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Woohoo for the weekend!!!

Playing along today at a couple of challenges including My Favorite Things with their sketch challenge:

 
Ok, now give it a turn to the left.. yes, that's better!

I have always loved shaker cards (I guess that's the kid in me). So happy they have come back into popularity in the card making world.



Challenges Entered:
My Favorite Things - Sketch 210
Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday:  Something I love (Shaker Cards)
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge:  Something New (Martha Stewart Stars Glitter)


Let's go Shopping:
My Favorite Things:  Feathers and Arrows die, Notched Tag stamp & die set
Basic Grey:  True Love 6 x 6 pad
Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko:  Versafine onyx Black ink
Michaels:  Black, Teal & Coral card stocks
May Arts:  Black twine
Martha Stewart:  Glitter Stars & Hearts, Black Microbeads

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Please WELCOME :

Beth Holt
Bobby (click to visit her)

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5 comments

Bobby said...

This is such a unique shaker card, Penny. I love that you used a feather for it. Thanks for the welcome.

Taunya Butler said...

ABSOLUTELY STUNNING AND SO WELL DONE!!! You make shaker cards look effortless but I know they are tricky cuz I have a hard time with them!! Love the colors of this cool, chic and ultra stylish card!!! So very impressed - awesomely done!!!

donna mikasa said...

Such a cool shaker card!

Jingle said...

This is very fun! such a great shaker idea! Thanks so much for playing along with the Something New Challenge on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!

Susan R. Opel said...

What an inspired take on the sketch, Penny! Thanks for playing along. :)

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