Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Fairy in a Jar

Aloha everyone,

Thanks for stopping by today. Not only was my project inspired by all the cute fairies over at my local Hallmark store but also by the super cute Lawn Fawn projects.

Confession time, my super cute fairy in a jar was
actually a CASE project by Cheri over at Lawn Fawn. She has a amazing video tutorial to walk you through creating your own little fairy. Click here to access her blog.
Of course I had to use the super Cute Little Fairies over at Kadoodle Bug Designs and right now these super cuties are 90% off due to these little cuties going into retirement. If you haven't had the chance to grab this file, now is definitely your chance. Click here to grab this awesome file.
Sentiment for the jar is from Jaded Blossom's, Unicorn and Glitter found here.

Here is a close up of my cute little fairy in a jar. To help with her facial expression, I used Peachy Keen's, In the Garden. So apropos for this jar don't you think?
You can find the stamp set here. I highly recommend ordering the variety sized face stamps as they will work with whatever various file size you decide to cut.
I found all of my fake garden plants at my local Ben Franklin's craft store as well as my mason jar. Walmart has a wide variety of mason jars as well as some beautiful fake plants to help you create your own fairy in a jar. These little cuties make excellent gifts for any fairy lover.

 Last, but not least I present to you my Fairy in a Jar card. To help create this card I used My Scrap Chick's, Canning Jars found here. I inked the cloud background onto the front of the card and built my garden using Lawn Fawn's, Fairy Friends found here. The sentiment on the lid is also from this stamp set. May I draw your attention to the fairy window? Notice how the window on your left is not lit up and the one on the right is? This is due to Chibitronics! This is a game changer for all of your creative creations and is so easy to use. The starter pack has a book that will walk you through all of the creative options out there. You can check out Chibitronics here.

Mahalo for stopping by  and I hope you have a scrappy day!