Talking with the Moon

My inspiration for this card came from the A Day For Daisies Challenge – which is to use some newsprint.  I won this ADFD stamp some time ago but this is the first time I’ve used it – I can’t think why.  I coloured it with Promarkers and Copics and added Stickles crystal glitter and some sequins.  The “newsprint” is from Nitwits Antibellum collection and  I     embossed a mottled lilac paper with a stars embossing folder, and then distressed it with an ink pad.  The fairy charm is from Live and Love Crafts and I hung it on a Memory Box precious star.  The sentiment is from LOTV and the pearls are from the Ribbon Girl.


I would like to enter my card into these challenges –

A Day For Daisies Challenge – Use Some Newsprint

Fussy and Fancy Challenge – Things with Wings           

The Paper Shelter Challenge – Anything Goes

Art by Miran Challenge – Anything Goes

Crafting from the Heart Challenge – Anything Goes

Creative Moments Challenge – Anything Goes/ Bingo ( my line is – charm, image, glitter )        

6 thoughts on “Talking with the Moon

  1. Really different fairy and a very effective one.Love the sparkles and the charm matches perfectly .A beautiful card jenny

  2. Thank you for taking part in our art by miran challenge,
    I very much enjoyed looking at your project and all
    the time and detail you put into it, good luck hugs tracy

  3. Hello! Thanks for joining us at A Day For Daisies Newsprint challenge this week. I love the texture you created with your beautiful pastel purple & blue card. She looks very etherial and angelic. We appreciate your entry and look forward to seeing more of your work. Take care and good luck.

  4. Hi Alison, what a beautiful card. Great image and I love all the stars. Thanks for playing along with us at Fussy and Fancy Friday Challenge. Pat K x

  5. Your card is just gorgeous. I love the soft pastels you used to color this image and the embellishments. Thanks for playing in our newsprint challenge at A Day for Daisies. Hope to see your work again soon. Hugs, Cathy xx

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