Faux Shaker Card for a Shaker Card Challenge – CYCI #138

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CYCI #138 Hi everyone and welcome to a new CYCI challenge πŸ™‚
This week it’s all about shaker cards, or when you just don’t want to deal with all the shakers, a faux shaker card.

For this shaker card challenge, I decided to go with the fake version. I started by cutting the hill pieces with the new Lawn Fawn dies. For the hill and the tree parts I used the also new Lawn Fawn fall paper. I adhered everything together and ran it through my big shot using a scalloped frame die.

I stamped the fox, the leaves and the squirrel, colored them with Copics and ran them through my Scan’n’Cut. For the frame I decided to go with the frame die from Lawn Fawn. I added foam tape to the back and adhered it onto the background. Now I adhered the leaves and the little critters to the card. Finally, I placed the sequins (from Kat Scrappiness) all over the card. It only needed some more glitter, so I added Spectrum Sparkle to some leaves.

Tadaa, a shaker card without the mess πŸ˜›

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I hope you enjoyed my little card for this week’s CYCI challenge. I would love to see you over there πŸ™‚

10 Comments:

  1. Great scene, lovely card Holylise.

  2. Your card is so cute Josefine! The scene is the perfect setting for your shaker elements and I love the sparkle!!! Char

  3. So sweet, Josefine! Love all the details and beautiful coloring! ~ Crystal

  4. I LOVE everything about this card! The faux shaker is brilliant! Your coloring and the added sparkle are spot on! Great Job! Jeanne

  5. Josefine, WOW! Totally adorable. I love the scene and really cute squirrels! Great details.

  6. Now how cute are those little squirrels! Awesome card, Josefine! ~Amber

  7. super cute card, love the faux look! πŸ™‚

  8. Love your squirrel! and those fall colors you used! ~ Wynne

  9. Absolutely adorable. I love it. Great card.

  10. Ladies, you are the best! I will miss our challenges…

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