Saturday, September 21, 2013

A Fairy and a Fantasy Meadow

Happy Weekend everyone! 

I have another design to show today using Chocolate Baroque's new gorgeous Autumn Fairy Collection .      I combined one of the Fairies with a fabulous scene from CB's Fantasy Meadow and the beautiful flourish tree from Fantasy Woodland.


The background started by spraying Dylusions inks - Midnight, Teal & Linen.   I stamped the flourish tree from Fantasy Woodland around the edges and also the mushroom from November Fairy with black Stazon Ink.   I bleached the ink from the mushrooms and painted with purple Dylusions.

The scene from Fantasy Meadow was embossed with black and coloured with my Tombow markers.  There is a pretty border around this image but I cut it off for this design and adhered it over the background.   The beautiful Fairy from September Fairy is coloured with Prisma pencils and decoupaged in front of the 'scene'.   I added stickles to her wings.


Thanks for your visit and have a great day,
Shirley

21 comments:

maria's knutselplezier said...

I love your colours and your image dear Shirley , you created a beautiful card again!!!

Greetings
Maria

Gerrina said...

A beautiful dreamy card! Love the colours and having a smile on, because I used that framestamp also two days ago... Have a fun and inky weekend, Gerrina

Valerie-Jael said...

Beautiful card and colours, love the fairy. valerie

chrissies said...

A beautiful card Shirley and great use of layers to make the fairy 'pop' off the card.

Love Chrissie xx

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Another stunning card Shirley. Gorgeous colours and I love the combination of the fairy and the fantasy meadow scene. Hope you have a great weekend.
Sue x

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

How lovely this is Shirley...wow

Paula (PEP) said...

An absolutely super combination of CB stamps & I love the way your fairy has her wings extending over the edge of the whole design as well as having that decoupaged dimension.
Paula (PEP)

Wendy McCarthy said...

Love how your fairy is looking at the scene, such pretty colours too. Gorgeous as always! Hope your weekend is going well, big hugs, xxxx

MaryH said...

You're doing marvelous work with these new fairy images. I think this is my fav so far (but I say that with each new card!). Loved how you put the pretty fairy outside the scene looking in...so very effective. Great choice in your spray colors...it gives an air of mystery to the scene. TFS & Happy Wkend.

Sandy said...

If I were a fairy Shirley, I would definitely come life in your fantasy meadow. Beautiful work ma lady!
Sandy

Donna Ellis said...

Shirley, I want to come stay in your fantasy meadow! Looks beautiful the way you have a magical setting on the outside, and how the fairy is looking into another magical setting through the looking glass! Beautiful, and so symbolic! hugs, de

Nan G said...

Love the colors on this one! Such a peaceful looking image.

Sue said...

Wow another stunner Shirley! gorgeous huggles Sue xx

Shirley Chillman said...

The scene looks hauntingly peaceful Shirley. All so beautifully created as usual.

Crafty hugs from Shirl x x

Patrice said...

Hello Shirley,
I was here for the first time and have seen such a beautiful work.. I coming back...
Greets Patrice

Marja's Stamp Addiction en Marja's Creativity said...

So very lovely and so beautiful this fairy tail Shirley.
lovely greet and big hug from me
Marja

Jeannette said...

Great card,beautiful colors,love the fairy.

happy weekend


Greetings Jeannette

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

Another beautiful composition, it looks like an image from a fairytale book, love it dear Shirley,
Have a nice sunday,
hugs Anja

Darnell J Knauss said...

Beautiful fairies in both these last two posts, Shirley. Breathtaking, as always!! You must have the most brilliant vivid dreams, whether you know it or not!! Hugs, Darnell

Lindeke said...

Oh, what a beautiful Fairy card Shirley!! Beautiful stamps too! Gr, Linda

sheila 77 said...

Just brilliant with the offset fairy and the double framing. I wonder if your cards are all one-offs or if you make duplicates?