Sunday, 29 May 2016

Workshop Sunday...

Happy Sunday,

I'm still here in sunny Norwich at sew simple today we are doing a workshop of die cutting and Pixie Powders. I thought I would show a card I made just using the Belgian background and Peacock green and midnight blue oasis powders.  I love the simplicity of this card and the colours and shine you get from the Pixie Powders!

I have added a few pictures of this one as its so simple there isn't really need for instructions ( or am i being lazy as its getting late and I'm on hotel WiFi? lol

enjoy...

41 comments:

  1. Morning John, today's card is very pretty xx

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  2. Morning John, a beautiful card and love these two colours.
    Nancyd xx

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  3. What a fantastic card. So dramatic. I love it. Thanks John.
    D x

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  4. Hi John,
    Like you say doesn't need explaining. Really effective card.
    Anne M xxx

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  5. Oooh I like this one John, Thank you.
    Take care and have fun Kitty.

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  6. Hi John,
    Lovely card, clean lines and colours. Looks quite intracut through it's simplicity.
    Hotel wifi not always good. Enjoy your workshop in Norwich.
    Love and crafty hugs.
    Tina T xxxx

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  7. Morning John, how can anyone think you are lazy, never, you are on the go from morning to night especially creating all the wonderful samples and showing us new and old products.

    Lovely card, love the colours too.

    Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

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  8. I like this one,it's different ,love the colours

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  9. Hi John,
    No words are needed, this card is great I love the colours of the pixie powders.
    enjoy your workshop.
    Maggie

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  10. Oh WOW John this is stunning. Is it the pixie powder colours that throw the black out for that lovely dramatic look or the card that shows off the pixie colours, either way it's just stunning. Lucky lucky ladies that get the chance to make this today. As for how it's been put together, I can suss out the die part but as I've no pixie powders or watched any shows or YouTube vids on them i wouldnt know where to start to get that effect, so its me thats the lazy one John for not watching the Pixie Powder tutorials, youve enough to do ☺ congrats June on your Particraft win.
    Have an enjoyable workshop day John - Ahhh Haa xx

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  11. Very effective John - love the colours.
    Jan
    Northampton

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  12. Hi John
    A gorgeous card. It may be simple but very dramatic, the colours with the black work so well
    B xx

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  13. Good morning John this is a gorgeous card I love the design. Those Pixie Powders are amazing. Have a great day today I know the people at the workshop will. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  14. Stunning card, very dramatic. Looks just like a stained glass window, very "regal" in colour.

    Michele

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  15. Good Morning Johm I had a play with my pp yesterday and the colours are very dramatic love them, and your card is just stunning I love the way youve used them in the background with this die. hugs Shirleyxxxx

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  16. It may be simple but boy does it pack a punch It is lovely and against the black it (as Sue would say) "sings to me

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  17. Simple cards often look the best. This is lovely, John.

    Anne (Northampton)

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  18. Hi John, very impressive card today. Unfortunately I missed the shows on Hochanda showing Pixie Powders so a bit in the dark as to their use, but the few times is lovely. Have a great bank holiday weekend. Love Rosemarie x

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  19. This is a wowser John love it the dies are brill I've mot got the powders yet going to the Bolton craft fair so it won't be long before I get some lol thank you John xxxx
    Love June Horrocks xxxx

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  20. Hi John, loving this card. Very Deco look and loving the colour shades. Stunning in its simplicity.

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  21. Morning John,
    Great card.
    Lydia
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  22. Eh up John
    Gorgeous card and colours. Gives it more than a touch of Art Deco.
    Happy demoing!
    Ang x

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  23. Hi John
    Wow what a stunning card today, very vibrant and eye-catching.

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  24. Morning John

    Such a delightful card, love the pixie powders

    Smiles

    June

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  25. Love those pixie powders John.
    Love Valxxx

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  26. Wow John
    Like yesterday's card this card is so striking. Not to sure about the pixie powders though.

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  27. Morning John, I love the simplicity of this card. Very striking colour combination.
    Wendyx

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  28. Hi John, Wow just love these colours. Looks like it might be relatively easy to achieve,will let you know if this turns out to be the case. Barbara D xx

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  29. Super card John love from Jackie xx

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  30. Hi John,
    just one word: GORGEOUS.
    Hugs, Rose

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  31. Gorgeous card John. Must try similar.

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  32. What a clever use of the die - very dramatic colours - lovely.
    Sue Mac

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  33. Hi John. I have just bought this die, but I wouldn't have thought of doing this with it. What a very clever idea.

    Lisbeth

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  34. So dramatic and effective too! Love the dies.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  35. What a great card. So simple but made dramatic by the of colours.

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  36. Fantastic card john x the background die looks great x
    Theresa w x

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  37. great card so different from your usual ,Laura O

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  38. Hi John, wow love this card, the dramatic black is the perfect foil for the colours. great layout too. Bx

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  39. This is a striking card John, bold colours gorgeous X X X

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