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Sticks & Bones - Polkadoodles New Collection - Part Two - Tall BiFold Card

Hello everybody


Hope you've had a good weekend and a good Sunday. 

 I've been relaxing with a bit of crafting and this is my second make of the day showcasing the fabulous new Polkadoodles collection called 

STICKS AND BONES


Click the Thumblinkies below for details of the collection which is available on CD and download and then little collections of papers and embellies and then black and white digis for you to colour and then as I've used, a selection of Design Sheets with lots of itty bitty things for you to use and make up collage like crafts or cards or anything you want to.  It really is a crafter's delight.

I've made a Tall Bifold card.  A full list of the ingredients I have used can be seen below







I've used these items:

Sticks and Stones collection
A4 sheet of 300gsm card for the base and printed two different types of paper from the collection on
All the elements from Design Sheet No. 2 found on the collection or can be individually purchased
Silicone Gel
Nutscene Natural Jute
Skeleton Leaves
Kraft Card
2 x Santoro Green Wooden Buttons
Dew Drop Versa Magic Ink in Jumbo Java


Take care
Tanya xx





Comments

Jackie Trinder said…
Hi your creations are gorgeous. Hugs Jackie
Lea Brawn said…
Fab creation. Loads of detailing x
Wow, such a gorgeous card, I love all the little details everywhere! So beautiful. Cheers, Holley
Sylvia Ames said…
Fabulous creation, love all the elements used from the Sticks and Stones Collection.

Sylv xx
sam said…
Wow such a fabulous creation the attention to detail is fantastic x
Wow, this is really amazing!! I just love it, such a cool fold - need to try it. Hugs!! Audrey

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