Shake, shake, shake, a see through shaker card

Hello again!
This is my second card for today and I had so much fun making it as I love shaker cards!
I used two images called Make-it-snappy – floral Mom’s day and Dollar Violet from the Bugaboo digi Stamps.
These images was two of the many I got with my gift card from winning on the January’s challenge!
So happy as I got so many images to play with!

It’s a “Thank you” card and that is what the sentiment says in Norwegian. I made this shaker card for a lady that gave me a box full of beads that she didn’t want anymore. So of course I thought about making her a shaker “thank you” card. I have now beads for a couple of years! How fun is that! Lots of shaker cards! lol
And this time I made a see through shaker card, it was so much fun to make it!

I printed my images on watercolor paper, colored them with my inktense pencils and when they were dry I used my white signo gel pen to make dots on the flowers.
I fussy cut around my images, adhered the bigger floral piece on the inside of the card behind the shaker window and drew some dots as a trail for the butterflies.
For the violet and my sentiment I used foam tape to adhere on the front underneath my window.
So you can see the flowers on the inside through the shaker window.
I also added some black dotted lines around the window on the outside and the inside of the card. These images from Bugaboo inspire me to make doodles! So fun!

So that is my second card for today! It was so much fun creating it! (I can’t stress it enough apparently! lol)
I hope you like it!
Thank you for visiting!
xoxo Olga

I would like to participate to the following challenges:
simon says stamp blog – wednesday challenge
catch the bug blog
beccys place
just keep on creating
craft your passion challenges
inspiration destination challenge blog
crafting by designs – february anything goes

16 replies to “Shake, shake, shake, a see through shaker card

  1. Wow, this is fabulous! I love the window shaker Olga, what a great idea. I also love the beautiful images you used and the way you coloured them… great choice of colours. Well done!


Thank you so much for your comment! It always makes me so happy when I read them! xoxo Olga

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