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Wishing for My Fairy Godmother

Everyone has times where they really need their Fairy Godmother - I am needing mine right now and the day is still young!

This is my Tuesday Challenge Card for the Can You Digi It? Challenge found here and it starts at 6:00AM today. The Fairyland inspiration pictures are so fun. I used the Revidevi Retro Garden Fairy digital image available in the Can You Digi It? store (click here to get right to it).

You should play in the challenge - they are giving away a $10 store certificate and there are lots of amazing things in this store!!!

I also used the following on my card: Ranger Rock Candy Distress Stickles (available in the store), Diamond Stickles, some old ribbon, Prima Flowers, Graphic 45 and SU! paper, and Spellbinders dies. I sponged SU! More Mustard ink around the Spellbinder die before taking the paper out of the die.

Hope my Fairy Godmother shows up soon! Hugz!!


  1. Oh, so totally cute, Nancy! I really like your layout for this--and all of those pretty layers!! I can tell that you are LOVING your digis--good for you!!!!

  2. What a feast for the eyes, Nancy! And sure to appeal to that Fairy godmother...I'm with you...hurry and show up! Love the teal trim and the texture on the teal mat. You've inspired me to try tinting the dye, it looks very nice,

  3. I could use a Fairy Godmother right now, too and I hope she can clean house because I don't want to. Your card is just adorable and I love that gorgeous Prima. Wonderful creation, Nancy!!

  4. OK, where's MY fairy Godmother???!!! I guess we all need one from time to time!! LOL! Wonderful card!!!

  5. What a fun card! Great colors and papers!


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