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Eden Fairy Wings Card

Hello everybody and welcome to the weekend

I've had a really good time crafting this week, having finished a couple of big crochet orders and done some colouring too.  (see my WOYWW post earlier in the week for details)

Anyway, for those of you who follow my blog or are avid Polka Doodles fans you will have noticed there's a new girl in town !!!  She is uber pretty and so sweet.  She is called Eden.

There's a whole collection that you can buy on CD and download where you get the digis (black and white and coloured too) together with heaps of matching papers and lots of fun embellishments and lettering and sentiments.  You will be spoilt for choice if you buy this kit and be in crafting heaven for ages and ages.

Anyway, I've been colouring all the digis with my Graph It pens and have finished one of the digis and here she is.  She's called Eden Fairy Wings:

Follow the Thumb Linkies at the bottom for the collection and single digi available

These are the ingredients I have used:

  • Shaped 8x8 card
  • Eden Fairy Wings digi stamp
  • Magical sentiment and papers from the Eden collection
  • Ultimate Graphic card
  • Do Crafts Skeleton Leaves in pastel colours
  • Distress Ink - Tattered Rose
  • Butterfly die (free with crafting magazine)
  • Spellbinders 'Hearts A Flutter' die
  • Length of faux pearls
  • Pink fancy edged lace
  • Dove Craft 3d Pearl Effects in black
  • Liquid Pearls in White Opal

Coloured with Graph It pens as follows:

Skin - 4115, 4145, 4155, 4170, 6150
Eyes - 7260
Lips - 5210
Wings, Flowers & Butterflies - 5230, 7155, 7220, Blender pen and Mixit 
Hair - 3140, 3150, 3180, 3190

I'm now working on the other images and hope to be back on Monday with another card made from one of the images.  Decisions, decisions on which one to finish first, as they are all sooooo beautiful.

Thanks for looking.

Take care
Tanya x x


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