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Hydrangea shaker card

Hello everybody! It's Donna here and I'm just back from a lovely holiday on the other side of Australia visiting extended family. (As a bonus we had lovely sunny weather, so we got to be outdoors a lot!)
Before I left, I had a lot of fun with the current Tic Tac Toe challenge. (Random fact: we call this game noughts and crosses here in Australia) 
Here is what I created. I used the Beautiful Blooms - Hydrangea stamp set.

I went diagonally down the board, and used Die Cuts, Embossing and Flowers. Also as a bonus there is some sequin action too!

I used Copics to colour the lovely Hydrangea image and then cut it out right on the black outline. I used a black pen around the edges of the image to hide the white core of the card. I then used a die to cut out the window panel from both white cardstock and fun foam. I added a layer of clear plastic at the front and added sequins to each window. The sequins I used are "Dress blues". Aren't they fabulous? I have also put a few extra pieces of fun foam behind the hydrangea image, so the sequins didn't go hiding behind it!

Finally, I heat embossed my sentiment from Just a Rose in Silver to match the lovely silver sequins in the mix, and popped it up with foam tape. Here's a close up look at the construction of the card.

Well that's all from me today.

Until next time, may your days be full of sparkle!



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