Our adorable granddaughter has the funniest stories about how she lost five teeth this year. While she was reciting events around each missing tooth fiasco I interjected questions about the tooth fairy. Her first answer was, "Well gram, she has little pink shoes and comes to your house at midnight." I pulled out a piece of paper and started writing...eleven items later I had a great list to incorporate into a tooth fairy layout for her. PLUS, she drew me a picture.
We're documenting her stories, in her own words, in the mini album that slides in and out of a hidden pocket behind the background layer on the left-hand layout.
This little girl thoroughly delights me with her tooth fairy imagination. She knows all about the commerce in fairyland and what fairies do in the their leisure time.
Find out what your kids or grand kids think about the subject and make a layout to share together too. You'll be so-o-o-o-o glad you did.
The chipboard pieces were all painted white, coated with crackle medium and finished with a coat of pearl glaze. (Or you could use white crackle paint and coat it with pearl glaze).
I was able to use the flowers from one of the rub on borders and the trees for the border around the clock face and numbers. I coated the green clock hand with the "grass" rub ons. The rub ons are fun to use in unconventional ways so watch for ways to be more creative with this collection.
The chipboard on the left-hand layout was further embellished with glitz and bling rhinestones and jewels. Stickles dots were added to the wings of the fairy drawing and painted onto the dress. The drawing was done by my granddaughter (see comment below).
The Imaginisce, "Fairest of Them All Collection" works amazingly well for princess and fairy layouts, cards and home decor.