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Vintage Fairy Album

Hello! Welcome to my very first post for Sin City Stamps. Today I'll be sharing a vintage/shabby chic fairy album I made using products from Sin City Stamps and from our blog partner for the month of August, Altered Pages. I will guide you through each step of the process through a photo tutorial.
 

Everything on this album was made from scratch, from the handmade flowers to the inside pages... To make it, I used the following materials:  

Main supplies
Sin City Stamps Chicken wire w/ Butterflies Chipboard Book
Sin City Stamps Love of Butterflies Plate of Rubber
Sin City Stamps Chicken Wire with Butterflies Mask
Altered Pages' Fragile Fairies collage
Altered Pages' Fairy Wings Collage
Altered Pages' Alphabet F Collage
Altered Pages' Library Card  
Others
Poster paint
Acrylic paint
Inka-Gold
Distress Inks
Pigment ink
Leather textured and metallic cardstocks
Spellbinders dies
Pearl stickers
Pearl stamens
Vintage button
Adhesives
Ribbon




TUTORIAL
To see how I created my album, please click here and start the guide added below my post.


I hope you enjoyed my project and tutorial. To purchase the products I used to create this album, please click on the corresponding link on the list of supplies. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Thanks so much for your visit.

This project is participating in:
Anything Goes - Altered Eclectics
August Challenge - Rhedd's Creative Spirit
Mixed Media - TokBobok
3D Flowers - My Craft Spot

Comments

  1. I LOVE LOVE all the details. Just gorgeous!

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  2. This is gorgeous! Love all the beautiful flowers! I think skittles would for surely work on vintage, I have beautiful pink and rose colors and the browns would look amazing! Carri~Abusybee
    Skittles!

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    1. Oh thanks so much for stopping by! Well, I would love to try the skittles out! I'm so glad you came visit, thanks.

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  3. This is sooo pretty! I love everything about it!
    Deena

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  4. Wow this is gorgeous, so many beautiful details and colours, thanks for sharing with us at we do doobadoo, hugs Liz xx

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  5. Another stunning project with many layers and detail, beautifully made. Many thanks for joining in with We Do Doobadoo "Shabby Chic" challenge.Lou x

    http://wedodoobadoo.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. Oh I love this - so magical. Many thanks for joining the Rosie’s Creative Spirit challenge and good luck!!! Melissa (DT)

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  7. Beautiful! Lovely design, and such pretty colours. Thank you for entering your project at Rhedd’s Creative Spirit. Sammy-x

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  8. Wow, this is sensational! All of those gorgeous flowers look especially lovely alongside a vintage fairy theme. :o) The colors are beautiful and the entire design is fantastic! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us at My Craft Spot!

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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  9. Wow...this is amazing! Your flowers are stunning - great project! Thanks for playing along at My Craft Spot!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
    www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

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  10. Beautiful inspired card- fabulous layering! Thanks for joining in with AALD~

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  11. This is beautiful work - TFS with us over at Altered Eclectics this month. Hugz xxx

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  12. Beautiful album! I like the colours and teh background you've made! Good luck. TokBobok

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  13. Wow! Awesome, now I want to try. I love ALL your amazing details!

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