Fairies live here…

TGIFMake a banner… so I did, using a watercolour+salt background, some recycled bits n bobs and the lovely “Fairy Houses” stamps from Home Impressions – funky and doodly!!

TGIF-banner

The mesh is plastic (from the Scrapstore); the fairy charm is one of a job lot I bought from Kathy on Etsy; the paisley is Fiskars Rubons – excellently easy to apply! (and you know how I hate rubons!). As Paisley was the Wednesday Stamper theme this past week, I thought I’d enter it for that too!

The tiny blocks bear the legend: “Fairies live here” and the tiny beads stay in place on the wire hanger with the help of a spot of clear nail varnish!! 😉

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11 Comments

  1. Sandy

     /  August 21, 2009

    Absolutely unique.
    Fantastic stamping and design. Love them.

    Thanks Rosie for your banner on TGiF.

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  2. such a beautiful banner!! love the stamps and the colors!!

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  3. Wonderful banner, Rosie. Beautifully created.

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  4. Wonderful colors Rosie, some of my favs! Your salt background is a great technique! Lovely fairie banner !
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  5. Well, now, I love funky and I love doodly, and funky and doodly together are just grrrreat! Love it.

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  6. it´s so funky! I love it!

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  7. Great banner!! love your design, you’ve made all the different elements come together very nicely!!

    Linda

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  8. Great banner Rosie!

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  9. oooh, what a fun and marvelous world you created on this banner!!!

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  10. love your banner…lot of details

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