I love your first entry - beautifully embellished. I had to take a closer look before I realised her skin was green - although I must say it works! This card definitely drew me in the more I looked the more I saw.Thanks for sharing with us this week.Best wishes, Sharon
Beautifuul creations!! Love how you've cut the image and added it to the green paper!:) Very nice coloring and laout! Thank you soo much for sharing these beautiful creations with us♥Hugs, Ellen
Both of the turned out so sweet, I love your work. The coloring on these are very pretty.
Love all the dimension Trish!! From the popped wing on the first card to the ornament and bow on the second....and everything in between!TFSConnie
You did such a great job with these cards!I love the dimension and the used of the embellishments! thanks for sharing your cards with us this week!
Amazing work. I love your cards, espp the first one! Beautiful. thanks for sharing, I can't wait to see morei
I just love the first card. The bright yellow on the bottom works so well to lift up all the other colours and image. Brilliant work.
Thank you so much everyone..it is always a pleasure using images from Sweet pea for my cards..so beautiful and inspirational..as is the work I find from all the other talented sweet pea fans...take care and hugs..P.S I love making my fairies with coloured skin..just think what an even more beautiful world this would be skins the colours of rainbows... :)
You made lovely cards, Trish. Love the embellies you used on your first one. The feathers looks so great on it. And what a nice idea to colour green skin. Like your thought about skins in the colours of rainbows.Hugs, Karina
Love the autumn fairie card, so beautiful. The christmas card is so elegant. I love the way it stands up. Pretty printed papers. Thanks for sharing your creations this month!
I love that you colored her skin green. Fairies can be any color. I love the way you designed your cards so pretty. Thanks so much for sharing them with us Trish.Hugs:)Angela
oh wow! Beautiful! These have so much details and I love how you put in the feathers on the first one!