of punches later.

This week, the sponsor is Rick St. Dennis.

This picture was taken with the flash so you could see the glitter paper, the bling, the glitter pen on her dress, crown, wings, and shoes and the sequins. 

This picture was taken without the flash. The colors in the top picture are more close to the actual colors. 

This week our sponsor is Rick St. Dennis. I chose the image Felicity the Faerie Queen.

Challenges submitted to:
CMC Copic Challenge Group - #90 Anything Goes - ANYAP14
Through the Craftroom Door  - April 22 to April 28th Anything Goes
A Sprinkle of Imagination - April Challenge - Anything Goes

Supplies: Paper: Neenah, Recollections, The Paper Studio (glitter and polkadot). Stamps: Rick St Dennis digi (Felicity the Faerie Queen), Hero Arts (Magical Princess). Accessories: Cricut, Phrases cartridge (clouds), Sequins, black ep, atyou Spica Glitter pen. Ink: Alcohol inks: Copics, American Crafts, Spectrum Noir, black pigment Memories. 


  1. Fabulous card Shannon, I am sure Laryn will love this princess :-D
    She is very funny!
    thanks for joining the TTCRD challenges again!

  2. Great card Shannon! Thank you for playing along with this months challenge over at A Sprinkle Of Imagination! Hope to see you again soon! xx


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