Hi everyone! Happy hump day! Today I'm going to Mothermark's tea party, and this week we're all going to the bat cave to visit Batman! See Batman is in a bit of a pickle. He's got his aunt staying with him and a friend of hers is coming to check on things to make sure Batman is taking good care of her. So, we're all coming to help spruce up the cave a bit! I've brought a wonderful little helper with me; Rose Fairy! She's full of magic fairy dust that she can sprinkle around the cave. Everywhere her magic dust falls becomes a glittery piece of beauty and smells like roses! In true Batman fashion, we're supposed to come up with a new fight sound word - and everytime miss fairy shakes her magic fairy dust out it sounds like "BULUMP!" so that's my word! LOL!
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She's colored with Copic markers and glitter is on her wings. I used a special piece of glittered vellum on the background. It's some I bought at Archivers when I went there with Freida back in December and I've been hoarding it ever since!
The frame around the oval is made with two nestabilites. I used a little pink crocheted flower that my niece made on the bottom and topped it with one of the pearly rain dot thingies my friend Stef sent me.
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Now, you know at the tea party things can get a little messy so I made something Batman's aunt can wear to protect her clothing - a bib! Well, okay I didn't actually make the bib, but I decorated it with iron ons!
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Isn't this cute? I printed the Snappy Dresser image onto some iron on sheets you feed through your printer. I printed the sentiment out at the same time. Then I colored the crab, cut everything out and ironed it on! I have to say that I think it would have turned out a little better if I had been able to find the regular iron on transfer sheets at the store, but all they had was the kind for dark clothing. With these kind the white background stays visible. But, I still think it's cute! I want to do the Good With Grandma image on a onsie - don't you think that would be cute? I can see more bibs too - maybe this angel with the words "Mama's little angel" on it. So many ideas and so little time!
I hope you have a great day today, and thanks for looking! Don't forget to comment to win the card!