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Lili Bug Love (You're so Dotty) - Polkadoodles - Part One


It's Sunday and there's a verrry verrry pretty new girl on the block to showcase today.  She was released a couple of days ago by the lovely Nikky Hall from Polkadoodles.  She's called

and she is uber uber cute. 

She's not just for loved up valentine type cards, she's for every kind of girly occasion for the big girls and little girls in your life.

She's available as a full collection in CD and download versions and available as lots of itty bitty little collections and single black and white digis. 

There's something for all price pockets. 
The big collection is just £9.99 with over 200 digital elements of gorgeousness!!

Here is my first make that I'm going to share with you today:

It's a totally flat card with the only dimension created by glossy accents and glamour dust glitter on the ladybirds and the lovely little Lily Bug and a few faux pink pearls. 
All the other pretties on the card are from the collection and I've just resized them and jiggled them around on Do Crafts Designer until I was happy with the design.

Here's the ingredients I've used:

Lily Bug Love (click on the thumb linkies below)
8 x 8 card
Glamour Dust
Glossy Accents
Crystal stickers Pearls in light pink.

Thanks for looking
I'll be back in an hour or so with another make from this collection.

Take care
Tanya x


Jackie Trinder said…
Hi Tanya this is a super cute card the image is so pretty. Hugs Jackie
Sylvia Ames said…
Beautiful images and papers, fabulous card.

Sylv xx
Gwyneth said…
A really lovely card. Love how you've laid it out.

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