Saturday, August 6, 2016

Chin Up! Shaker Card

When you have wash on the line and storms are forecasted, keeping your chin up and your eyes toward the sky is a really good idea.  Unfortunately, it makes it a bit difficult to do much else.  If it wasn't so hot, I'd take my book outside.  (Have you read The Great Alone by Janet Dailey?  It's pretty good so far, if you like historical fiction.)  But, I have a pretty good view out the kitchen window from here.  So, I'll do my post for today - a cute shaker card using a Gerda Steiner digi image Cute Fox 
 for the GSD August Progressive Challenge - and keep one eye on the sky.
I was trying to land a butterfly on the fox's nose for the picture but gave up.  The digi image was colored with markers.  Papers, sentiment stamps and wood trinkets are from CTMH.  The butterflies in the shaker were punched.  And the die cut frame is by Die-namics. 
Star Stampz Challenge - Add a sentiment 
Just Add Ink Challenge #33 - just add "f"  (Fox)
Allsorts Challenge Week 375 - Spots and Stripes

Well, the sun's still out.  
Maybe, the showers will miss us 
or arrive after the wash has dried.


  1. So adorable and lovely card.
    Thank you for sharing over at Allsorts "Spots and Stripes" Challenge;-))m

  2. Such an adorable card, I had to stop by and visit your lovely blog after you left such a nice comment on my blog!

  3. Beautiful shaker card! Thank you for joining us over at Brown Sugar and look forward to seeing you next time.
    Linda xxx
    Brown Sugar DT

  4. Great shaker card. Thanks for joining us for our Anything Goes Polkadoodles Challenge

    Karon DT, Polkadoodles

  5. Lovely card! Thank you for joining us on Brown Sugar Shaker challenge. Hope you’ll join us again.

    Simona (DT)

  6. Thanks for joining the theme at allsorts this week Tracy X

  7. Great idea with this shaker box. Thanks for joining us at StarStampz. DT Beata

  8. Fab project Thanks for joining us in our Anything Goes challenge at Polkadoodles hugs Aly xxx

  9. Great idea to use the butterflies in the shaker!


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