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‘The fox and the fairy’

Hello again its time for the mid month reminder of the Creative challenge at Lavinia stamps. So many amazing entries so far! The theme is ‘snowfalls’.

For today’s inspiration I have another video. I’m using the little Christmas fairy and a curious fox!

Here are some of the products used:

Raven

Rufus

Floral wreath

Fern branch

Red pine large

Birds

Distress oxide ink pads

Versafine clair ink pads

Multifarious card

Don’t forget to check out the fabulous samples from the rest of the team for more inspiration and of course our friendly Facebook group

Good luck in the challenge!

Lisa xx

15 thoughts on “‘The fox and the fairy’

  1. Your creation is breathtaking! I love it so much! I could never part with it. It should be framed and hung up on a wall! You are so gifted and thank you so much for sharing your talent with everyone! Xx

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  2. This is such a beautiful use of the floral wreath stamp Lisa! I hope once Santa has been that I might watch your video and try something similar! Fingers crossed! Thanks for all your wonderful signature inspiration and wishing you a very happy Christmas ~ Stef

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  3. I absolutely love this art piece. I was hoping to find a list of the pencils, pens, inks that you used. I have such a problem finding white that will cover and look really white like your snow. I would love to know what to buy to be able to attempt a beautiful piece like this!! I did watch the video too but could quite catch everything that was used even then.
    Your cards and art pieces are incredible!!

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    1. Thanks Robin. I’ve listed what I use and recommend in the description box under the video. In the meantime the white gel pen that I recommend is called the uniball signo broad. Hope that helps x

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