~Scrap Factory Doll Builder program
~Scrap Factory Sisters Expansion pack
~3M Overhead projector Sheets
~DCWV Texture Stack & White Ginger Stack
~Studio Calico Here & There Savannah Sheet
~Stamps for inside of circle
Inkadinkadoo Floral Butterfly #98874
Inkadinkadoo Flowers, Vines & Insects #98973
~Sure Cuts A Lot V4
~Silver Bullet Professional 24" Cutter
~And a gob of beads, sequins and shiny stuff
First off was to create my circles the back is Georgia Pacific card stock and the front I cut out of 3M overhead projector sheet. I will show you the next steps using pics.
|I stamped the images using Stazon so that the|
Spectrum Noir Alcohol markers wouldn't smear the ink.
|As you can see the Stazon smeared. |
I used my Spectrum Noir Markers to color the flowers. Then
stamped the saying and embossed
|This is 1" wide double sided sticky pop up tape. I used a|
sewing trick to go around the circle smoothly. Clip the tape
and it will lay down flat around the circle.
|Here is how it looked before the overhead projector|
sheet was put on. I filled the circle with sequins and beads.
Then took off the paper and applied the clear sheet enclosing
|Trimmed around the circle and added a blue border.|
|Here is the little gal created in Scrap Factory.|
|I think she looks great with the shaker element.|
|The front of the card|
|Close up of the shaker|
|Inside of card for Tina|
|The back of the card|
For my first shaker card, it turned out pretty darned good. Will I make more, maybe. But not for a while. Next week I have a box that I transformed to hold a card. It's a commissioned piece and I stretched my creative muscles.
Bright blessings for the upcoming week! Jana