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Sunshine Shaker

Hi friends!  It's Friday again, and that means it's time for another Viva la Verve sketch.  This week's hostess is Stacey and she has a sweet and fun sketch for us this week.

I adapted the sketch to fit my papers, since I loved the fringe of flowers around the edges of this My Mind's Eye paper.  Made another sequin shaker because the boys like to shake them so much!  {grin}

The sentiment is from Doodled Occasions and I stamped it and then highlighted the sunshine portion with a Copic marker.  The shaker is made using the Rounded Scallop Frame Die and the Rounded Rectangle Die, then filling with sequins from the Pastel Sequin Mix.  I accented with some liquid pearls and layered a couple banners from the Banner Bundle Die Set behind the shaker.  Finished off with some twine and distressed edges.

Short and sweet today.  I hope you have a fabulous weekend!

Viva la Verve FEB Week 3
Enabler's List
Stamps:  Doodled Occasions  (Verve)
Paper: Dolled Up (MME), so saffron (SU!), cream (Neenah), acetate
Ink: black, copic marker
Accessories:  Rounded Scallop Frame Die, Rounded Rectangle Die, Banner Bundle Die Set (A Cut Above by VERVE), Pastel Sequin Mix (Verve), liquid pearls (Ranger), divine twine, paper distresser


Mandy LaCroix said...

This is so pretty! Love it!

D- said...

Julee your shaker card is beautiful. I Love that sentiment (from one of my favorite sets). Your card made me smile. Thanks for brightening my day.
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JoAnn said...

Beautiful card. Love the colors and the shaker element. TFS

Marisa said...

Adore the wood panel bg paper and darling shaker :)

Scrumplescrunch said...

Hello Julee,
This is gorgeous, it has such an earthy appeal.

Jennipher said...

Very pretty Julee! You know those flowers on the paper could easily pass for Verve flowers and I thought they were stamped from Great Friend stamp set until I popped over here and read your post! I can see why you love them so much.

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

What a great card, Julee! Love how you use sketch and paper/stamp combination is beautiful!