CAS-ual Fridays CFC146:Snowflakes

Hello lovely ladies

As I was having a little wander around blogland I noticed that one of my favourite challenge blogs  CAS-ual Fridays  and another new to me in the sense that I haven’t played along with them before , Inkspirational where having a similar challenge.

I simply couldn’t resist taking part especially as both Design Team galleries where jam packed with inspirational cards, not to mention all of the amazing entries.


Inkspirational Word Prompt Challenge #97



To make my card I stamped this cute image from WPLUS9 onto some card and then imported the image into my Silhouette Cameo software so that I was able to manipulate the image , in this case making it larger. I then printed the image onto acetate to make a shaker card using one of my Spellbinder circles. The snowflakes are also curtesy of my Cameo and I just  love the effect of all of those gorgeous white sequins peeping through.

I really enjoyed making this card apart from having a desk full of sequins , which for some reason managed to escape and find themselves in all manner of places, they’re  pesky little things and love to attach themselves to the most unusual surfaces, just ask Rosy my French bulldog !

Wishing you a a happy and creative weekend

Take care


9 thoughts on “CAS-ual Fridays CFC146:Snowflakes

  1. I was so happy seeing you pop into my inbox Marie. Love this gorgeous shaker card. Hope Rosy has managed to de-sequin herself!


    Karen xxx

  2. What a heart-warming, pretty shaker card you’ve created! Everyone needs hugs! Thank you for sharing your creativity in the Inkspirational gallery!

  3. I love this! Such a fab example of how to use a Silhouette ( I really do need lessons on how to use mine) Love how you’ve kept it so clean and simple by printing the outline stamp on the acetate…so clever! Thanks for playing along at CAS-ual Fridays!

It's always a pleasure to read your coments

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