Hi! It is time for our new challenge at Make the Card Challenges! This one is great (they all are right?! )
This week we are going for a simple technique…
Oh this has so many possibilities! For me, I had this embossing folder/die set that I hadn’t used in awhile and so I wanted to focus on that and made a shaker card. The sentiment is from Ink Road Stamps and is a quote from one of my favorite movies of all time – Pride and Prejudice!
I love the red/white/black combo so I added some pink/white/red sequins in my shaker and some glitter red hearts to give it a bit of pop.
I hope you like it and don’t forget to play along with us at MTCC . The DT has some awesome projects for you to check out and inspire you and you’ll find the link to play along!
Just a fun card today…I am in a swap on a FB group called Canadians Crafting with Paper. Our theme is BEACH.
So, here’s the card I created for my partner. I did a little bit of mixed media for the background using some of the Tim Holtz distress inks. I then cut a circle out with my sizzix die and added some sequins, pearls and glitter to create a shaker. I put a little bit of the turquoise cardstock behind the shakers so it blended a bit better. I colored my image from CC Designs (DUDE – I actually cracked this one open for the first time although I think I’ve had it for at least 2 or 3 years in my stash!) with my copics and stamped the sentiment from Hello Bluebird. A few enamel dots from Michael’s and voila! I’m really pleased with how it turned out and I hope my partner likes it!
Here is my fun halloween card using some pre-colored images from Sparkle & Sprinkle. I decided to make a shaker card this time, since I had just bought some fun Halloween bits for the inside and it had been awhile since I had made one!
I fussy cut the witch and one of the bats and added it to the front of the shaker card. The DP is just from my stash and I added a few dots with my Viva Pen. The shaker mix I just bought at the dollar store and added a few purple sequins.
I hope you will stop by the blog and check out all the great projects the DT has created for you, and link up your own project this week. As always our challenge is anything goes, so show us what you are working on this week!