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Lily Bug Love (Snug as a Bug) - Polkadoodles - Part Two

Helllooooo there.
I'm  back again to show case the wonderfully cute Lily Bug Love collection  with my second make of the day.  This time I've done a little bit of decoupage.


I used Do Crafts Digital Designer for the base of the  8x8 card and merged everything from the collection including the papers and the sentiments and then printed out the Lily Bug Love Big Heart coloured digi a few times and decoupaged her and then added a bit of glossy accents on her wings and some glamour dust and then finished the card off with a couple of cute pinky buttons and a length of satin ribbon and a big crystal heart.







Click on the thumb linkies below for full details of the CD and download full collections.
Take care Tanya xxx






Lily Bug Love Download Collection Lily Bug Love CD Collection

Lili Bug Love (You're so Dotty) - Polkadoodles - Part One

Hellooooooo

It's Sunday and there's a verrry verrry pretty new girl on the block to showcase today.  She was released a couple of days ago by the lovely Nikky Hall from Polkadoodles.  She's called

LILY BUG LOVE
and she is uber uber cute. 
She's not just for loved up valentine type cards, she's for every kind of girly occasion for the big girls and little girls in your life.

She's available as a full collection in CD and download versions and available as lots of itty bitty little collections and single black and white digis. 
There's something for all price pockets.  The big collection is just £9.99 with over 200 digital elements of gorgeousness!!
Here is my first make that I'm going to share with you today:






It's a totally flat card with the only dimension created by glossy accents and glamour dust glitter on the ladybirds and the lovely little Lily Bug and a few faux pink pearls.  All the other pretties on the card are from the collection and…

Mum & Dad's Anniversary Card - Polkadoodles Colour Therapy Alphabet

Hello folks

Happy Saturday to you all.

Well last week for the Digi Choosday Stitching Challenge I created an embroidered picture as a gift for my mum and dad for their wedding anniversary and I decided at the same time I would make them a matching card using the same Colour Therapy alphabet.  All the thumb linkies below link to Polkadoodles and to all the Colour Therapy collections available from big kits available on CD and download to individual sets of three and individual alphabets and the ever so popular Colour Therapy Colouring Club.

This is the card I created.





I mixed the Colour Therapy Collection with papers from the Rose Budd Collection just to show you that it's easy to mix and match the collections.

Here's the ingredients I used:
Liquid Pearls - White Opal 8 x 8 card base Pink Card for matting and layering White lace Versa Magic Chalk Ink in Jumbo Java for the edges Cosmic Drawing Inks Wink of Stella in Clear Glitter Graph It Pens - 5115, 3280, 8280
Hope you like my make

It's Digi Choosday Day - Week 4 - In Bloom

Hello everybody             
It’s Digi Choosday day again. These Tuesdays definitely come round really fast!!
Hope you’re ready to enter another Digi Choosday Challenge.
This week our challenge is  ‘IN BLOOM’.
I love searching the internet for new things to make and also getting inspiration and as soon as I saw the craze for making teacup art I instantly knew that this week’s challenge would fit this project perfectly.  I had a teacup that had a wonderful soy candle in it and was wondering what I could make with the empty cup.  Here is a step by step picture tutorial of my make (with the exception of one ingredient which is magic and you'll have to scroll to the bottom of my blog post to find out what it is).  I resized and printed some of the flowers from the Eden Collection and put them to one side.  I gathered my ingredients...  cup and saucer, bird cage, toadstools and reindeer moss and then using the magic ingredient started to assemble my make.

I then added the flowers and…

Sticks & Bones - Polkadoodles New Collection - Part Two - Tall BiFold Card

Hello everybody


Hope you've had a good weekend and a good Sunday. 
 I've been relaxing with a bit of crafting and this is my second make of the day showcasing the fabulous new Polkadoodles collection called 
STICKS AND BONES

Click the Thumblinkies below for details of the collection which is available on CD and download and then little collections of papers and embellies and then black and white digis for you to colour and then as I've used, a selection of Design Sheets with lots of itty bitty things for you to use and make up collage like crafts or cards or anything you want to.  It really is a crafter's delight.
I've made a Tall Bifold card.  A full list of the ingredients I have used can be seen below






I've used these items:
Sticks and Stones collection A4 sheet of 300gsm card for the base and printed two different types of paper from the collection on All the elements from Design Sheet No. 2 found on the collection or can be individually purchased Silicone Gel Nut…

Sticks & Bones - Polkadoodles New Collection - Part One - Stepper Card

Hello everybody
Hope you've all had a good weekend and a good Sunday too and if you're a crafter that you've created something really good this weekend.
I'm here with my first sample to showcase to you made with the raaaawwwww 
STICKS AND BONES 
collection from Polkadoodles. This collection oozes dino appeal and fabulous for old and young alike.  You will not be stuck for ideas with this fabulous collection of coloured and black and white digis and papers to co-ordinate and lots of embellies and great dinos too.   Click on the Thumblinky below for the Digi Download Collection but the collection is also available on CD and various little itty bitty collections too of papers and alphabets and black and white digis.
So this is my first make with the collection.
A stepper card.
Full ingredients can be found below 
I've used the coloured digis and embellies for my make






List of Ingredients:
Sticks and Bones Collection A4 Card for the stepper card with printed paper from the…