Stamping Bella Fairy Tale Twist & Pop Card with Video

I’m all kinds of in love with today’s card, I will admit. It’s one of the rare ones, that turned out almost exactly how I envisioned it! It’s full of unicorns and pretty colours too, so what’s not to love?! Click through to see the whole card, get all the details, and watch the video to see it come together.

Marker Geek Fairy Tale Twist & Pop Card featuring Stamping Bella (with video)

Fairy Tale Twist & Pop Card:

Firstly, I’ll warn you that I used an epic number of stamp sets to create this card – seven in total! They are all listed towards the end of the post, with links.

I made a similar card to this the other day, using a new die set I have, you can see that post HERE. For this card I followed a tutorial to create it using my score board, because I knew the size of the die set wouldn’t work for the scene I wanted to create on the inside panel.

Marker Geek Fairy Tale Twist & Pop Card featuring Stamping Bella (with video)

Here’s the link to Sandie’s step by step tutorial: DT Thursday Create a Twist & Pop Card with Sandiebella

Marker Geek Fairy Tale Twist & Pop Card featuring Stamping Bella (with video)

As you can see, I had a lot of fun with this card!

Fairy Tale Twist & Pop Card Video:

Now watch me put the card together in the video below or in HD over on YouTube.

With all the stamping, ink blending and card assembly today’s video would have been incredibly long if I had included the colouring footage. I’ll be uploading that as a separate video on Monday for those of you that would like to watch the colouring and hear me talk a little about that part of the process!

Supplies:

UK/Europe Readers: Tracy at Dies to Die For stocks Stamping Bella stamps and dies. and also the MFT Extreme Black ink pad that I use when stamping an image for Copic colouring.

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