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Sweet Friend Shaker Card
by Sue McRae

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Hello crafty friends! I’m finishing off my summer posts with this sweet ice cream shaker card. It’s still really hot where I live and am looking forward to the cooler fall temps!

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This card is a mini slimline, my first time making one! Using the Whittle Ice Cream Cone, I die cut it five times from white card stock.

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I took the cones and inked them up with Distress Ink. Here’s a little tip for you. To prevent your ink pads or die cuts from sliding around when you’re trying to ink blend, lay them on a Silpat or silicone baking mat. The texture of this mat grabs the ink pads and die cuts and keeps them in place. No more inky fingers! They are inexpensive at Amazon.

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They also come in this style. Works the same way.

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For the background of the ice cream I inked up a piece of white card stock with Distress Inks and spritzed it with Perfect Pearls for a little shimmer and texture.

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I adhered a piece of acetate to the back of the cones and added foam tape. I used clear seed beads for my shaker bits then attached the rainbow inked panel on top.

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For the sparkly lines on the card front, I sprinkled clear iridescent glitter over two lines of double sided tape and burnished it in with my fingers.

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The sentiment was created with the Poetic Uppercase Alphabet. These letters are a great size for card fronts and the die cuts several of each letter at once. It’s a great way to customize your cards and it also comes in lowercase.

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I attached my panel to a light grey card base and it’s all done!

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This card could be used as a birthday card, missing you or just to say hello.

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Thanks for joining me today, I hope you have a wonderful week!

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Birthday Shaker
by Nancy Penir

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Hi there, Poppy Peeps! Nancy here, and I have a happy card for you today!

Birthday Celebrations call for a shaker, and Poppystamps has adorable images to get the party started!

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Now, you know I love layers... the more the merrier. Throw in color, and we have 'party-time'! The shaker elements are from my stash. They match the ice cream cone flavors... orange, strawberry and lime. 

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Such a fun card, with plenty of 'happy'! The new Whittles are so festive! Check them out in the store. There's animals, and ice cream, food and frames. 

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All the product used is listed below. Have a wonderful week!

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Fun Shaker Under Sea Scene
by Pam Simpson

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Hello everyone, Think my Great Grandson will love this Shaker card, using Embossing onto Acetate and cute Whittle sea creatures dies.

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I started by embossing under sea image..onto acetate, I have then used alcohol markers (Reverse side) to roughly colour!, I am using Frosted Glitter in blue (shown) as a backing for the acetate.

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3D double sided foam tape, adhered to wrong side, Fill this with sequins / beads/ any thing that will make a noise, when you shake. I have used Fairy Sparkles from Memory Box.

Adhere the backing glitter onto this.

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I cut in white ..Whittle sea creatures and coloured with alcohol markers..Children love bright colours...Frame I have used rectangle dies from my stash..finished card. 7.1/4" inches x 6.1/4"inches..filler for shaker at the bottom.

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Finished with Sentiments..Whittle Sealife clear stamps.

Thank you for stopping by Pam x.

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Ocean Shaker
by Sue McRae

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Hello crafters, today I have a sea shaker card for you using some of the cute Whittle ocean critters.

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I created my focal panel by die cutting the shaker window with the Whittle Wave Background die. Next I embossed the piece with the Waves 3D Embossing Folder. There is so much wonderful swirly depth with this folder. Love it!

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I added acetate and foam tape to the back of the panel and used sequins and beads for the shaker bits.

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For the background of the shaker window I coloured a panel with alcohol inks in shades of blues and turquoise and adhered it to the back of the shaker window.

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I added the dolphin, seahorse and jellyfish with foam tape and gave them googly eyes.

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The Whittle Sea Life Sentiment Stamps have a bunch of fun sentiments to go with the all the new Whittle animals. I used one of them along with a Word Balloon Die and a few Fairy Jewels to finish the card.

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Thanks for visiting with me today!

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Easter Shaker Card
by Tiffany Pryce

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Hello, crafty friends! I decided to play along with this month's challenge theme - Shake it Up - and create some Easter inspiration featuring products from the newest release! I knew I wanted the shaker element to stand out the most, so I decided to create a textured, white on white background.

Card panel. To start my card, I began creating the front panel. With the Pinpoint Half Ring Plate, I die cut a 4.25 x 5.5 inch piece of heavyweight, white cardstock. I trimmed this panel down to 3.75 x 5 inch to allow for a border. The pierced texture provides subtle detail and interest to the background.

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To build up the background detail, I decided to create my own scattered pattern of "decorated Easter eggs". I die cut several eggs from the Half A Dozen Eggs die set using the second smallest egg. To "decorate" my eggs, I used the Wave Trio die set to cut several strips of white paper in various shapes and widths. I adhered the strips onto each egg with liquid glue and then arranged and glued my eggs randomly on the panel. I trimmed any pieces of the egg that were hanging over. I backed the panel with a foam sheet for added dimension.

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Shaker. Next, I created my shaker element. I cut the base of the shaker with the second largest egg die from light blue paper from the Delicate Pastel Glitter Pad. This shimmering cardstock is so pretty and has a beautiful rainbow of pastel colors perfect for spring cards. Using the same paper, I made a frame for my shaker from the second largest egg die and one size smaller. Behind my frame, I glued a piece of acetate and a double layer of thin foam tape for the shaker walls. I piled on some shaker bits in the middle of my base, and then adhered the top portion ensuring the eggs were aligned perfectly. I used strong liquid adhesive to glue the shaker to my card front. For some extra Easter embellishment, I die cut the rabbits from Spring Bunnies. I splattered the bunnies with a little silver, metallic watercolor, and glued one to the front and one inside the card. I added a small bow with string from my stash to the bunny on the front.

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Sentiment. To create my sentiment, I die cut the Splendid Happy Easter die out of heavyweight white card stock four times and once from light teal paper from the Fresh Aqua Collection paper pad. I used liquid glue to adhere the layers together. Liquid glue allows me wiggle room to ensure the letters are lined up perfectly. I love dimensional sentiments because it helps the sentiment pop on the card and adds stability to withstand going through the mail.

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Card base. For my card base, I cut and folded an A2 sized, side-folding card base from heavyweight white cardstock. On top of my card base, I layered a piece of 4.25 x 5.5 inch piece of pattern paper from the Garden Folly paper pack. Finally, I adhered all of my card pieces together, gluing the sentiment at the bottom on the card. Hope you're inspired to make your own Easter cards using the new spring release from Poppystamps! Happy crafting!

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Shake It Up Challenge Reminder
by Sue McRae

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Happy Wednesday everyone! I am here with a reminder to participate in the March Monthly Challenge,  Shake It Up! Who doesn't love to make and receive shaker cards and they are so easy to make!

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I used several new products from the spring release on my card, including the pretty leafy frame from the Fern and Daisy Pop Up Easel Set. There are a lot of dies in this set and they can be used on any card, not just an easel card. The frame was die cut from some pretty blue paper from the new Ocean Blue Paper Pack. There are 4 sheets of 12 colours in one paper pack which really helps me with coordinating colours together.

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For the background of the shaker I used plaid paper in pinks and blues from the Spring Plaid Paper Pack and my shaker bits are a variety of beads and sequins.

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The sentiment was white heat embossed and I added a few butterflies from the Vibrant Violet Paper Pack and added shimmer on top of them.

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Now it’s your turn to play along with our challenge. Create a project following the theme, use at least one Poppystamps image or die, and link it up here.  The design we love best will receive our winner badge to proudly display on their blog, and one lucky random winner will receive a prize.  You don't have to have a blog to play.  You can link to any online gallery.   In fairness to other players, we reserve the right to remove entries that do not use at least one Poppystamps image.   We ask that you link a maximum of 3 entries to each challenge.   You are welcome to link your design to other challenges.  Grab our badge to post on your blog post or sidebar!

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I can't wait to see your projects!

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