CASology ” Clear “

Hello lovely ladies !

Its time for a new challenge over at CASology and as you can see by my post title their cue card this time around is

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So many possibilities for this one but I’ve gone with using transparency film and making a shaker card. Its not too much of a stretch to say that I’m fixated on making shaker and window cards and have been for the last few months.

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I used and image and sentiment from the Silhouette store and cut the leaf using my Cameo, I added transparency film and then filled with sequins and seed beads and used some patterned paper to seal the deal !

Do pop over to CASology as once again the DT have pulled out all of the stops some amazing cards in the gallery jam packed with inspiration.

Take care

Marie

14 thoughts on “CASology ” Clear “

  1. This is just gorgeous Marie – love the colour behind the shaker – really makes the whole thing pop. I’ve just bought a Fuse so think it will make shaker cards really easy. Hope things are better with you.

    Hugs.

    Karen xxx

  2. What a beautiful card! I love the background colors inside the leaf and lack of colors around it! I haven’t made my first shaker card yet. Guess I should give it a try? I really loved yours. Thank you for sharing with us.

  3. I do love the effect of that patterned paper behind the acetate, particularly when concentrated one one area of your card. Really makes for such an interesting shaker. That veined leaf was the perfect choice. Beautifully clear! Thanks so much for joining us at CASology this week!

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