CD Sunday challenge this week "Inspired by Peacocks". So I thought what better than Peacock Summer Party CD by Glenda Waterworth of Chocolate Baroque, who are this week sponsoring the challenge. I am very neglectful of my CD collection as I tend to just reach for stamps and ink when I am crafting, so I welcomed the opportunity to make use of these lovely CDs. I printed the bp on 160 gsm text and graphics and the peacocks on satin finish photo paper. I cut one peacock our using an oval nestie and then cut around the other so I could decoupage it over the oval. The oval has been inked around the edges using broken china DI as has my A5 base card. I have used glitter glue on the "eyes" in the peacock feathers. The border has been cut using an EK Success punch, then spotty ribbon from my stash added. The two curly corners have been cut using a die I have had for ages, and once in a while I remember it again and it gets another airing. So that's it! A short post as it really was quite quick and easy to put together.
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