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Faerie

Hello my friends today I have some Faerie magic for you Visible Image style! And what a versatile and magical set it is!

There are so many gorgeous elements to this set I felt it could totally be used as a stand alone set.

To create the background no magical scene would be complete without a bit of sparkle. I combined some spectrum noir sparkle ink with a aqua and white mica spray on to white stamping card.

I stamped the main image and some of the elements on top of the background. Then on to a similarly inked piece of scrap I stamped the faerie, wings and circles for cutting and layering on top.

Once the elements were cut out and paper pieced on top I added the colouring finishing touches using watercolour and paint pens. I used a white gel pen to create highlights and a little watered down white gesso around the circle orbs to create the impression of light. Using the craft knife I inserted a couple of slots either side of the main image to glue in the wings and then stamped the sentiment.

The art work was mounted and a few glitter highlights added.

The close ups:

I hope you like it!

Lisa xx

You will find plenty more inspiration from the rest of the team and our group members in the

Visible Image group page on Facebook. Our friendly Group is here check it out for inspiration and support.

The main Visible Image Facebook page is here; there are regular giveaways…open world wide.

And the shop web site is here; where all their gorgeous stamps and stencils can be purchased.

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