Neon Piggies.

June 17, 2017

 Hi Everyone,

Its Hazel from Didos Designs here with some super cute Pool Piggies today. 

I felt that they needed a real summer feel so used lots of neon card for this square pop up box creation. (Especially since its done nothing but rain here in Scotland the last week!!!) 
Here are the piggies at different angles. 

You can get the dies for the piggies as well to save you the time for fussy cutting. They are here. 

I have coloured my piggies with promarkers and have used a variety of die cuts for the summer beach feel.

Thanks for dropping by today,

Hazel.



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