I cannot seem to stop using Pixie Powders at the moment they are so versatile. I was only having a play with them (as you do) as I had some new colours and this is the card I created from it.
I started by die cutting an old SP Vintage Lace border die out twice. I placed the two borders behind a strip of coconut white Foundations card and mounted this on to a larger piece of embossed card.
For the focal element I used SW Maggie die and backed it with a piece of the Pixie Powders background. The sentiment is stamped on to one of SW inner dies from her Melbourne die set with one of Phil Martin's from his chalkboard range.
Again I Pixied some vellum and once it was dry I die cut it with SW Camellia dies and popped a pearl in the centre of each flower. I cut SW tree from her Family Tree die and then snipped into the branches up to create the foliage behind the flowers.
I was so excited on Monday and Tuesday as Julia Watts was on Hochanda and she had asked for people to send in cards that they had made using SW stained glass collection. I sent in two of the humming bird and they were both shown. I must admit it gave me such a buzz to see my cards on TV.
I did blog one of them you can find it here stained-glass-window-humming-bird
I need to take a picture of the other one then I will blog it. Julia has popped them in her gallery on her blog too. All the examples she received were lovely.
I hope you all have had a chance to enjoy the weather I hope it doesn't rain too much this weekend.
Have a great week.
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