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Hello everyone!
This is Tanya from Studio 5380 with my first post as part of the Butterfly Reflections Ink Design Team.  I've very excited to a part of this talented Design Team and would like to thank Vanessa for the opportunity to work with her and these amazing designers.

So, let me share with you this sweet shaker card I created for today's post:


These adorable images are from the Lawn Fawn "Sewn With Love" stamp set.  I colored my images with Copic markers and cut them out with the coordinating dies.  I also randomly stamped that sweet little button onto a panel made of white card stock.  I colored the buttons and background with Copic markers.  After coloring all my images, I gave them a bit of sparkle using a clear Wink of Stella Brush Tip Marker.


 To create the layers of my card I started with a black card base.  The next layer was created with the Lawn Fawn "Scalloped Rectangle Stackables" Lawn Cuts.  I love the pretty scalloped edge this die adds to my cards.  I also used this die to create the scalloped black trim along the bottom of my card.  My shaker window was created with the Lawn Fawn "Small Stitched Circle Stackables" Lawn Cuts and I framed the window with a white circle created with the "Die-namics Stitched Circle Frames" by My Favorite Things. 

On the back of my window panel I added a piece of clear acetate then used Scotch Foam Mounting Tape around the edges of the window to hold all my fun shaker elements in place.  I filled the window with a few stamped buttons and some pretty "Sparkling Clear" Sequins Mix by Pretty Pink Posh and assembled my card.


As a finishing touch, I always like to dress up the inside of my card as well.

And, that about wraps things up for me today.
Thank you so much for stopping by, I enjoyed sharing my card with you!  Have a wonderful day and I'll be seeing you soon.

Comments

  1. Congrats again Tanya for making the team! I look forward to seeing all of your amazing creations! This is a fantastic shaker! LOVE the way you created the button background... Have a fabulous day! :)

    Theresa
    Theresa’s Crafty Creations

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  2. Love your cute shaker! Happy to work with you Kelly!

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  3. Congrats Tanya! This is adorable!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M

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  4. Such a cute shaker card. I really like that you decorated the inside of the card as well.

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