Thursday, October 1, 2009

Shaker Card



Hi. This is a shaker card I made. I used my oval nestabilities to cut the centre piece. I put the nestie and card almost all the way through the cuttlebug and then brought it back so it was not completely cut out.. I used a digi-image fro Mo's and coloured it with inktense pencils. The sentiment on the front is from Stamp-it. Unfortunately my glitter in the shaker has stuck to the acetate.. You can see the real deal and instructions Here. Loz

8 comments:

  1. Oh WOW, what a wonderful card, I like alot!!!Great Idea to use a Fairy - bummer about the glitter, I mean fairy dust. Glad you enjoyed the Midnight Madness Tutorial. Thank you!!!

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  2. What a lovely card!! Thanks for using the MM Tutorial for you card. We appreciate your support. I guess that is one of the problem with glitter, it like to cling!!

    Phyllis MM Design Team

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  3. Terrific job Loz! I think the fairy dust was very clever and the green flourish corners are eyecatching. Love all the details! Thank you for giving the tutorial a try! xox ~Jeni

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  4. WOW Loz, you did a great job using Carolyn's tutorial! I just love the way the card opens to reveal the little fairy! Those florish corners are wonderful and bauble on the inside matches them perfectly! Beautiful!
    Hugs,
    Charlotte

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  5. Loz, I love it! It is just gorgeous! Thank you for trying out my tutorial! I am sorry about your glitter. Does it happen to be a metallic glitter? I find that I can't use silver or any metallic type of glitter, because it does stick. Try it out before hand. Drop a little bit of it on your acetate and then dump it off and see if any of it sticks. Experiment a little bit with different kinds of shaker material before you use it, and then you will know what is good for your shakers. I am just thrilled to see what you made though, and I hope you will make some more.

    Did you have some fun making it? I hope so!

    You know that I will be back to see all of your creations.

    Hugs,
    Carolyn MMSC DT

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  6. How cool is this! Love how you did the shaker under the flap!

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  7. WOW!! what a stunning card..Really beautiful..
    Hugs, Linda

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  8. VERY COOL :) loving it!!
    Priscilla

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