Lili of the Valley fairy card

Hello there.  How are you doing?

I have been enjoying the cooler weather over the past week or so.  Not that I really notice it much when I am working from home, like millions of people around the world today.  I do like the idea, but when I finish work, mid afternoon, I like to take Sasha, my Samoyed dog, out for her afternoon walk.  I would love it if it was brighter, so I can don my sunglasses and take in some of the heat.  I love to watch the butterflies in the long grass and the birds in the trees.  Yesterday when I went out the front door I did not even know what the weather had been like until then.  My head had been down and I was busy for 5 hrs.


Today’s post is about a ‘fairy card’ I have listed in my Etsy shop.  Watching butterflies on my walks with Sasha are about as close as I can get to fairies, I suppose.  This card topper is one of Lili of the Valley’s pre-printed and coloured designs that I just adore.  I have a number of these designs pre-printed onto card stock so they are really easy to use.  I have also found the new shop on Etsy where you can download pre-printed and sized images that are pre-coloured as well as the more traditional un-coloured digi-stamp.  These digi-stamps as so versatile I couldn’t resist buying some a few months ago.

I love the minimal look to the card and it is bright and summery and catches the light with its 12 diamante accents.  It truly mixes both the love of cards with dancing fairies.


The 6” (15cm) square scalloped white card has been layered with white, yellow and light amethyst card and the focal topper is raised on foam pads to give depth to the card.

There is no greeting on the outside so it can be used for loads of occasions.
If you are interested in buying this lovely floral card from me, it is available in my Etsy Shop. 

Take care.



2 thoughts on “Lili of the Valley fairy card

    • June Jackson Designs August 9, 2020 / 2:50 pm

      Well, Thank You. I’m very critical when it comes to my own designs. Something I need to work on. I’m becoming more confident though. Can’t take any credit for the art work though, if only.


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