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Fresh-Cut Flowers Shaker

Hi Crafty Friends, Julianne here sharing a shaker card featuring the MFT Fresh-Cut Flowers Background stamp. In May I attended a MFT class where we water colored this stamp set and I really wanted to create a card with this image using Zig Clean Color Pens. 
Using my MISTI I stamped the floral image around the border of some watercolor card stock. Since I wanted to watercolor the images I white heat embossed them using White Detail Embossing Powder from Hero Arts. It is really hard to see the images when you do this, but it gives some beautiful results once you start adding color. When using these markers, I love using a variety of colors to make my own. 
Once I had water colored all the flowers and background I really wasn't happy with the middle section, I just couldn't get a nice flow of color because it was such a large area so I decided instead of wasting it I was going to cut out the center only leaving a border around the flowers. I really like the way it came out, but it was scary for sure. 
I adhered a piece of Hero Arts Acetate to the back with liquid adhesive, if you don't have the sheets you can also use left over packaging. I die cut the friend sentiment die four times from white card stock and layered them together with liquid adhesive for added dimension before adhering it. 
I went back and fourth as you can see deciding on which color for the background and finally decided on black. I think it really brings out the colors and makes my sentiment pop as well. I did a double layer of foam adhesive to the back of my card before adhering it to the black cardstock. Here is a list of sequins I used for the inside of the shaker, I used whatever I had on hand. (3mm Sparkling clear sequins4mm Sparkling clear sequins, Ivory Jewels)
Before adhering to my card base I added a sentiment inside the card as well as some additional sequins to the front. Thank you all so much for stopping by and checking out my card, I hope you like it. I can't wait to see what you create, Happy Crafting!

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