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Vintage Fairy Girl Magnet by Judy Wood

Vintage Fairy Girl magnet by Judy Wood

Our product Partner this month is Rubber Stamping Depot and they are famous for their ECO BOARD.  

Measure vintage fairy image to fit precut ATC size Eco Board.  

Cut to fit and decorate edges of image with your favorite punch or  various foils.  We have sheets and rolls which can be used with double side tape or duo glue.

Cover sides and top with washi tape.

Add ink for vintage flair – I like a soft brown, I’ve been using it for years.

Glue image onto Eco board.  I've used Aleene's Tacky Glue for years!  I LOVE it!

 Use embossing powder with font stamp – I used copper embossing powder over dark red ink.

Add decorations, flowers, wings, gemstones, German scrap, etc.
Use the AlteredPages rubber stampSay what?” on back of your work to add your name and/or title.

Add magnets, hang on your file cabinet or refrigerator. This also makes a simple, mailable gift.  

Thanks for stopping by, please leave a comment and share your ideas!


  1. Beautiful, love that it can be displayed on the fridge!!!

  2. Very pretty! You really captured a real vintage feel.

  3. a perfect magical little magnet! xo


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