I think I have my Grandpa to thank for that. When I was little he would buy me those cheap plastic jewelry sets that they used to sell, I would put on my "princess" jewels and then he would sit me down and weave tales of Neapolitan ice cream eating princesses, trouble making fairies and all sorts of other characters. And my fascination only grew from there...
All of that to say this little card is my homage to Disney's Fantasia, something I first watched way back when and fell in love with. I especially loved the section about the centaur girls and the little cupids helping them to find their special centaur guy... awww... classic. :)
That and the Shimmers dolls, did anyone else own any of those back in the 80's? Little centaur mommas and a matching baby? Oh man I totally wore mine out I played with them so much!
Anyway enough reminiscing, I altered mermaid Anya and the digi unicorn stamp from TGF to make her and it really didn't take as much changing as you would think. I simply wiped away her tail before stamping and cut her out at the torso then layered her over the unicorn. Voila!
Thanks for stopping by, I hope everyone has a great Monday. I'm off to the 'big city' to look at some scanners... :)
cardstock: DCWV, Bazzill and GP
stamps: The Greeting Farm (Mermaid Anya and digi Unicorn)
inks: Memento tuxedo black and Colorbox dark brown chalk ink
rub ons- Making Memories beach alpha and American Crafts purkey alpha
Prima got flowers
Kaiser Craft flower gem
Papertrey Ink twine
skin- E00, E11, R20
hair & tail- RV11, RV13, RV21
body- RV00, RV04, RV09, RV19, E30, E31, E33
top- YG01, YG23, YG25