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WOYWW!!! Wednesday 1st April 2015


Hello crafters

Well, I don't know where today has gone and what the weather is like for you, but it's really blustery in my neck of the woods and just the day to sit inside and keep warm and toastie and do a bit of crafting.  This is what I've got on my desk today...

This little cutie digi is a new one in the Polka Doodles shop and is called Foraging.  She's available on the new Work & Play 10 Country Life collection.  I started colouring her at the weekend and I'm going to finish her off today.  I will be using my Graph It pens on Ultimate Graphic paper, which is really the best paper for use with these pens.

This little cutie is new in the shop too and is called Dog Walking.  Again, she's available on the Work & Play 10 Country Life collection.  Wonder what colour I should do the dog?  I'm really not sure what colour to do the girl's hair either, but I think brown and green outfit.  Very country!!

I've printed off some paper and some of the sentiments which are like little tags too.  Not sure what kind of shaped card to make yet.

And I've also started colouring this digi image too which is available on the Work & Play Music Collection.  I've printed off some great pink shades of paper too and some embellishments ready to make a music themed card.  I'm thinking of pink hair for this one.  What do you think?


Anyway, if you would like to buy these digis they are available through Polka Doodles or if you click on the little thumb linkies below you will be transported like magic through the website.

Take care

Bye for now
Tanya xx


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