Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Happy Birthday Too Woo

Hello.  Welcome.  Shaker cards.  Love em?  Hate em?  Not sure?  I always have problems getting the fill right and also keeping it in the shaker LOL.  Then I saw some that were stuffed full and figured that was the way to go. 

I used Unity Journaling Owl, coloured with sharpies and cut out the journaling lines to make my shaker window.  I wanted to use red hearts in my shaker but couldn't find any so I added a generous sprinkle of stars instead.  I used Poppystamps Diamond Background die cut and the sentiment is also a Unity stamp.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Poppystamps Challenge 23 - Shake It Up 
Dare 2 B Artzy Animal Challenge 
Scrapyland Challenge 47
Penny Black and More Challenge - Anything Goes With Stamps 


  1. What a darling little owl, Gail ! Love that background die cut. Thanks so much for joining in the "Anything Goes" challenge at Scrapy Land this fortnight. Hope to see you for our next challenge also.
    NanaConnie GDT

  2. Adorable shaker card! Love how you made the body of the owl the shaker! Thanks for playing along with Scrapy Land Challenges!

  3. A gorgeous Owl image and you have coloured him beautifully.The shaker window looks great too.
    Thank you for sharing your card with us at Penny Black and More this month and we hope you will enter our next challenge too.


  4. Fabulous shaker card Gail, love the owl image, and fabulous background.
    Thanks for joining us in the Poppystamps Challenge.

  5. How fun to give your owl a shaker belly! Thanks for playing along at Poppystamps.

  6. What a fun and sweet shaker card! Love the owl shaker! Thanks for joining us in the, Poppystamps Challenge

  7. I love owls.
    your shaker card is fabulous.
    Thanks for joining us in the Poppystamps Challenge.

  8. Lovely shaker card.
    Thank you for sharing at Penny Black & More @ Allsorts August challenge and good luck x Susan x


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