Saturday, February 20, 2021

2021 STASH BASH #5 - Rainbow Sprinkle Fairy Card

 Hello, Crafty Peoples!

Today I share a project that had been floating around in my head for a few days!   When I pull out an unused stamp, my main fear is that my design will not be interesting.   

This stamp set was purchased over eight years ago. I do not color well.  Most of my "image" stamps are left to languish in my stash.  I have hundreds, maybe thousands if I count all my Itty Bitty™ Unity Stamps that have yet to be inked!

Rainbow Sprinkle
I created this card for "Turner Syndrome Awareness" Month
On The Inside
The rainbows were cut from a sticker pad. They are gold trimmed, but that did not photograph well 

A Little Bit of the Process
The project began as a simple ink blending practice sheet, and although this sheet had a few muddy areas, it worked!
I stamped the background images onto a blank piece of cardstock before stamping them onto my card face panel. 

I used alcohol brush markers to add color to some of the stamped images.  I also added an outline around the butterfly image. I colored it and painted it with a thin coat of glitter glue.  
In this close-up shot, you can see the "ghost" stamping.   I stamped the sentiment and used my craft knife to cut it into single words. The yellow and green circles were made using a bottle cap.

I wanted to create a bit of a 3D look, so I added a third mushroom to the focal grouping. 
I glued the third mushroom down and added foam tape to the center back of the main image.  I also added foam tape to the center of the two smaller mushrooms.  I glued the edges of the grass and the small mushrooms.  The effect is awesome!

Thanks For Stopping By!
Chana Malkah

 Stuff I Used:
Stamps: JustRite® Cling Stamp - "Fairy Garden Wishes"

Prima Marketing:  Engraver

Glitter Glue:  Dollar Tree
Open Star Charm:  Stash


  1. Wow great job, I love this card it's fantastic. Don't be so hard on yourself I think you've coloured the stamps very well, I don't colour well either and a time ago I decided I didn't mind, I will never do it like other people but it's not a problem and I enjoy more now than when I did it in the past because there is no pressure.
    Hugs, María

  2. Beautiful card, love the colours. Have a good weekend. Anesha

  3. I’m not keen on colouring either, but you did a fine job on this. Very pretty.

  4. Chana I think you card looks wonderful! You colored that sweet fairy perfectly! I just love fairies! Your background turned out amazing and I really love that sentiment! Your card is perfect for the "It's A Girl Thing" Turner Syndrome Awareness 3rd Annual Blog Hop and Card Challenge! Thank you for sharing it with us!! Now I have to go check out those stamps you used!!

  5. This is darling!!! Be sure to enter it in the Turner Syndrome challenge - it's a perfect fit!

  6. For someone who doesn't colour well, this is beautiufl Chana.
    Faith x

  7. Beautiful work as always thanks for sharing!!!

  8. Beautiful card, your coloring looks fantastic on my screen, hugs, Lori m

  9. Such a beautiful creation Chana! Once again, thanks so much for helping spread the word about Turner Syndrome. We sure appreciate your support. Stay safe & healthy.

  10. Fabulous background and beautifully coloured image
    Carol x


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