Hello Friends, Welcome to Jane’s Doodle’s Blog HOP!! You might be arriving from Courtney’s blog here. (You are going to love her cards) If not I suggest that you start here at the beginning of the hop so you don’t miss a thing.
Jane’s Doodles will be giving away ALL OF THESE SETS so I encourage you to leave comments as you hop along.
For every Tooth Fairy that’s sold a $1 dollar donation will be made to Caylin’s Cure A Fundraiser for Hope. You can also find the digital Fairy here that sells for $3 and $1.00 will be donated to Caylin’s Cure as well.
(This is such a wonderful cause and unfortunately I know to many people with this disease 🙁
|If you know me I had to add my own personal twist to the stamps. I had so much fun and I couldn’t stop thinking I was playing with paper dolls. I cut the arms off of the owl so he could put his arm around the bunny and hold a bunch of carrots for his sweetie. I colored all the images with Copic Markers and then added a tad of brown distress ink. I used tumbled glass distress ink for the background and this for their eyes.|
|This is my simpler version of the other card. More Copics, distress ink and enamel accents.|
|I have to share the details on the fairy card. So much fun to layer the skirt with soft pink vellum.|
|She makes me happy and was so fun to add sparkel and shine to. The wings have a generous application of Rock Candy on them. Glossy Accents on the star & Enamel Accents on the eyes.|
|After coloring the skirt I used this pen for tiny details to create the pattern. Once it was dry I used a terry cloth and some Copic blending solution to give the dress more texture.|
To create the layers I thought vellum would be perfect. I stamped the skirt three times with this ink, cut them, and glued them together with Glossy Accents.
Jane’s Doodles will be announcing a DT call soon so check Jane’s Doodles blog for more details.
Thank YOU for stopping in & thanks to Jane’s Doodles!
Now it’s time to hop to Teri’s blog here. (you are going to love the way she uses color)