Polaroid Piggies.

June 01, 2017 0 Comments

Hi,

Its Hazel here from Didos Designs. Im Delighted to be back as a Guest Designer again with Gerda and Macy.  

I was so excited to get to play with the Super Cute 4 x 6 Acrylic Stamp Set Pool Piggies.

For my card I thought they would look great with some piggie holiday selfies. So I found Polaroid frame png image and reduced to to fit the super cute dinky stamps. 

I have used distress inks for the sky background on the pics and coloured my piggies up with promarkers. I found some summer papers in my stash and thought htey would work brilliantly.

Finished it off with the sentiment stamp which comes in the collection too. 

I hope you like my creation. You can get the Pool Piggies Die Set in store too. 

Thanks for dropping by today,.

Hazel.




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