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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Would You Like to Win?

Fairy Week continues at Inktegrity and there are lots of ways to win a fairy!  Be sure to read through to the end...


Today I am sharing with you "Ladybug Fairy".  She is the sweetest of all the fairies (according to me!).


I layered her wings and added dimensionals to give more of a 3-D effect.  
The layout is based on Diane's sketch challenge this week on the Inktegrity Blog.  Play along with the sketch and link up your creation here - you may just win 3 images of your choice!

My card uses a fun fold, the "flap fold", which is the technique challenge this week on the JUGS blog.  I added floral paper inside, along with one of the sentiments that comes with the Ladybug Fairy.  This sentiment is perfect for a Birthday or Congrats card.


Want another chance to win a fairy image?  Go on over to the Inktegrity blog today and take a guess at what type of fairy is being released on Friday for a chance to win!
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Smiles, Julie
Details:  Stamp - Inktegrity Ladybug Fairy, CS - SU, PP - K&Co., Ribbon - stash and CB embossing folder.

10 comments:

  1. SWEET...what a fabbie surprise on the inside!

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  2. How cute is that and what an awesome fold!

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  3. Awe, that fairy image is darling & you did a great job coloring her! I like how you combined the sketch with the flap fold technique - very creative! Thanks so much for playing along with Just Us Girls - hope you come join us for an all new challenge Saturday!

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  4. Well done - how cute this is! Love that fairy. Thanks for playing along with Just Us Girls - we hope to see you back again on Saturday for a whole new challenge.

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  5. Goodness this is stunning! Awesome color combo and way to rock the sketch this week!!

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  6. This is wonderful, Julie! The fairy is darling and I love the inside, too!!

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  7. I love the 3d effect on the fairy and I love circles! Great card, Julie!

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  8. This is great! I love how you popped the wings up and the floral paper on the inside is super fun!

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