Tag with Serenity Fairy Princess

new month, new challenge at We Love 2 Create. This month, I’ve created a tag for the challenge.

I started by die-cutting out a tag. Then I colored it in with a ripped paper and pink and purple Distress ink. I colored it in some more with the Distressed trellis stencil and black Distress ink. I also added some pink and purple splats.

Next, I printed out Serenity Fairy Princess and colored her with Copics alcohol markers. I cut her out with scissors. Then, I die-cut out Poinsettia Lace flowers that I colored in with Distressed ink and attached them behind the colored stamp. I adhered the cluster to the tag.

Next, I added some stickles to the wings and added art stones to the skirt of the dress with glossy accents. When it was dry, I enhanced the stones with inka gold.

Then, I stamped a sentiment to a white paper from the stamp set called Perfect wishes. I used purple Distress ink for that. And I added the sentiment to the tag.

Finally, I attached a pink ribbon to the tag, and my creation was done.

Copics used in this project
Skin: E04, E11, E21, E00, E000, R22
Hair: E55, E53, E50
Lips: E04, R22, R20
Wings: V95, V93, V91
Chrown: Y19, Y13, Y11
Pink dress and flowers: RV06, RV04. RV21
Purple dress and flowers: V17, V15, V04

Affiliate links for Polkadoodles products used in this project
Poinsettia Lace - Craft cutting die
Other products used in this project

Tag dies
Distress Ink
Art stones
Glossy accents
Inka Gold
Pink ribbon
Copics alcohol markers

Entering these challenges
A bit more time to craft – challenge #142
A perfect time to craft – challenge #6
Crafty Catz – challenge #557
Creative Fingers – challenge #211
Pattie’s Creations – challenge #183


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