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WOYWW!! Wednesday 18th February 2015

Hello everybody

I'm back for another look at my Work Desk Wednesday and I've been crafting with some of the lovely Polka Doodle images from the Octavia Moonfly collection - papers, sentiments and digi images coloured by myself using Graph It pens.

You may remember that I started colouring these a few weeks ago and have now decided what I'm going to make with them so I've now printed off some co-ordinating papers and some sentiments that I may or may not use.



And here are the finished cards:








They are so pretty and I think I'm now in love with Octavia well and truly.  She is so girly and exceptionally sweet.  What do you think?

These are the ingredients I've used for both cards:

  • 8x8 card base
  • Digi images called Octavia Moonfly Dragonfly Ride and Octavia Moonfly Unicorn (Found by clicking on the Thumb Linkies below)
  • Sentiments and Papers from the Octavia Moonfly collection
  • Ice Stickles 
  • Cosmic Twinkles
  • Pan Pastels in 620.5 Pthalo Green, 014 Black Coarse, 011 Pearl Medium
  • Pinflair Glue Gel
  • Hobbycraft mini paper roses in blue
  • Hessian Twine
  • Liquid Pearls in White Opal

Graph Its used to colour the digis:
Octavia Moonfly Unicorn
Unicorn: 7250, 7220, 7210, 7105, 8270, 8260, 8280, 7185
Clothing: 9508, 9504, 9501, 9500
Skin: 4115, 4145, 4170, 4155, 6150
Eyes: 8260
Lips: 5245
Hair: 3190, 3180, 3160, 3150, 3140
White Shake It Marker pen

Octavia Moonfly Dragonfly Ride
Clothes: 7115, 7125, 7105
Wings: 6110
Hair: 3140, 3150, 3160, 3180, 3190
Lips: 5230
Eyes: 7150
Dragonfly: 3230, 3245, 3250, 1270
White Shake It Marker pen

Hope you've enjoyed looking at my cards today and can't believe how productive I've been today.

Take care
Tanya xx





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