Tuesday, 14 June 2016

A sparkly get well potion

MFT have a 'summer camp' running this week, and it's perfect timing for my week off work.  This card is for lesson 1 - glitzy glitter.

I've used some super old stamps from High Hopes for this - coloured with watercolour pencils and the little Doctor popped up on dimensionals.  I hardly ever use my coloured glitter as I usually just use the clear stuff, so had to root it out from the back of the cupboard ;)  I added glitter to my flames, the potion and to his boney jewelry.  The closeup shows the sparkle better.

I hadn't intended to add the sequins and bling, but managed to drop the lid of my ink pad and needed to cover some splodges ;)


  1. Brilliant card. I'm glad I'm not the only one who 'modifies' to cover up. I had to put a sentiment over a splodge yesterday x

  2. A great card and fab image. The sequins add the perfect finishing touch, so it was a happy accident with the ink pad lid!
    Kath x

  3. Such a fab image,love the glitter and as you know I'm a lover of the sequin cover up too! Cara x

  4. What a delightfully sweet card! The design is eye catching and I love the color palette on your design. Thanks for joining in on the fun at Tuesday Throwdown.
    We look forward to seeing you again.

  5. Comical little scene, Lynne, that makes for a fun card. Your little witch doctor is so cute with that bone in his nose. Love the sparkle, too.

  6. This is so cute! I love the scene and soft pastel colors. Thank you for playing along with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Marzena


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