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Mama Elephant best of luck shaker with Leontine

Hello again! For today’s card I went through all of my stamps and picked a set I only used once before. That set is Lil Toy Machine from Mama Elephant. I searched for a background that matches the little toy balls and I loved the Circular Grid. After combining these sets the card pretty much created itself. I also added one bunny from Little Bunny Agenda stamps


I cut two cardstock panels of 5,5” by 4 ¼” and cut one of them with the Circular Grid. I combined Shaded Lilac with Cracked Pistachio on both panels to create a soft, but colorful background. To make it a little more interesting I added drops of Liquid Stardust mixed with water and I splattered drops of Shaded Lilac and Cracked Pistachio mixed with water.


While that was drying I stamped images from Lil Toy Machine and Little Bunny Agenda stamps on some copic friendly paper with Jet Black ink, cut them out with the coordinating dies and colored them with my Copic Sketch Markers. The colors I used are: G02, G05, R20, R22, R24, YR12, YR15, RV23, RV25, V12, V15, BG0000, BG000, BG11, BG13, BG23, BV000, BV02, B00, B02, Y00, Y02, 0, C1, N3, N5, N7, E23, E25, E27, E51, E53, E55.
By the way, I stamped the sentiment onto the inside piece of the toy machine before I cut out the machine.

I cut a piece of acetate to fit behind the circular grid and attached it with liquid glue. Then I added foam strips around all of the circles. I filled them with toy balls and those adorable little animals. Next I added some iridescent stars in every circle to add some shimmery fun and closed the shaker with the colored background.

I wanted to add a little height to the toy machine, so I cut the toy machine out of some white cardstock twice and I also cut around it once, so I’d have a background to glue the sentiment on. I adhered all of those pieces together and added it to the front panel. I used a little foam strip to lift the agenda bunny up from the background. I added the shaker panel to a card base with some liquid glue.

Last but not least I added some Diamond Stickles to the stars, lucky clover and coin slot. And that’s it! I hope you like the card. Have a lovely week!

Hugs,
Leontine

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