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08/02/2019

Fri 02

Mice and Cheese
by Olga Direktorenko

Hi paper crafters! August is here and I hope you are having a wonderful time!

I keep playing with frameless shaker card technique and have made another funny card - this time it's cheese and mouse themed. I am currently on vacation away from home and from my craft room so I will publish a video tutorial explaining this technique as soon as I come back! 

And I have used Whittle dies again - how cute are those?!

Cheese shaker 1

Cheese shaker 2

Thanks for stopping by, see you soon!

Olga Floral Signature copy

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Comments

Olga, this card is simply delightful! What a creative design for a shaker card. tfs

they are too cute and like the gems for their noses!

How fun!!!! :D It's very cute, too!!! Love so much this shaker card, thanks for sharing!!!

You, Olga, you are a tease! Teasing us with these darling shaker cards! Now u r off in some South Pacific island, while ur admiring crafters r drooling over ur , oh, so fun, cards! Mice & cheese...wholey cheese &whittle mice! Hope u & family had lots of fun!

Hi Olga, A fabulous shaker card, so innovative, and those Whittle mice are so lovable.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

So cute. Just love the idea.

I like how you cut out circles, and used the cute sequins. So cute with the little mice

This is the cutest card I ever seen! Love it!

Adorable card, Olga!

Are you going to post the instructions for the mice and cheese card? It is absolutely adorable.

Sweetest card ever! Very clever using the circle dies and, of course, the whittles!

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