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Twiggy & Toots

Hello everybody

Now it's pretty unusual for me to blog on a Thursday but after yesterday's WOYWW post I cracked on with making some uber-ly cute cards with the Twiggy and Toots design sheets I printed out.  I printed out some of the papers, sentiments and embellishments off the full download collection and set about making three cards:

Birthday Mail



Ingredients used:

  • Birthday Mail Design Sheet 
  • Papers from the Twiggy & Toots Full Collection
  • Sentiment from the Twiggy & Toots Full Collection
  • Pinflair Glue gel for the decoupage
  • Hunkydory 8x8 Elegant Square Card
  • Versa Magic Chalk Ink - Sahara Sand for the edging
  • Card Candi - Felicity
  • Papermania Skeleton Leaves
  • Cosmic Shimmer Cosmic Twinkles Glitter Glue
Umbrella Rainy Day



Ingredients used:

  • Twiggy & Toots Umbrella Rainy Day Design Sheet
  • Papers & Scene from Twiggy & Toots Full Collection
  • Sentiments and Embellies from Twiggy & Toots Full Collection
  • Versa Magic Chalk Ink - Sahara Sand
  • Pinflair Glue Gel for the decoupage
  • Liquid Pearls - Gold Pearl
  • Hunkydory 8x8 Elegant Square Card
Hats Off



Ingredients used:

  • Twiggy & Toots Hats Off Design Sheet 
  • Papers and sentiments and embellies from the Twiggy & Toots Full Collection
  • Easel card
  • Pinflair Glue Gel for the decoupage
  • Colorbox Chalk Ink pad in Warm Red
  • Paper Pen Magenta Liquid Pearls




So head on over to Polka Doodles where you can get all the Twiggy & Toots things.  The full collection is absolutely jam packed with lots of beautiful images in colour and black and white and papers to match and a whole host of embellies to go with the collection.  It should keep you busy for a while to come.

Take care
Tanya x 








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