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Octavia Moonfly Rose Garden Card

Hello everybody and welcome to the weekend

On Wednesday I started making a card featuring one of the wonderful digi images from Polka Doodles called Octavia Moonfly Rose Garden.

I've now finished making the card and here are some photos of the card I've made:

And whoops I realised I hadn't coloured her beautiful eyes just as my blog was about to go live so here are her coloured eyes....but I've not kept a record of the colour I used other than it is a very dark blue. 
And here are the ingredients I've used:

  • 8x8 card
  • Digi stamp, sentiments and papers from the Octavia Moonfly collection (click on the Thumb Linkies below)
  • Distress Ink - Tattered Rose
  • WOW Powders in Nice Ice Blue and Opaque Pastel Pink
  • Paper roses from my stash
  • Pink sewing thread (I used my sewing machine to sew the edges of the paper)
  • Green card for the die cutting
  • Poppy Stamps Die called Garden Bouquet
  • Ladybird wooden peg
  • Ultimate Graphic paper for the digi image
  • Digi image coloured with Graph It pens:

  • Skin - 4115, 4145, 4155, 4170, 6150
  • Dress - 3125, 4175, 4180
  • Wings - 7105
  • Leaves - 8250, 8260, 8270
  • Roses - 5230, 5250, 5270
  • Hair - 3140, 3150, 3180, 3190

Hope you like my make.  I'll be back tomorrow to show you another make.

Take care

Tanya x 


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