(2020 c89) Dahlia Shaker

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I enjoyed creating this shaker card by using Hero Arts Florals Dahlia Stamp & Cut an coloring with Copics. I cut  DCWV Shimmers Stack with Tonic Studio – Patterned Panels Deco Diamond Die Set 1331e and placed acetate behind it to create the shaker. The sentiment was stamped with Hero Arts CM 259 Peonies  with Versamark Ink  and heat embossed with Gold  Ranger Embossing Powder .

As you can see in the photo below, for the inside sentiment I cut it out using: Pink & Main Happy Birthday PNM200

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Challenges Entered:

Hero ArtsStay Crafty with Hero Challenge #15 – Fall & Halloween

A Blog Named HERO: A See-Through Element

Word Art Wednesday: Chal. 462-463 Anything Goes

Frilly & Funky: Purple, Orange & Green

Simon Says Stamp: (Wed.) Layer it up

The Cat’s Pajamas: Chal. 373 – Autumn

Power Poppy: Birthday Wishes (See inside of card)

Sugar Pea Designs: Meant to Be Sent

Die-Cut-DivasThoughts of Autumn

8 Comments

  1. Verna Angerhofer

    Beautiful design and colors.

  2. Karen Letchworth

    This is SO pretty with that lovely purple lattice background. Thanks so much for stopping by to play along with us. Hope you’re having a great week,
    Blessings,
    karen
    Word Art Wednesday
    http://www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

  3. Oh so pretty!

  4. We would love to see the link for Die Cut Divas so you can be in our challenge. Wonderful card.

    • Thanks for the heads up…I just edited my post, I totally missed this step!

  5. Sara Barker

    Lagene, I love that you chose purple, orange and green to make a birthday card (And a shaker, at that! eek! You know I love shaker cards!) Green coloring on that dahlia! Thank you so much for playing along in our challenge at The Funkie Junkie Boutique blog!

  6. So glad you provided the link to Die Cut Divas to enter our Autumn challenge. The more the merrier. Wonderful card.

  7. Lagene, this is just a stunner! That beautiful pop of red on the intricate die cut background is gorgeous!

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