Halloween and shaker cards go hand in hand in my opinion. Glittery sequins bouncing around in the background do have a candy quality. For my project today, I will be using a new to me product that makes your shaker windows a little more interesting—and easier to make.
Ahhhh, ‘45s and albums, remember those? An Eighties gal through and through, I had to try out this great stamp set from Avery Elle called For the Record and put my own “spin” on it. How fun is that huge record?
Fun times with no more work calls for a celebration! For today’s project I have a card that I think would be great for someone who is heading to retirement–It would also work well for any type of happy occasion though. I’m using some fun drink shaped dies from Cutter Bee called Drinks.
One clean and simple card technique I really enjoy is the look of tone on tone white. When you have a die cut with some intricate designs, it looks very elegant with just a few small color additions.
Bright flowers and a cheerful note are always nice to receive when you’re feeling under the weather. Today’s project includes sunny colors and a fun way to create a “container” for your flowers.
Shimmery pigment ink is such a pretty addition to floral cards. For today’s project I used Delicata’s Sapphire Blue ink to add pretty floral shadowed accents to a thank you card.