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Polkadoodles Launch Day - Xmas Soup - Robin Poinsettia Hanger


Hello folks

Here I go again with another sample from today's Polkadoodles' Create & Craft shows at 2pm and 7pm using the brand new CD Xmas Soup collection. 

For this make I used one of the undecorated MDF style hangers ready for decorating and just printed out oodles and oodles of embellies from the collection in different sizes and then a robin and the 25 sign and used glitter and perfect pearls spray over all the digis before I cut them out and assembled them layering them on top of one another on the shape and then finished off with some red checked ribbon and some white fluffy stuff puffed up with the use of a heat gun and then touches of glitter here and there because Christmas wouldn't be the same without glitter.

You can get your Festive Christmas CD collection right HERE










Hope you like my second make.



Take care
Tanya xxx


Comments

This is so cute!! Thank you for joining us at Cardz 4 Galz Tina - DT
Lou Sims said…
Look at all those layers but boy oh boy was it worth it as you have a wonderful plaque x x x
Aly Smedes said…
WOW LOTS OF LAYERS!

Beautiful!

Thanks for joining our challenge at Cardz 4 Galz

Aly DT C4G
Kellie 0:) said…
Great creation. TFS and joining us this week at Jo's for Funday Friday
Judith said…
What a great design - I love it, such a aobulous traditional looking project Thank you so much for playing along at Winter wonderland this week hugs Judith x
(AJ) ArtJypsy said…
Wonderful winter d├ęcor. Love it. Thanks for joining us this week at Jo's Scrap Shack. AJ DT JSS
mg bio said…
So beautiful! I love the layers and detail. Thank you for participating in Jo's Fun Friday Challenge.
:) Michelle
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