(2018 c140) Penny Black Fall Shaker


The background sky was painted with Crayola washable Water Colors.   The ground was painted with Distress Inks by RangerOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA The deer were stamped with Nature’s Friends by Penny Black using  Jet Black Stazon Ink .  The bushes were stamped with  Distress Inks by Ranger  using  40-420 Pastoral by Penny Black and Nature’s Friends by Penny Black. For the Shaker I glued the star charms on the background to create a space between the transparency and watercolor paper.  I hand stitched the transparency to the background after applying  1/8 inch Score-Tape adhesive tape .   I first tried to stitch with my sewing machine, but the stitches were super loose!  I filled with fall colored beads and gold sequins that look like leaves to me.

Challenges Entered:

PennyBlack:  Creative Christmas Challenge & can post on Flicker

ThreeAmigosBlogHopChallenges:  Challenge #19 – Autumn/Halloween

ScrapyLandChallenges:  Chal #100 – Celebration/Anything Goes (use a Brand they sell – I used Penny Black)

KatScrappiness:  Oct. Chal. – Welcome Fall

PowerPoppy:  Creative Confetti – Background check – make it pop


  1. Verna Angerhofer

    Wonderful shaker and great scene.

  2. Wow, beautiful background! The scene is so pretty…great design!
    Thank so much for joining us in the 100th challenge at Scrapy Land!
    Sherrie K
    Scrapy Land DT Member

  3. Such a beautiful card with a warm inviting scene! Loving the shaker element and the stitching! Thank you so much for joining us this month over at Kat Scrappiness!

  4. What a cool and beautiful shaker!! Gorgeous scene and love your fillings… just so beautiful! Cool design! Thanks so much for linking it up with us over at Three Amigos!

  5. beaglefest

    Such a beautiful scene!

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