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Club LLLC Dec 2021 Kit

Pixie Wishes and Fairy Dust Kisses - that's what December's Club Kit at La-La Land Crafts is all about! And oh my gawsh, just wait til you see all the DTs cards... so unique and gorgeous!!  Be sure to hop to the LLLC blog or FB group to see them all!! 

* December 31 is the last day to subscribe to start with December's kit!  CLICK HERE to start your monthly subscription!

Okay, you know me and my interactive craziness.... well, I created this card where the pixie "Flies" over Fairy Marci 🧚  If you are a subscriber, you'll automatically receive access to this tutorial as well as many others made with the Club Kits!


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IN ADDITION TO THE DEC CLUB KIT, I'VE USED:
I dry embossed it, then sponged for added depth

COPIC COLORS: 
SKin: E000, E00, E13, E21, 
Cheeks:  R00, R20, R21 
Pinks: RV10, 02, 04 
Teals: BG10, 11, 15, 45, 49 
Purples: BV11, 08, V15, 17

For my 2nd project, I've created a Slimline Card and the door to the Fairy House opens to reveal a message!  This was my first time coloring dark toned skin using Copics.  I think I really LOVE how it came out!  Also, Wink of Stella over her wings makes them very sparkly!

I also used the patch of Grass die to make a layered roof which gives it a tiki hut kinda fairy house.  :) 

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and the door open to reveal sentiment 😁

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La-La Land Crafts, Fairy Marci, Pixie Wishes, slimline card, ink something, copic dark skin

COPIC COLORS:

Skin:  E31, 33, 35, 29, 25, R21, 22
Clothes/shoes:  R20, 21, 22, 
Hair:  E31, 35, 25, 29
Wings:  BG10, 11, G00, E50
Wink of Stella over the wings for shine!

Here's what you get if you choose the Kit with Stamps & Dies:
(*note:  you also have the option to get just the stamps, or just the dies)


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 Thank you so much for vising ... 
Happy Inking!

Comments

Paula Hymel said…
Oh woman! You are killing me with your interactive cards! Another one i have to try!
Lori m said…
Gorgeous fairy cards, loving all the new card designs, hugs, Lori m
Aimeslee Winans said…
Adorable cards, Kris, and gorgeous coloring and construction. Love the Wink of Stella on the wings! xoxo MERRY CHRISTMAS xoxo

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