Thursday, 20 December 2018

Snowflakes and Copper Pennies

Hello.  Welcome.  I'm guest designing over at the Doodles Paper Playground this month and I had real fun combining the Copper Penny sparkle blend with Memory Box dies to make this fun shaker card.


Hop on over to the Doodles Paper Playground for all the details on how I cut my fun aperture and also all the glittery delight of this gorgeous Copper Penny blend.

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Memory Box Challenge 44 - Holiday Sparkle and Shine used Tivoli Snowflake and Stitched Landscape dies
Dies R Us Challenge Challenge 111 - Anything Christmas
Mod Squad Challenge - Christmas/Winter Use a Metal Die used Stamplorations Double Stitched rectangle die
Double D Challenge - Let it Snow
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Stitch It Up


 

6 comments:

  1. WOW what a fun and clever creation Gail! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘Christmas’ challenge at Dies R Us and the 'Let it Snow' challenge at Double D. Good Luck and please come back again soon!

    Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
    DIES R US CHALLENGE BLOG
    DOUBLE D Challenge Blog
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please stop by for a visit.

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  2. Super fab - lovely shaker - thanks for joining it at Mod Squad

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  3. Such a wonderful shaker card. Thanks for sharing with us at Double D Challenge Blog. We hope you will join us for future challenges,
    Kathy
    DD DT

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  4. Beautiful card!
    Happy holidays ! 🎄

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  5. A lovely card with the beautiful snowflake! Thanks so much for joining us at Dies R Us for the challenge!

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  6. Fabulous details on this gorgeous shaker card! Thanks for joining us at Double "D" Challenges.
    Amelia (Double "D" Challenge Design Team)

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