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New Polkadoodles Collection - Winnie & Rocco - Starfish and Sandcastles - Design Sheet Make (Shadow Box)

Hellloooo everybody

Well I'm back again today to share another make for Polkdadoodles that I've been crafting on for the past week in my craft room with the brand new collection called Winnie & Rocco Starfish and Sandcastles!!! 

Yes, she's back and she's bagged herself a gorgeous boyfriend with the most adorable face and the cutest quiff ever!!!!  Who could resist such a handsome dude. So join me and the other DT members on our summery travels as we explore their journey together. The phenomenal VIP XXL collection is the best value bundle ever to grace the Doodles website and there's smaller collections to. Grab yours here

For this make I've used one of the Design Sheets that's available on the VIP XXL collection and also in a collection together HERE

I've made a shadow box using elements from Design Sheet Number 2.  The shadow box was bought from The Works a few weeks ago and with the addition of some shells and a big star fish and a heap of other stuff (including some flip flop buttons and a teeny tiny ice cream button) my make is complete.  And I've still got some elements left from the Design Sheet as well, because there's a ton of stuff on them!!!







Hope you like my make.

I'd like to enter the following challenges:



Take care
Tanya xx

Comments

Patti Krauss said…
Hi Tanya: Love the shadow box. Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion Challenges! - Patti (CYP DT)
Hi Tanya, fabulous shadow box, love the scene and the added embellishment are fab. Thank you for joining us at Ooh La La, good luck in the draw and we would love to see you again soon. Jennifer DT member x
Janice said…
Love it, what an interesting little picture, love the depth, the textures and the design. Very sweet indeed. Thanks for playing at OLL, jx
So sweet card! Thank you for joining us at Craft you passion challenges this week. Hugs, Valentina DT
Vixykins said…
Wowzers so much detail! Awesome creation x
Thank You for joining in at Crafts & Me challenge. Please check back for our new challenge and winners x

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