Thursday, October 19, 2017

Fa-la-la Christmas Friend

Good morning! Popping by with a fun little Christmas shaker card I made using some Reverse Confetti stamps, dies, and pattern paper!

Something about shaker cards just feels festive - so add that to a Christmas card and it is pretty much perfect in my opinion!

I started off by die cutting Fa la la Circle Confetti cut using Premier White Cardstock for the cutout and small circle, then adding the larger scallop with Salsa Cardstock. I created the shaker and filled it with some lovely tiny Star Confetti from Pretty Pink Posh. The sentiment is from Christmas Bear, heat embossed in white on a strip of Midnight Cardstock - I trimmed the edges into a banner shape to fit. Finishing touch is some gorgeous pattern paper from last years Christmas release 6x6 paper pad Very Merry.

Links to the Reverse Confetti products I used on this card are below - click on any of the photos for a closer look:



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  1. This is SO cute, Heather! I love the shaker element. Reverse Confetti is always a pleasant many awesome new things. Thanks for sharing and inspiring. I really appreciate you sharing your art with us, and playing along with us. God bless you my creative friend, and have a wonderful week!
    Karen L
    Word Art Wednesday

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  2. Very beautiful shaker card. So sorry for my super delayed comments, just now trying to catch up. Thank you for blessing us with your entry at Word Art Wednesday. Hope you link more projects with us in our Current Challenge. Leaving you with the hope found in God Word in Psalm 147:11 which says, "The LORD delights in those who fear him, who put their hope in his unfailing love." Have a fruitful and blessed day!

    JO ANN