I used this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9PNYrknPbM&feature=player_embedded for the general instructions.
I did all the image preparation in Photoshop Elements, using images from Stitchy (her Rainbow Magic silhouettes) and Panda Bear Designs (her rainbow papers, or at least, two of them). I've added some of the cookie cutter shapes from PSE, and some brushes which were a freebie from My Grafico (the birds). The banners were also PSE cookie cutter shapes.
The words come from a poem by John Bliven Morin called Faeries and Pixies and are copyright to him. If you want to read the whole thing, you can find it here: http://www.fairiesworld.com/poems/?p=1178.
I used circles around 210mm (A4 card width), and edged the printed quarter circles with peel offs. It's times like this I seriously consider getting myself one of those electronic cutters - to be able to get perfect circles that size would be wonderful!
My next project is going to be to see if I can come up with a standard template for this style of card - it seems to me to be the ideal candidate for a completely digital approach (well, apart from the cutting and assembly). I may fail completely, but I'm going to have a go.
I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Fairy Fun Friday where they want more than one fold,
Sew Many Cards where they want circles (I started with four, and that's just the base card!)
Crafty Purple Frog where they want 'Things of Beauty',
Crafting for All Seasons where anything goes,
Divas by Design where they want 'one for the girls',
Paper Shelter where anything goes,
A Spoonful of Sugar where they want 'things with wings',
Creative Card Crew where anything goes,
Stamps R Us where they want us to use something digital,
Allsorts where they want things with wings.