Hi all it’s Anna Sigga here today and today is all about shaker-cards!

I just love the Fist Pump Tobie stamp and why not add lost of sequins to give this dude that something extra!

I had already colored Tobie with my Copic markers and you I share how I made this shaker-card in the video below as well as my mistake. I was planning on editing this lil mistakes out of the vid but why not share how I managed to salvage the card.

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Good morning friends. Today I’m sharing how I made this background featuring Cat fish digi stamp.

I got these distress oxide inks for mothers day and wanted to do something fun and quick. The whole background took about 5 minutes and it was super fun to make.

To start I cut down a piece of 110lb card-stock to 8.5 x 4.25 and scored it in half for my card base.

I started working from the outside towards the center adding a little bit of color at a time.

This is faded jeans. Then I add in broken china.

Next is spice marmalade.
I love how the colors blend together so easily. Next is fossilized amber.
I liked the look of the background, but wanted to add a touch of texture as well. I grabbed a fish scale stencil and cracked pistachio and lightly sponged the color on through the stencil.

Cute, right? Now, while I was coloring this adorable little cat fish… my coloring got away from me. I do not know WHAT on earth I was doing, but I didn’t love what I had done to this poor cutie. See.

I didn’t want to start over, so I decided to give this little guy glasses.

Ahhh, now he kinda makes sense to me, and he’s cute again. *grins*

There we have it. What backgrounds have you created that are quick and fun? Let us know!!

Leah Crowe

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Hi it’s Anna Sigga here and I have a fun “larger than life” take on the fabulous Dancing Piper digi stamp.

I have been wanting to give this kinda of card a go for some time so I thought why not go for it. Even though I was kinda nervous about how this enlarged image would look – but I am really pleased with the end result.

 

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