Friday, 7 August 2015

Hilltop Pixies.

Hi there Peeps,

Well, it's the weekend, time to relax and chill out.   I have had a quiet day today.   Just received some 'happy post' from Imagination Crafts - fabulous new products for the next Create & Craft T.V. show in September.    I have made a start on the samples,  wow! the new products are just fabulous, can't tell you yet but you're going to love them!     I am definitely enjoying playing with them.

The card I'd like to share with you tonight features Imagination Craft's gorgeous little pixies, the 'Stargazing' die from the Celtic Collection.

Fold the ready creased white card down the centre, making a 7"x7" base card.   Put a piece of turquoise card, along with the 'daisy curls' stencil through an embossing machine and emboss.   Rub some 'inca gold' Alchemy Wax over the embossed surface.

Remove the stencil and cut this card in half.   Glue one half to the top left, approximately three quarters of an inch down from the top and the other, to the bottom right approximately three quarters of an inch up from the bottom.   Matt a piece of lavender card down the centre, over the turquoise card, four inches by  six and a half inches.

Take a piece of white card and colour with tumbled glass Distress Ink.   Lay the 'vine leaf' stencil on top and dab a darker blue Distress Ink through the design, using a piece of cut n' dry foam.   From this, die-cut the the stargazing die.   Colour the leaves and stems with the blue Starlight Paint and add a little of the Inca gold Alchemy Wax to them.   Glue this to the centre of the lavender card.

Paint six white candi with the blue Starlight Paint and when dry, glue three to the top right and three to the bottom left.

Cover a small round of white card with the 'Royal Purple' Sparkle Medium and leave to dry.   Paint the Art Cutz flower with the blue paint and rub a little of the Inca gold wax onto it.   Glue the Sparkle Mediumed round onto the back of the flower, so that the Sparkle Medium shows through the design on the flower.

Paint the Art Cutz leaf stem in the same way and glue to the bottom of the pixie die-cut.   Glue the flower on top of the leaf stem with sticky foam pads.

Lastly, paint a length of white ribbon with the blue Starlight paint and add small amounts of the Inca gold wax.   When dry, make a ribbon bow and glue to the top of the Stargazing die-cut.

That's all for now my friends.   Thank you for taking the time to visit and if you have left me a comment, thank you, I appreciate every one.

                                                                Love and rainbows,

                                                               Big Hugs   Jennifer xx. 


  1. Beautiful, I do love these pixies.
    Linda xxx

    1. Hi Linda, thanks a lot for visiting and leaving a comment. So pleased you like it.
      Hugs Jennifer xx