Thursday, 1 October 2015

MAWTT Fairy Enough

This is my card for the challenge over at Moving long with the Times, why not come along and join us?

The large scalloped card is by Craft UK. I used my Brushos that I bought at Ally Pally for the background, just because I was dying to have a go with them. The Poppy fairy stamp is by Joanna Sheen and I coloured her with my Promarkers and a Sakura diamond gelly roll pen for the wings. After cutting with a large Spellbinders oval die the edge was coloured with Barn Door Distress Ink. The sentiment is also an Ally Pally buy, from Bee Crafty and cut with a scalloped oval die.

I'm still not able to enter challenges as my eyes don't allow me to be on the computer for more than a few minutes at a time. I have to have a break during this post. Thank you for visiting and hope to see you all again soon.


  1. Hi Hazel,
    what a really wonderful card.
    I love all your fab work on this.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

  2. Gorgeous and beautiful card Hazel
    Dianne xx :)

  3. Fabby card Hazel, glad to see you're managing a bit of crafting
    Hugs Carole x

  4. Hi Hazel, hope your eyes get better soon. I love your card, all that colourful splatter is fun. Cx

  5. Hi Hazel, what a lovely pretty card, love it!
    hugs Jacee
    Simply Paper Card Design

  6. Looks gorgeous Hazel, hope you are well, xxx

  7. Really fun color and textures, I hope you are feeling better! x Jessie

  8. This is such a lovely card Hazel, I love the main image and the speckled background.
    I just wanted to let you know that I have started up the Anything goes link-ups again at and was hoping you would consider entering your lovely creations again, thanks so much for your support :)

  9. It's a lovely card Hazel. Hope you're well xx

  10. This card is very pretty Hazel and your inking is fabulous. The red is so striking and the main focal image works beautifully with the background.
    I was just leaving a comment on another blog when I noticed your photograph and I'm sure I recognise you from Joanna Sheens's blog. I've enjoyed browsing your blog and looking at your lovely cards :)