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Fairie Dust March & April Page

Hi Lovelies,

Today I'm sharing with you the next addition to our Fairie Dust Album of the Year! If you've seen our  previous posts on this Album, you would know it features the wonderful Graphic 45 Fairie Dust range which is full of beautiful fairies, delicate flowers and many magical patterns, which you will get to see more of below!




Each page of this album has been uniquely designed by the wonderful Helen and there is a stunning new design each month.


March's page design has a gorgeous halo of fussy-cut fairies surrounding your chosen photo in the centre of the page. There is also plenty of space at the bottom of the page to journal some precious memories.


This silver glitter paper is the perfect accompaniment for this Fairie Dust collection, adding just the right amount of sparkle to the page. Helen has also used Giltzin' Glamour to add a small amount of shimmer to the fairies.


Adding various little layers and features to your album makes it really standout. For this Fairie album Helen has used sparkly fine string to tuck between layers, Crackle Accents and Giltzin' Glamour to the wings of the fairies.


For April's page, Helen has designed a beautiful waterfall feature which is perfect for storing multiple photos on the one page, and it's super fun to interact with!


Helen has hand-dyed a few different sized flowers and seam binding to arrange this lovely cluster. This technique is a perfect way to use up any left over flowers you have lying around, whilst ensuring they match your project! Helen then punched a few leaves from the background paper to finish off the cluster.


I hope you're enjoying our posts from this years Album of the Year! If you've missed out on this years series of classes, we also run various album classes throughout the year so make sure you stay up to date on the blog to catch our next class!


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  1. Absolutely stunning "Fairie Dust" mini album by Helen. I wish I could come to classes and join in the lessons and fun. Helen's work is amazing and everything she creates is so inspiring.

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    1. Thank you Wendy! I sure do agree - Helen's work is always so lovely!
      It would be special if you could come to a class.

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