Sunday, November 10, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving Shaker Card

Hello Crafty Friends - I am here with a fun Happy Thanksgiving shaker card.

Today, I am using the Doodles Paper Playground Sparkle Blend: Be-Leaf in Yourself,  

This festive seasonal blend is packed full of tiny little leaves and sequins in various textures, finishes 
and shades of orange, red, yellow & brown—making it perfect for all of your autumn projects.

This blend combines rich red and brown tones with just a touch of beautiful gold and green. 
It's full of glitter, metallic, iridescent & matte elements, including red crystals, gold microbeads
 and multi-hued no hole beads.


Autumn is basically time for pumpkin spice everything, 
so we knew we needed a shimmery blend of brown and 
orange sequins & beads with a sprinkling of Jack-o-Lantern Fimo slices
to give this trend a fresh new look.

This beautiful, high shine blend channels the clear blue waters of the Caribbean
 with teal, aqua and sky blue tones throughout. 
You’ll find tons of glitter, holo, iridescent and 
metallic elements over a base of matte blues. 

This is the card I created
Materials Used:
Pretty Pink Posh Stamps: Give Thanks
MFT Die
Maker's Movement Versa Dies
Tim Holtz Pattern Paper
Recollections Brand 110 lb Cardstock: White (card base)
Recollections Brand 65 lb Cardstock: Cream and Orange
Spectrum Noir Markers
Sakura Gelly Roll Pens: White and Black


Thank you for stopping by the blog today. I hope you found some inspiration!


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