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POLKADOODLES NEW STUFF - DIES!!!


Hello everybody and happy Thursday to you.

Well last week I shared a card I'd made using two of the new die range from Polkadoodles and I'm back again to share another make with you that has taken me a few days to make and plenty of printing and cutting and sticking for me.  This time I've used the very aptly named 'Versatile door window flap' die which you can get HERE



This is my make and I've used a variety of different Polkadoodles collections to make it as listed here...

The wooden paper from the Winnie & Rocco Starfish and Sandcastles collection
Template for the Milk Carton from the Festive Hollybobs Collection Work & Play 5 Collection
The wallpaper for the inside of the milk carton from the Festive Christmas Collection
The background scene from the Festive Christmas Collection
The window and door red coloured tops and bottoms from the Festive Christmas Collection
Santa's clothes and snowman and tree from Twiggy & Toots Festive Fun collection
The robin from the Festive Christmas Collection.
Doors and windows cut from the die above

Other bits and pieces....red and white twine will be used to tie the top up,
Red and white twine for the washing line, Nuvo Glitter Drops in White Blizzard
Black Sharpie marker for the windows and white snowy effective acetate from Hunkydory
Red sharpie pen for colouring the doors and window frames

Click on the Thumb linkies below to be taken straight to the Polkadoodles webby for the items used...





I'd like to enter the following challenges:

Take care
Tanya xx


Comments

Scrappy Scatty said…
totally love this clever you xx
Anonymous said…
i have just bought this die and have not got a clue how to cut all those little windows out. is there a tutorial at all?
tanya miller said…
You need to cut the main door die out first and then position the smaller rectangular die over the top of where you would like to cut and tape it down with some low tack tape and cut again. Move the smaller die around as to where you'd like to cut ....use the examples on the packaging for ideas
Tamie said…
What a great scene you made on the bag. I have not thought of doing that. Awesome dies too. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing and wonderful talent with us at 4 Crafty Chicks Die Cuts Challenge.

Tamie DT
mypurplehouse said…
Great project - I love all of the paper choices and fun inside! Thanks for joining the challenge at Little Miss Muffet Stamps.
Lyn
Michelle said…
Great how you made this. Lovely all the details.
Thanks for playing with us at Inspiration Destination Good luck!! Michelle(DT)
Lisa said…
Great project, thanks for sharing with us at the Little Miss Muffet Stamps Challenge!
maureenjscott said…
Wow! I love this! Thanks for joining in our Anything Goes challenge at Crafting by Designs this month! mo x

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