I made this card using an all time favorite Sweet Anya, of course. I also wanted to use some cork and thought it would be fun to cut it out using the lace doily die - it turned out better than I had hopped so I'll be borrowing that die from my Mom again! :D If you're keeping track of my details on painting the chipboards, I covered this wing embellishment with Liquid Pearls again. It appears to be my favorite method but I have yet to get my embossing powders out of the closet. As a final touch, I added glitter to a few areas of the clothing and white polka-dots on the shirt.
DT Challenge: Club Anya & Friends - Mystery Monday
Challenge: Stampin' Royalty - Challenge #55 (things with wings)
Challenge: Creative Inspirations - Challenge #95 (patchwork)
Challenge: Color Throw Down - Challenge #125 (green, pink, kraft)
Challenge: Truly Scrumptious - Challenge #49 (pink, brown, green)
Challenge: Flutter By Wednesday (open + fairies and wing)
Main Stamp: Sweet Anya (TGF)
Patterned Paper: Once Upon a Springtime (Graphics 45) and Vintage (CM)
Metal Die: My Favorite Things Die-namics Decorative Doily
-skin: E000, E00, E11, E13, R12
-hair: E42, E43, E44, E47, E79
-clothes: YG91, TG93, YG95, YG97, R01, R02, R05, E50, E51, E53
Did you know? The Low Head Lighthouse is Australia's oldest continuously used pilot station and was the third lighthouse to be constructed in Australia. The original tower, 15.25 meters (50.0 ft) high, was known as the "Georgetown Station" but by the 1880s, the original stone tower had fallen into a state of disrepair. It was demolished in 1888 and replaced with the present double brick structure with a new lantern room and apparatus. This light is now unmanned and automated.