Pixie Dust Paperie February Challenge

For the Let's Scrap Around the World go  HERE
Our challenge at
Pixie Dust Paperie  for February is...

Create a project (card, layout, altered project, etc.) based
on this inspiration photo.

When Pixie-in-Chief Kirsty first gave us this assignment, I struggled
with it a little and then she sent me the February Kit.

Oh it is just filled with lovely papers and embellishments!  I decided to
make a frame.  There is a tutorial for a frame on my friend Dr. Sonia's blog http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com/ so
I decided to use 
her tutorial to help me make this frame.
  I really like how it turned out.
(if you click on the picture you can see it larger)
Everything I used to make this frame
is from the Pixie Dust Paperie February Kit.

The winner of the February 
Pixie Challenge will receive a $15 gift certificate to the
 Pixie Dust Paperie Shop! So come play along 
and  get your entry in before 2/29/2012.



  1. What a brilliant frame ... love all the embellies ... have a a nice day!

  2. Beautiful frame Chriss and love the flowers you added. I hope you are doing well:)

  3. Your frame is beautiful Chriss! The papers are cute and love the embellishments:) Nice job!
    Sherrie K

  4. WOW it has come out so elegant and beautiful and Thank You so much for linking to me-- sending you a big virtual hug!

  5. This is totally clever and so pretty too!!!

  6. Pretty work on a frame. Lovely colors and details. Fab!

    hairdressing equipment

  7. such a very lovely project, and a clever-- as well as beautiful-- take on the *FAIRY TALE* theme this month! ♥LOVE♥ it!!! :)

  8. Your frame is gorgeous! Love the flowers. :)


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