Friday, July 29, 2016

Seaside Shore Shaker Birthday - Paper Craft Crew Challenge # 204

After supper I went into the garden to do some more pruning and deadheading, and decided to cut back my coreopsis which had grown really tall.  With this plant in full bloom, the weight of the flowers  were  causing the plant to bend over some of the other perennials blocking their light.  So, I trimmed it back, using the flower stems to make an arrangement for  my patio table.

Later in this post you will see a picture of this card in the flowers.

After making the double fold card featured in the previous post, I had some stamped and cut fish left over, so, for the sketch challenge with Paper Craft Crew Challenge I made a shaker card using these left over fish.  I never like to throw anything away.


  • I first created the front of the card, using Very Vanilla, and the Seaside Shore DSP (two patterns separated by a 1/4" strip of Calypso Coral cardstock).   Through this layer, an oval was die cut using the Layering Ovals Framelits.  This was used to create the ovals  shaker  element                                    
    This is the close up of the shaker.
Supplies Used:
Stamps: Seaside Shore, Thoughtful Banners
Inks: Calypso Coral, Denim Dan, Marina Mist, Mint Marone)
Papers: Denim Dan, Very Vanilla, Seaside Shore DSP, Calypso Coral
Accessories: Window Sheet, adhesive strips, shades of blue sequins (non SU) layering ovals framelits

As promised, a picture of the card among the flowers.

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