Monday, October 3, 2016

1 Die 8 Looks: Part 5 - Shaker Card with Flower Silhouette

Hi there,

this is the next part of my series over at the Karten-Kunst Blog. Part 5 is all about creating a shaker card:

  • cut out a circle from a stitched panel of white cardstock using one of the Avery Elle Double Pierced Circle dies
  • create a frame from watercolor paper using two of the dies from the same set
  • cut out the Memory Box Sketch Daisy from watercolor paper as well
  • color the frame and the daisy with watered-down Distress Inks (Peacock Feathers, Evergreen Bough, Cracked Pistachio) and add some splatters to the white panel
  • adhere a piece of acetate behind the circle cutout and create a shaker element using two-layers of foam tape
  • fill the shaker element with Little Things from Lucy's Cards Sequins (Phosphorescence)
  • add the sentiment from the Ideaology Big Chat sticker set and ink up its edges with Distress Ink (Peacock Feathers) and the Mini Ink Blending Tool

Here are the links to the other parts:

Part 1 - Black Silhouette against Alcohol Ink Background
Part 2 - Flower against Watercolor Background
Part 3 - Vellum Cutout
Part 4 - Embossing with the Die


Just us Girls Challenge #363 - Leaves


CAS-ual Fridays Challenge #157 - Shaker Cards


Addicted to CAS Challenge #98 - Watercolour


Memory Box Challenge #17 - Sequins

A Bit More Time to Craft Challenge #29 - Anything goes

Creative Craft Cottage Challenge #72 - Anything goes


I hope that you like my creation.

Yours,



7 comments:

  1. nice work!! Thanks for joining us at Creative Craft Cottage. Good luck.
    Bye,
    Groetjes van Ine (DT)
    http://creaine-cards.blogspot.nl/

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  2. Love how the watercolor gives the shaker card a softer feel, Tanja.

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  3. What a fun and pretty shaker! I love the leaves. Thanks for playing along with us at Just Us Girls!

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  4. beautiful! Thanks for playing along at CAS-ual Fridays

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  5. I love all the variations you have created with one die.

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  6. Great card - what a clever idea.

    Thanks for joining us at Creatove Card Cottage.

    Helen x

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  7. Love all the variations- thanks for sharing them. The watercolored circle on your first card is a perfect way to showcase a shaker card. So glad you joined us at AtCAS this week
    Jaydee

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