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10/05/2017

Thu 05

Evangeline Floating Square..
by Pam Simpson

Hello Pam hear today, I thought this "Evangeline Floating Square" from Poppystamps, perfect for a shaker card.. Mine does not shake!!!.

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For the shaker part I have used viol material  with these beautiful sequins from Birchpress Designs.. http://birchpressdesign.com/Festival-of-Lights-Premium.html   such pretty colours and lovely mix.. they are perfect colour match for  my no shred glitter card.

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These are the dies I used to create my shaker part. 

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Mesh doubled ..held in place with 3d foam tape, left open at the top, to sandwich sequins, this I then sealed  more tape..

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My none shaker square  filled with pretty sequins and decorated on the outside..4"x 4"

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I have used an embossing folder from my stash, red ribbon with Poppystamps "Merry Christmas Banner" die along the top. Finished card  61/2" x 61/2" 

Thank you for stopping by Pam x.

Pam Floral Signature copy

 

Comments

Ravissante !!
Bises
Thaly

Oh my goodness !! This is such a great card ! Perfect for the winter season with the cold colors, funwith the shaker bits and so delicate with these great snowflakes ! Congratulations !

What a fab idea Pam using the net instead of acetate and it gives a softer look too and who cares if it doesn't shake it still looks really pretty so thank you for sharing.

I keep wanting to use tulle for a shaker--just have to find where I stashed it--haha! Love this card, Pam--just may need to get the floating frame die!

Really Beautiful!!

Oh beautiful!

Hi Pam, The Floating square is a really pretty die, and I'm loving your 'non' shaker card, the netting is a lovely effect.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

The floating square is beautiful. I love all the layers and that cute Merry Christmas banner.

such pretty blue and silver with a pop of red, very sweet!

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