Some Odd Girl, so I finished a simple card with her.
Petal Fairy is a brand new digi, and if you're a part of the Odd girls Facebook group, you can grab the link to buy her early (before she's listed in the store front).
I started by printing out Petal Fairy and coloring her in with my Copics. I didn't do anything special this time around, just colored for the fun of it. I went with bright colors, and added a couple of highlights with a white gel pen. After she was completely colored in, I carefully cut around her and set her aside to make the rest of the card.
I made a top-folding A2 card base out of mint cardstock.
I really liked the polka and flower patterned paper from My Mind's Eye Just Sayin' paper pad. I cut it into a 3 x 3 1/2" panel. I matted it with a piece of pink cardstock that matched some of the flowers. I adhered the fairy onto the panel with my standard adhesive, making sure she was over the flowers. Unfortunately, some of her butterfly wing was sticking out and I had to trim it (it wouldn't fit in an envelope otherwise). I adhered the panel to the card front using foam tape.
Lastly, I decided to add a few embellishments. I kept them simple by adding a few pink enamel dots and drawing a border with a white gel pen.
Some Odd Girl Petal Fairy digital stamp
Copic X-Press It blending cardstock
Copics (E00, E11, E13, R20, R22, 0, B02, B05, Y11, Y38, BV29, E35, E37, E47, E29, YR23, YG25, YG67, YG99, YG41, YG45, BV01, BV04, BG32, BG49, R11, RV42, RV55)
Sakura Gellyroll White Gel Pen
Simon Says Stamp Heavyweight 100#lbs cardstock in Mint
My Mind's Eye Just Sayin' 6x6 patterned paper
Stampin' Up Cardstock in Strawberry Slush
Tombow Craft Dot Adhesive Runner (pink)
3M Double-Sided Foam Tape
Freckled Fawn Pinks enamel dots