By | April 4, 2015

It’s been a busy week at work and now its a busy Saturday. I’ve been making desserts for Easter Sunday dinner at my Aunt Helen’s and doing some last minute shopping. For the desserts I decided on Shot Glass Cheesecakes, Pistachio Bundt Cake & Congo Bars (chocolate chip cookies made in a sheet pan). Everyone brings something and we have a great time together.

Today’s card is for the Paper Craft Crew Card Sketch challenge, sketch below. Stop over to their blog to see the designs by their team and other crafters like me.


When I saw the sketch, I knew exactly what colors I wanted to use – Silver & Wisteria Wonder. Both the strip on the left side and frame are from Silver Foil sheets, using the Squares Collection Framelits to cut out the winder. I used a piece of Silver Fancy Foil Vellum as the window and 2013-2015 Sequins to make a shaker (unfortunately most of mine stuck to the dimensionals used to pop up the frame. In the bottom left of the frame are flowers punched in Wisteria Wonder and Crisp Cantaloupe using the Itty Bitty Accent Punch Pack with Pearls for centers and leaves in Pistachio Pudding using the Bird Builder punch.  The card base is Crisp Cantaloupe, matted with Wisteria Wonder and a piece of Whisper White on top. There are a few ‘blotches’ from Gorgeous Grunge in Wisteria Wonder under the bottom left of the frame and Candy Dots in Wisteria Wonder in the top right corner. Sentiment is from Bitty Banners in Crisp Cantaloupe.

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3 thoughts on “PCCCS138

  1. Marty McGee

    What an absolutely wonderful card! I love everything about it. Especially the shaker feature.

    1. KarenT Post author

      Thank you, I really enjoy making shaker cards.

  2. Jan M

    Karen this is stunning! Such an elegant shaker card! I just love it!! The vellum adds a lovely softness and the flowers and grunge are the perfect accents. Thanks for joining us at The Paper Craft Crew this week 🙂

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