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Add More Sprinkles Card

 Hi everybody! It's Cassie from Creatively Cass back to share another card with you. I just got a huge package of goodies from Butterfly Reflections, and I was SO excited to get crafty with all the products. I used the Birthday Scoops to create the focal point of my card. Using the Distress Oxide Inks Kitsch Flamingo, Saltwater Taffy, Salvaged Patina and Cracked Pistachio I stamped the "happy birthday" sentiment in the middle of an A2 size card panel. To add some pattern to the card front I used watercolor shape from the Watercolor Wash Rectangle stencil and ink blended Over Coffee ink around the edges. I also stamped the little sprinkles around the ink blended portion of the card.


Next I started stamping out the cute little bird and fox from the Fox Costumes Before N After stamp set from Lawn Fawn. I love the versatility of this set. You could really do a lot with it. These little cuties were perfect for this sprinkles birthday card :) Both of these were fussy cut out and I added lots of cute little white gel pen accents. The next step was to put together the shaker. I created it using the Waffle Flower shaker card front. This made it SO easy to do a full card front shaker card. I simply attached the shaker front to the card, and added sequins inside! I love the shimmer this added.  

Finally, once the shaker was put together I added my little characters to the front and heat embossed my sentiment onto some ink blended cardstock. There is a cute, slim banner die in the coordinating die set for Birthday Scoops stamps that was perfect to add a sub sentiment to my card. And that completed my card for today! I hope you enjoyed it. Have you used the shaker card fronts?? I love them, and I can't wait to give them another go. I hope you all have a great day and I'll see you again soon with another card!






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