I hope you are having a good weekend.
It's dreary and rainy here today. A perfect day to stay inside and craft
or catch up a bit on blogging.
Last month I was playing with the Papertrey ink Year of Flowers violets.
You can see those cards here if you're interested or need a refresher.
This card came about because of an unwanted smudge on the flower piece.
I covered it with an aperture and because we're using acetate for CAS Mix Up
this month, I decided to make it into a shaker card.
I cut a matching aperture in a piece of fun foam and adhered it over the design piece.
The acetate was adhered behind the aperture cut in the front piece
that had been splattered and stamped with a sentiment.
I made sure to add adhesive close to the opening, added a few sequins and
micro beads, and very carefully adhered the pieces together.
(Those sequins are purple IRL not blue. Silly camera!)
Craft Stamper Magazine Take it Make It Anything goes.
The Flower Challenge #18 Anything goes.
CAS Mix Up using stamping, acetate, heat embossing, watercolor, die cuts and shaker
Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.
Stamps: Year of Flowers Collection (PTI), Happy Snippets (PB)
Ink: Encore Silver, Orchid Opulence (ret. SU), Distress Markers (Seedless Preserves, Tumbled Glass, Peeled Paint)
Paper: Neena, Orchid Opulence (ret. SU), Mixed Media
Other: Silver EP (SU), Double Stitched Circle Die (LI), Foam, Acetate, Microbeads, Sequins