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Slimline Shaker Easel Card

La-La Land Crafts, Fuzzy Hugs, slimline card, valentines day, shaker card, anniversary card, ink something

Hello!  It's the crazy time of year and I don't know what we were thinking when we decided to get married 4 days before Christmas... 25 years ago!  My hubby's birthday is actually on Christmas day as well, so we've got alot to celebrate this time of year!  

I created this slimline shaker card for my hubby.  I must say, it turned out much softer than I had planned.  I was going to go red, white and green, (we had a Christmas wedding with white-flocked and lit trees, red velvet dresses for the bridesmaids... and my hubby's favorite color is green!).... BUT, I say #craftlife happened!  LOL!  Wanted to use my favorite paper packs from La-La Land but didn't have enough left of the "right" patterns I wanted to use, so ... it kinda took a turn into this blue and pink feminine card, but ya know what, he liked it and appreciated all the time I put into it, so that's what matters :)  

I used the cute Fuzzy Hugs clear stamp set from La-La Land Crafts.  The sentiment, "the best is YETI to come" is from this stamp set... the others I generated on my computer.   

The Heart frame is cut out of this holographic iridescent paper from Recollections called Galaxy Glitz and it changes colors with the lighting!  Super pretty IRL!

La-La Land Crafts, Fuzzy Hugs, slimline card, valentines day, shaker card, easel, anniversary card, ink something

PRODUCTS USED:

•  Fuzzy Hugs Clear Stamp Set (La-La Land Crafts)
•  Hearts & Harlequin Layering Stencil (La-La Land Crafts)
•  Merry & Bright Paper Pack (La-La Land Crafts)
•  Double Stitched Hills Border Die (La-La Land Crafts)
•  Hearts & Scalloped Hearts dies (Spellbinders)
•  Mega Numbers dies (Altenew)
•  Holographic Galaxy Glitz paper (Recollections)

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 Thank you so much for vising ... Happy Inking!

Comments

Lori m said…
Gorgeous card, Happy Anniversary and Happy Birthday to your hubby.

Merry Christmas, Happy Healthy holidays, hugs, Lori m
What a fabulous card Kris - and what a lot you have to celebrate at this time of year - the season is really festive for you!!
Stay safe
Blessings
Maxine
Hope you had a fun Christmas, Anniversary and Happy New Year! Hope your husband enjoyed his birthday! Your card is so adorable! Love the coloring of the images and background! Cute layout!
I wanted to say "Thank You" also for all of your fun challenges in the past! You have been so kind! I look forward to seeing all of your future projects here!
Love and Blessings!

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