Magic Wand

A little while ago I saw a blogging friend had used enamel marbling on a card – I asked how she had done it and she sent me a link.  Thanks Wends – I had great fun marbling  with nail polish ….!!

I was lucky enough to win this All Dressed Up image – Magic Wand – recently, and I thought it and this background were right for each other.  I coloured the image with Promarkers and Copics and cut around it with a circle die.  I don’t have a circle die to show just a very small amount of turquoise, so I used three pieces of the circle and fitted them around the image.  The wings and stars in her hair are glittered, and the turquoise stars were sprayed with Spray and Sparkle.  The sentiment, from LOTV, is embossed, the ribbon and lace are from my stash and the wand charm is from the Ribbon Girl.

Magic Wand

I would like to enter my card into these challenges –

All Dressed up Challenge – Anything Goes                                                                   

All Dressed Up Facebook Challenge – Wings/Fantasy                                                

Love to Scrap Challenge – Anything Goes                                                                       

Mix It Up Challenge – Anything Goes (Twist – make your own background) 

The Paper Shelter Challenge – Digital Image                                                                    

Crafty Sentiments Challenge – Anything Goes                                                                 


7 thoughts on “Magic Wand

  1. Ooh I LOVE it Alison!! Your marbling is beautiful. This image is perfect with it I agree. So lovely to see what you created with your marbling. I must have another go soon too. Gorgeous card hun. Hugs, Wends xoxo

  2. I love this marbling effect – its so clever! love your card! Thanks for playing along with the challenge at All Dressed Up – Good luck, Liz (:(|)x

  3. Such an adorable card. Love the little wand you added…perfect match for your card. Thank you for joining us with the challenge at All Dressed Up – Good luck, Pam (ADU DT)

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