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It's Digi Choosday Day - Week 46 - Anything Goes

Hello everybody             

It’s Digi Choosday day again. 

Hope you’re ready to enter another Digi Choosday Challenge.

Every week our challenge will be ‘ANYTHING GOES ’ but the design team will have their own challenge theme just to keep them on their toes, which this week it’s MORE THAN ONE LAYER.

And as usual if you click on the Thumb Linkies below you can be speedily taken over to the Doodle website for the collection details.

My make this week uses the brand new Winnie in Winterland collection which I've used Design Sheet Number 12 and one of the backing papers and just printed out the design sheet several times so I could decoupage the character and the trees.  I've used an 8x8 card base and Deco Art Glistening Snow Writer for the tree glitter and Dew Drop Versa Magic Ink in Jumbo Java for the edging of the backing paper and Liquid Pearls in White Opal for the snow drops and Pinflair Glue Gel to assemble my decoupage.  At the bottom of the card you will see that I've cut away a portion of the card and inserted some snowfall acetate from Hunkydory.

Here is my make for this week’s challenge:         

I’m always excited to see your challenge entries and not only can you win a fabulous prize if you are our random winner but there's badges to grab for your blog if you're in the design team top 3 as well.  Head on over to the blog as well to grab your discount code which is valid for 24 hours only. 

Why not join in our Facebook groups as well by clicking on the links below.

Just ask to join the groups to join in all the fun.
The Design Team pride themselves in having a friendly community group that you can pop into and share your Polkadoodles makes with us and ask us all manner of crafty problems.  There’s always one of the Design Team around to have a natter with and offer guidance and inspiration, so don’t be shy….head on over there right now!!!    

These are the challenges I’m entering this week: 

CRAFT YOUR PASSION – Challenge 338: Always Anything Goes
– Challenge 389: Winter
– Challenge 31: Anything Goes
– Challenge 40: Anything Goes
– Challenge 28: Anything Goes
– Challenge 106: Anything Goes
– Challenge 4: November Anything Goes

Take care
Tanya xxx


Jane Savage said…
Wow, so much detail and interest, Tanya! Scrumptious! xxx
Moni said…
Tanya love all the dimension you gave to this card. So beautiful!!!
Dewi Lestari said…
Stunning! Thanks for joining at Lemon Shortbread: Anything Goes
Marjeta said…
Beautiful project. Thanks for sharing with us at Creative Moment Challenge.

Jackie Trinder said…
Hi Tanya this is a stunning card I love it. Take care. Hugs Jackie
Linda Simpson said…
This is fabulous Tanya, love the layers and gorgeous colours.
Linda xxx
Beautiful card. Loved your colouring and all your different elements on the card. Thanks for sharing at Craft Your Passion and hope to see you again. Good luck.
- Khushboo Gandhi, DT
Julie Reed said…
Gorgeous, fab layering x
Lovely card! Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion Challenges!Good luck and hope to see you again. Valentina DT
Jane Proffitt said…
Simply beautiful! Love all the details and collections you used. ❤️. Jane P.
Irena Stefanova said…
Beautiful card and great design.
Thanks for sharing at LTCCB
Lori said…
Such a pretty card, girl! Love all the layers and details xoxoxo

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