Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Pixie Dust Paperie March Challenge

Time again for a PDP Challenge.
Make your project ( layout, card, wall hanging, etc) based on Kirsty sketch...


 This is what I came up with...


All the papers except for the music score came from the Floribunda Kit.


This is one of those fabulous buttons that came in the box of treasures from 
my son-in-law. I glued some trim onto a paper circle and attached the button to make this flower.


Another German Paper Lithograph from Etsy.


Now be sure to enter the challenge because the prize is an
amazing group of goodies from American Crafts... and who wouldn't want to win this!

8 comments:

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Oh wow, this is awesome, love the vintage image and you know me, I always love to look "carefully" on how you mix and match the Pixie Kits, it really gives me new idea, and best part of it, you just show me that this sketch is actually great for a card, I think I am going to make a card based on my own sketch, thanks for the inspiration Linda (as always), and thanks for playing along with Pixie!

Stella said...

This is beautiful; that image is stunning; I love that nostalgic look. Terrific take on the challenge!

Paper Boutique said...

One gorgeous card, full of stunning details!

~amy~ said...

oh my...such gorgeous work!

Audrey Pettit said...

How beautiful this is, Linda!! You've got some of my very favorite things on here, so I am just smitten! The vintage lithograph, the sweet button, the trim.......sigh.....I just love this.
Totally adore the flower you made from the trim and button. :)
And tell the Penmaker he should set up shop! His creations are just too fabulous!

Ros said...

Such a beautiful creation ... your flower is stunning

lauren bergold said...

german scrap AND a vintage button AND sheet music AND pixie goodies?!?!?! ♥♥♥! so this is *MY* birthday card then, right?! oof--sorry--have i spoilt the surprise? don't worry, i will "forget" all about it till june, k? i promise! :) :) :)

(linda this is AM♥AAAAAAY♥ZING!!! & a gorgeous take on kirsty's sketch!)

teacher jessy said...

Oh yeah I have to agree what every said! That is so beautifully done! Love the vintage feel on ur card, the details are just amazing :)

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