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Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Fairy Tale Dreams

A few weeks ago while wandering around blogland, I happened to visit Melissa's Crafting Diary, and saw an amazing digital image by Rick St Dennis. I knew as soon as I saw it that I had to buy it. Below is what I did once I had bought the digi. Once I had printed it off to the size I wanted, I coloured with aqua pencils for a soft look. I then brushed around the edges, at the top and down the sides with Faded Jeans DI, and the bottom with Peeled Paint DI. Next I used Archival Black to stamp the Small Pixies from Lavinia Stamps, and the small mushrooms. I then stamped the small star cluster over the sky using Cool Peri Adirondack ink, which I then glittered. I've used shades of blue card to mount the finished image onto and added the word Dream, which came from Katy Sue Designs. This was not the only digi I bought from Rick St Dennis, I'll be back tomorrow with the other one.


Thanks for taking the time to look, and your kind comments which are always appreciated.

Sue

6 comments:

  1. wow Sue - this is amazing! Hugs Rachel x

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  2. Amazing image and I love the bits and pieces you've added - they go so well. Thanks for the link although I'm not sure I should go and look in case I'm tempted!!

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  3. Sue this is wonderful,would love it too but sounds very difficult to get hold of as i dont have an etsy,but its great to just look at yours so well done,luv Georginax

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  4. Lovely Sue and can imagine that you wanted this one! I know the designs of RstD and he is great! warm greet Mirandax

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  5. It's a beautiful image and you created a gorgeous design with it. Beautiful coloring ! Hope you are having a great day, Shirleyx

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  6. Gosh another amazing one! This image is wonderful, again perfectly coloured. I am thrilled that I have one of your originals, might make me rich one day!! Michelle x

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Thank you for taking the time to look, and your kind comments which are always appreciated.