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Hello everyone!  Coralynn here with a shaker card for you today.

I am in love with the WPlus9 release and I have to say that the Sunshine layers dies have to be my all-time FAVOURITE!   I've been using it like crazy!

Now, let's get to the card.  I used the Sunshine Layers scalloped edge die to cut out the panel as well as a circle die to make the opening for the shaker.  I stamped the heart shaped talk bubble and the Hello sentiment from the Bubble Talk stamp set with Memento black ink on the back panel.

I used foam tape to close in the sequins and glued some of the sequins to the card base along with some white enamel dots just to add interest.  For the elephant, I coloured him in with my copics and I did some partial die cutting so that it would be all one layer.

 I stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment at the bottom corner from the Unforgettable stamp set in Memento black ink.  For the sweet little elephant, I coloured him in with my copics and I partially die cut him and the circle so that it would be all one layer.


Thanks for stopping by, see you again soon!

Coralynn :)


  1. This is adorable! Love that he's partially die cut and the sequins colors are awesome!

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