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Mood Board Inspired Valentine Shaker Cards with Farhana

 Happy Friday y'all! Haven't made your valentines cards yet? Well guess what? These cards take mins to make and NO coloring involved! So there's still time to make something to share on Sunday! I used the February Mood Board! I had so much fun creating with them last week, I decided to play with them again! 


I've really been enjoying creating ink blended backgrounds, so I pulled out some distress oxides to match the mood board.


I started by creating 2 ombre background using the Love Background Stencil using Spun Sugar and Picked Raspberry for the pink ombre and Pumice Stone and Weathered Wood for the gray. To add some texture, I dry embossed the stencil before removing it, unfortunately its hard to see in the picture.


I turned the pink background into a shaker card but adding the Love Shaker Die cut from grey cardstock, backed with some acetate and filled with Midnight Black Jewels


For the second card, using the gray background, I used the same Love Shaker Die, this time cut with back cardstock and I filled it with Flamingo Pink Jewels and Pink Blush Jewels

That's it! It take minutes to make but looks amazing! I love shaker cards and they really aren't that hard to make! 

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Be sure to tag us at #BRImoodboardchallenge on instagram so we can see your projects and for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Butterfly Reflections Ink!  


Happy crafting!

Farhana


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