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Faeire dust . . .

So I had plans for these sweet flying fairy stamps from Faerie Song Art Stamps, but after inking them up and stamping them on a watercolor wash background, it seemed they only needed a little bit of fairy dust to finish them off.
 Isn't she lovely?  Such a pretty image.  I'll try to show the glitter I added to her wings and stars, but you know how it is when trying to photograph sparkle.

You get the idea, right?

Just look at that fairy dust fly--it definitely needs some Wink of Stella!

Looking for a little sparkle and shine?  Check out these finds at Altered Pages:
Wink of Stella (one of my personal favorites)
And Faerie Song Art Stamps

How's that for some fairy dust?
(Thank you, Faerie Song, for the beautiful stamps!)

Happy Thursday,


  1. Trisha I knew that little girl was perfect for you! Lovely!!!!

  2. We all need a little fairy dust. Great work Trisha!

    1. Thank you, LaChelle--not what I'd planned on, but that's usually the way it goes . . . and you are SO right about the fairy dust!!!



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