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Polkadoodles Launch Day - Xmas Soup Collection - Tea Light Card



Hello folk

My third share of the evening is this tea light card made using the papers from the collection together with embellies and oodles of glitter and ribbon too.  I've never made a tealight card before and got my template from the internet and then went ahead and embellished it with lots of stuff from the Xmas collection you can get right HERE




Hope you like my gift with a card. 

I'd like to enter the following challenges:

Take care
Tanya xxx



Comments

Lou Sims said…
I adore everything about your card particularly the muted colour tones x x x
Jackie Trinder said…
Hi this is stunning I love it. Take care. Hugs Jackie
KarinsArtScrap said…
gorgeous Tanya

gr karin
Aly Smedes said…
Wonderful creation!

Thanks for joining our challenge at Cardz 4 Galz!

Aly DT C4G
Deanne Saunders said…
Wow!!! Beautiful!!! Thanks so much for participating in our SASAYAKI GLITTER challenge!!! Can’t wait to see you participate again in our next challenge!! Have a great crafty day!!!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper
Very beautiful card! Thanks for playing with us at Crafting with an Attitude :) xx Mari
Cazro said…
Gorgeous, simply gorgeous. Good luck. Thanks for joining us at Cardz 4 Galz. Caz DT
Crafting Andy said…
This is amazing. Love it all. Thanks for joining us over at Cute Card Thursday. Hugz Andrea.

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