Saturday, September 10, 2016

Just Us Girls #360 - Trend Week

Hi all!  This is going to be quick.  I'm the hostess at Just Us Girls this week for our Trend Week.  I chose sequins, because I just love using them!
 
It's been a long, hot week back to school.  The last four days were so hot and humid, and our school does not have air conditioning!  Can't wait for cooler weather next week!
 
I did a quick shaker card with this new Memory Box die I got at a stamp show a couple of weeks ago.  I sponged the background with a distress ink the created the shaker.  The die was cut from white and kraft cardstock.  I cut out the deer and adhered it over the white one.  Very simple card with some pretty sequins.
 
Stop by the JUGs blog to see more sequin inspiration!
 
Thanks for stopping by!
 
Recipe
Paper:  Recollections white, kraft
Ink:  Tumbled glass distress ink
Accessories:  Grand stag oval frame die (Memory Box), sequins, corner rounder, dimensional tape

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7 comments:

Chris Dring said...

Lisa, what a STUNNING shaker card! Love that die cut and how you used it! Wow!

Nancy said...

I wish my quick cards could be this fantastic! Love your card and the challenge! Good luck next week at school and I sure hope a cold front is on its way!

Vicki Dutcher said...

You ROCKED out this week's card! That partial tree die cut is perfect with the deer and the fun colored sequins~ Fabulous card.

Ina G said...

OH WOW! Lisa what a great challenge and boy did you nail it! Absolutely STUNNING. Love the layout sky and that awesome deer. Hope you have cooled down and the weather is kinder for you soon.

Gerrina said...

I really use sequins or do shakercards, but allways enjoy seeing them and this one is a beauty! Hope you have a fun sunday!

Bobby said...

This is fabulous, Lisa. The white trees peeking out of the side add a nice wintry effect.

My Crafty Place - Sharyn Polesel said...

What an elegant shaker card. I love the little bits of white tree and your beautiful deer.....great colors too!

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