On today’s Graphic 45 Blog, my Fairy “Make A Wish” Cards:

I made some 4 x 5½” Birthday cards using Graphic 45’s Fairy Wing Journaling and Ephemera Cards.  I fussy cut the flowers and fairies from the Journaling Cards and then created soft backgrounds to attach them to.  These cards turned out adorable, but I had some help with the Magic Iris die from Lawn Fawn.  Below are steps to show how I fussy cut the cards and created these soft backgrounds.

The Fairy Wing collection makes some magical cards.

The “Make a Wish” center is stamped and then I used white embossing powder.  The stamp set is from Lawn Fawn Upon a Star

FUSSY CUTTING

You can see by the pictures that I choose my Journaling cards and cut out the flowers and fairies.

BACKGROUND

I used Tim Holtz Distress Oxides: Speckled Egg, Picked Raspberry and Shabby Shutter.  I inked the entire card.  Then I took the same ink on my craft mat, added water and used a paint brush to add splatters onto the card.

Once the background is complete, I added my flowers and fairies, and then assembled my cards.

I hope this inspires you to make your own magical fairy cards.

1 thought on “Fairy “Make A Wish” Cards”

  1. Victoria G Shidell

    Loved the card! Don’t understand how the moving parts were designed. Is there a template somewhere? I’d look it up, but not sure what it’s called! Thanks!

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