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Shaker cards using Lawn Fawn and Mama Elephant supplies

Hi everyone

Alexandra here sharing more winter/ Christmas projects with you . As you may know by now winter is my all time favourite season , if it was on me I could start decorating now for winter season :)) but what I love and I collect are snow globes . I already have a tiny collection and every year I am adding one more :)
So the project for today is featuring snow globes using Lawn Fawn Ready, set , snow shaker add on die

And to start I die cut several times the cardstock using the Lawn Fawn die and then started inking the background of it making sure to mask the bottom part where it suppose to be the snow .For the ink blending I am using Distress inks and the colors are Chipped Saphire and Salty ocean.

Next I started working on the shaker part so I die cut several acetate pieces to fit the shaker window and then using a strong tape I and adding the acetate. Adding the foam tape which is double up so my shaker material can move without problem inside and then adding a bunch of sequins that I had on my stash .

Now before adding the foam tape make sure you stamp the sentiment first , cause other wise can be a bit tricky , I used the sentiments from Holiday Helpers stamp set and Winter Village stamp set  

Last part was to color a bunch of critters and to add them to my shakers aka snow globes  :) and I am using Winter otter stamp set and Mama Elephant Cool penguins stamp set . My images are colored using Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers !

Thank you so much for stopping by today, I hope you enjoyed this shaker cards that I made and until next time I hope you have a great day!


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