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Sat 09

Christmas Shaker Wreath
by Marybeth Lopez


Hi there, Marybeth here  today. I used the Ball Wreath again this time for a Christmas Shaker with added holly from Wintertime Fairies, both from Poppystamps .


This is the ugly back side of my card showing you the fun foam channel I created to fill with sequins. After I filled it I adde a piece of vellum over the opening. I was a bit messy with the sequins and some stuck to the tape on the back of the fun foam.( try not to do that....lol) Oh before I placed the fun foam I added a layer of acetate over the die opening.


Try not to see my thumb... the lighting in the room I take photos is not good this time of year unless I take the photo in the morning. I added a bit of glossy accents and a bit of glitter to the berries. I used shimmer pens on the holly leaves.

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Thank you so much for the visit today!  




FUN & FABULOUS shaker wreath - LOVE IT!

That's such a gorgeous die, Marybeth ... love it as a shaker with all the shimmer and shine inside! Hugs & prayers, Anita :)

These are so beautiful, I love the colours and shine, great ideas, thank you

Hi Marybeth, I adore 'shaker' cards, and this is gorgeous, so very effective !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Marybeth, that is beautiful shaker wreath card. Love the holly leaves too.

so pretty, great for a shaker

Another very striking card, Marybeth! I was trying to tell if you filled the opening so full of sparklies that they stayed up almost to the top of the wreath, or if you just gave them a good shake up for the photo? I am a fan of Poppystamps as well. Like you said, customer service next to none!!

Oh my goodness, how PRETTY is this Marybeth! I love that you turned the fabulous wreath into a shaker. Beautifully done!

What fun!

Love this die. t is awesome.

Beautidul shaker card.

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