I was looking for some old sequins I have as I see they are getting popular again and came upon this beautiful peacock I've had for some time. It just called my name and I decided to go ahead and use it.
I love Bermuda Bay and it matched the colors of the peacock perfectly. I sponged the diecut, angled it, added a little sentiment, embossed the white and Bermuda bay card stock, added corner pieces and a border punch.
Don't know if I placed the feathers properly, but it looked free and flowing to me, so I went with it.
Thanks for taking a look!
Date: Monday, July 7, 2014 GMT Views: 2286
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Tue, Jul 08, 2014 @ 5:04 AM
Ooh, la, la...Pamzi, you are rollin' now with the cards. So happy to see you back. This peacock is a beauty. I love sequins and you used these in such an awesome way. Yes, Bermuda Bay is such a pretty color. Have a good day.
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Tue, Jul 08, 2014 @ 5:12 AM
Oh my goodness - this is beautifully done Pam!! I love how you've sponged and angled your backdrop die-cut - it really adds to the flowing feel of this beauty. And like you I love Bermuda Bay - I love all your Pamzi touches!! I bet it's even more amazing IRL :)!! Hugz!
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Sun, Jul 13, 2014 @ 6:19 AM
Sis - you are back! Yay! And you are back with a Vengeance! This card is amazing! It has to be the prettiest peacock card I have ever seen. Great embossing and layering and details! A zillion hugz to you!!!!!!!!!!
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