dreamy castle card

Hey! Today i am sharing this ‘dreamy castle’ project

i was Featured on the Lawn Fawn Blog for Fawny Friday 03-06-2020, with this card!! YAY!

I started with inking the card panel.
I used Distress Oxide inks tumbled glass, peacock feathers and faded jeans.
I used the stencil from Lawn Fawn – starry sky.
I also used Nuvo Embellishment Mouse -aquamarijn.
I absolutely love the outcome. It gives such a nice shimmer and structure!

I die cutted two cloud portions from white cardstock.
I used a die that comes with the Mama Elephant -slim card basics die set.
I used Ranger Glossy Accents on the edges of these panels and used light blue glitter on it.
Such a sparkly effect!
I placed one with glue on the card panel and one with foam squares.

I die cutted the pieces from Lawn Fawn -build-a-castle. I inked some cardstock with Distress Oxide inks abandoned coral, tea dye, squeezed lemonade, peacock feathers, aged mahogany and weathered wood.
I also added on the flags parts a bit of Nuvo Embellishment mousse -mother of pearl.
I used glue and foam squares to build it.
I also used the Lawn Fawn -brick stencil on the three wall parts. I used Distress Oxide ink pumice stone. I glued it down on the card panel.

I stamped and fuzzy cutted the cute wizzard from Lawn Fawn -tiny fairy tale. Also used the fairy’s from Lawn Fawn -a little sparkle. I colored them with Spectrum Noir Markers.

I wanted to stamp the sentiment from Lawn Fawn -tiny fairy tale on the cloud panel, but i did not placed the stamp right and it felle of my stamp block!! On the cloud panel..blehhh always a struggle when these kind of things happen hahaha. But i could create the whole panel again or place something on it.
I ended up die cutting a stitched cloud from Lawn Fawn -stitched rainbow die set.
I stamped the sentiment on this cloud and glued it on the cloud panel. I was ok with the outcome.

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