Happy Hump Day!  October is a busy birthday month for my family.  Not only is it mine and Mallory’s birthday but also my aunt’s birthday month.  Actually my aunt’s is on the 13th and Mallory’s is on the 14th.  I’ve had an idea in my head for a few weeks now on what to make for my aunt’s card.  She’s not the sappy, sweet sort and like funny cards for the most part.  Remember last week when I said I was search for fairy images?  Well it was for my aunt’s card.  I did find a few I liked, but yesterday I found the perfect image.

I recently stumbled upon Mo’s Digital Pencil!  I subscribed to her blog because her images were out of this world fantastic.  Yesterday when Mo’s blog game up in Google Reader, I clicked on through and went to her site.  Of my goodness gracious!  Can this girl ever draw and actually illustrates children’s books.  I bit the bullet and purchased three of her digital images, all fairies.  If you haven’t been to Mo’s Digital Pencil, you need to visit . . . that’s all I can say!

Anyhoo, I downloaded the fairies, brought them in my photo editing software, resized the one I wanted to use and printed it out on Neenah Classic Crest Solar White.

Birthday Fairy

I used Copic Markers to color the Fairy and die/cut embossed the image with Spellbinders Classic and Scalloped Nestabilities.  The background paper was stitched to a second layer and a border made from Spellbinders Scalloped Borderabilities was added.  The sentiment was stamped on white and then cut/embossed with Spellbinders Tags 5.  There’s actually glitter on the wings but you can’t see it in the photo . . . bummer!

Now we get on the outside that this is a Birthday Fairy who has come to wish my aunt a Happy Birthday!  But on the inside:

Birthday Fairy Inside

I truly could not help myself . . .  it’s just way to much fun being me!

  • Stamps/Images:  Happy Birthday from Endless Creations; Say it in Script from Lizzie Anne Designs; and Fairy 2 from Mo’s Digital Pencil
  • Paper:  BasicGrey Wisteria; Papertrey Rustic Cream; Prism Wizard Medium; Neenah Classic Crest Solar White
  • Ink:  Ranger Archival Jet Black and Milled Lavender Distress
  • Accessories:  Spellbinders S4-081 Tags 5, S4-114 Classic Circles – Large, S4-121 Scalloped Circles – Large, and S4-174 Petite 5-1/2” Deckled Scalloped Borderabilities; Copic Markers; Papertrey Vintage Cream Ribbon, Button and Rustic Cream Button Twine; Foam Mounting Tape; Sewing Machine; Tsukineko Sponge Daubers; Computer to Generate Inside Sentiment

I hope you have a fantabulous day and thanks for stopping by!

27 Responses to “The Birthday Fairy!”

  1. Now you’ve done it!!! This is going to cost me a lot of money!!! This chick has some of the most awesome images on her site!!! I love her teen images ans working in a middle school, these will definitely come in handy for little creations for my kiddos!! And then there is that sweet adorable little granddaughter of mine…..
    Thanks for sharing this site with all of us. I am just starting to explore digital images….certainly saves a lot of space!!
    By the way….love your card! Great coloring on the fairy image and gorgeous papers and design! Awesome as always!!!

  2. I Love it! If you are ever at a good library, see if you can find Lady Cottington’s pressed fairy book. I received a copy as a gift some 20 years ago. It is published by Turner Publishing and the ISBN # is 1-57036-062-6. It is a very fascinating book about Lady Cottington who is tormented by these annoying fairies so she starts keeping a diary about her sightings and when they get close enough, she squashed them between the pages of her book. The images are phenomenal and the story quite interesting. It is portrayed as a true story, if you believe in Santa, you can believe in fairies too.

  3. What a great card! Thank you for the laugh on a rainy, early morning. Love your blog.

  4. Bwahahahahahahah! I love it!!

    I have Lady Cottington’s pressed fairy book. It’s hilarious and scary at the same time!!

    Mo’s is definitely addictive. Don’t even ask me how many images I’ve already purchased and how many are on my wish list!! You did enter this in Mo’s first blog challenge, didn’t you??

  5. I just discovered Mo yesterday! (I refrained from making a purchace….so far).
    The inside of this card had me on the floor laughing!!

  6. Oh Sherry this is too funny. I love your site – I have it as a link on my blog and I visit everyday to see what you have created. I too love Mo’s – I have purchased many of her digies and I have the fairy woman but she’s in a different direction. I am going there now because I like the view of this one also and have to have it. Your cards are wonderful !

  7. oh my gosh I am cracking up.. This is really great.. She is going to love it.. This image is so fun.. Thanks so much for joining the first challenge.. Now that you have several you can come back and play some more..

  8. You are just like my family! If I ever gave someone a “nice” card they’d think they were dying! I once made my husband an almost “normal” nice card and my Mom was completely horrified! LOL Your fairy is perfect and the inside is awesome!

  9. How Cute…I can imagine I would look the same way dressed as a fairy!!! Lumps & all.

  10. Sherry, thank you for participating in the first Mo’s Digital Challenge. Your fairy card is adorable. We hope to see you again soon on Mo’s Challenge Blog.

  11. Great Card Sherry!!!!

  12. OMG I absolutely love it! It is nice to see someone else who is willing to post their ‘bad side’ on their blog…TFS and thanx for the blog info!

  13. Sherry I love this card!!!!lol I love the stamped image, and the sentiment you used on the inside!!!! Awesome card gal!!!!

    Have a wonderful week!!!
    Hugs,
    Cheryl

  14. This is awesome hun. I am relatively new to Mo’s images myself but can hardly bring myself to use anything else right now! So glad you found our challenge too. Thanks for joining us at Mo’s first challenge.

    Hugs,
    Caryn xxx

  15. Hi, Sherry! Loving your wicked sense of humor! Wonderful card, of course!
    Thanks for joining us in the challenge.

  16. Sherry, Love your Chubby Fairy card. So glad you found Mo’s Digital Pencil. Thanks for playing.

  17. LOL!!! This definitely brought a smile to my face!

  18. That card is just hilarious! I’ll have to go check out that site–I know a lot of women who’d appreciate that kind of card, believe me!

  19. Super cute fairy, Sherry…I’ll have to go check out her stuff!!! BTW, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!! Hope you have a wonderful day!!!!!

  20. Oh gosh — so soft and pretty on the outside — and well, I’ll just leave it at that — LOL!!! Too funny!!!

  21. LOL! You & I could have been sisters!! Love the card & the tacky inside saying!!

  22. Fabulous Sherry!! Happy Belated Birthday Girlfriend!!!

    {{{{{BIG BIRTHDAY HUGS}}}}}

    Love ya
    Candy

  23. Love it!! :) A fabulous card … Thanks for joining in with Mo’s very first challenge, and hope to see you again :)

  24. Fantastic card, Sherry! Thanks for taking part in the challenge!

  25. Beautiful job Sherry.. I always love seeing your work.. thanks for participating in Mo’s challenge and for sharing your talent with us. Best, Peggy

  26. OMG!!! Too Funny!!! I LOVE the fairy AND the sentiment

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