Make a Wish Little Fern Girl

Happy Wednesday, Friends!

Today I have another card to share with you from what I am calling my projects from the scrap pile series. This week, I’ve been working on building up my stash of birthday cards, using a sweet old collection from Little Yellow Bicycle called Fern Girl.

AudreyPettit LYB MakeaWishCard
This little flower fairy is so adorable, isn’t she?  She is flying by with birthday wishes, framed in a super easy scene made up of chipboard, stickers, and acetate. All done up in sweet girly colors. Mixed, of course, with a touch of my personal favorite, chocolate brown. 😉

AudreyPettit LYB MakeaWishCard2

Working with transparencies can sometimes be a bit tricky, but I gave it a try here. Tiny bling glue dots are hardly visible in the corners of the frame. And I decided to forego the adhesive on the sentiment label, and just tie it with bitty bows, instead.

AudreyPettit LYB MakeaWishCard3
It takes me back, working with all these old products. But it sure feels good. Now if only I could just make a dent in that mountain of a stash!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hope you all have a wonderful day!

16 thoughts on “Make a Wish Little Fern Girl

  1. This little fairy is darling! Love all the layers and the look of mitered lace on the corners. Is that an acetate too? And yes, I love the purples with chocolate brown too!

  2. Beautiful sweet flower fairy, Audrey! Wonderful layers and pretty colors! Great addition with the stars and twine, too!!

  3. The most adorable card ever dear Audrey!
    and of course, your association of colors is superb!

  4. Great colors and sweet! I wish I could push myself to work on something with those scrap pile at home!
    And thank you so much for your bear hug card, you are such a sweet friend, thank you!

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