It's A Mice Day to Celebrate Shaker Card

Posted by Leeds Craftroom on

Hello friends! Welcome! It's Leeds here today sharing a fun shaker card featuring My Favorite Things Mice Day to Celebrate stamp set. I adore these cute mice, they are just so adorable.

To start, I cut a white card stock using Lawn Fawn Foursquare Backdrop Portrait and ink blended Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry and Spun Sugar. I also die cut a piece of foam sheet using the same Lawn Fawn die. I heat-embossed the sentiment to my front panel using black embossing powder.

I cut a 4.25 x 5.5 inches panel and ink blended Distress Oxide Evergreen Bough and Twisted Citron. I splattered it using white watercolor paint and Distress Oxide Peeled Paint. Next, I adhered a piece of acetate to the front panel, filled it with shaker element and then adhered the foam sheet and the back panel using Scrappy Tape.

I stamped the images using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad and colored them using Copic Markers. I also added some highlights using white gel pen. Finally, I adhered the images to my front panel using Scrappy Tape.

Thank you so much for stopping by today! Have a wonderful day!

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Product Used:

My Favorite Things Mice Day to Celebrate SKU: BB-120

Lawn Fawn Foursquare Backdrop Portrait SKU: LF2065

Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry SKU:TDO-56126

Distress Oxide Spun Sugar SKU:TDO-56232

Distress Oxide Evergreen Bough SKU:TDO-55938

Distress Oxide Twisted Citron SKU:TDO-56294

Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad SKU: ME-000-900

Scrappy Tape SKU: ST-18 

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