I took a few liberties with the sketch this week but if you close one eye and squint through the other, you should be able to see the sketch in my card :)
And if you're going cross-eyed and still can't see the sketch, I used the inside of the oval die-cut for the oval, the outer frame of the die-cut for the rectangular panel and the fairies are the horizontal panels. Ah, yes, I can imagine you nodding your heads now :)
I don't usually buy kits as there is generally something in there (like patterned paper) that I'll probably never use. But when I saw these fairies in the Hero Arts My Monthly Kit, I knew these were the fairies for me. Hero Arts and PSX were the first stamps I ever bought - in fact my first ever stamp purchase was a Hero Arts stamp called Italian Poetry Background - and I've still got it! Anyway, back to the card. I colored the fairies with Copics, put some Star Dust Stickles on their wings and die cut them. The oval die-cut was cut from a panel of white cardstock and layered onto the card base using foam tape - lots and lots of teeny, tiny pieces of foam tape. The sentiment was stamped in the cut-out and I positioned the fairies so that one of them was looking at the sentiment.
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Stamps: My Monthly Kit (Midsummer Dream) Hero Arts
Ink: Black Licorice Hybrid
Cardstock: White, X-Press It
Dies: My Monthly Kit
Accessories: Copics, Star Dust Stickles