Field of Flowers – Shaker Cards

Hello everyone!! Brenda Here with you today on this last day of July!! How in the world is tomorrow August already? Oh my, how this year is flying by!!

I have two shaker cards to share with you today. The coordinating dies for these stamps make it almost effortless to create beautiful shaker cards!!

Poppy-Shaker-1

The first card I made uses the incredible Poppy Border Cling Background Stamp. It was stamped onto white cardstock with Caviar Ink (which is Copic safe) and then colored with…you guessed it…Copics. The panel was cut with the Poppy Border Coordinating Die and the Double Stitched Rectangle Die (Small). I also used the Coordinating Die to cut some black fun foam. The sentiment is from Large Peony 4 and was heat embossed in white onto a piece of black cardstock, cut slightly larger than the die cut panel. The shaker was assembled using Violet Sprinkle & Amethyst Quartz Couture Mixes. I added a few details with colored pencils, a white gel pen and some Morning Dew Nuvo Drops.

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Here is the second card…

Sunflower-Shaker-1

This card was created using the same steps as above. This time I used the Sunflower Border Cling Background Stamp and the Sunflower Border Coordinating Die. The sentiment is again from Large Peony 4. This time, I used Belle’s Dress Couture Mix for the shaker.

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I hope I have showed you how easy it is to make shaker cards with these fantastic products!! Thanks for stopping by today!!

Today is the last day to participate in the July Challenge!! Here is the beautiful mood board to use as inspiration…

Mood Board

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