Thursday, August 6, 2015

CAS(E) this Sketch #135

I decided to go risky with this sketch and make a shaker card for Halloween very kid friendly to boot. Head on over to CAS(E) this Sketch to play along too.

I started off by using a My Favorite Things stencil and some Pumice Stone distress ink to make a cool back ground for my card.
 I used a circle die to cut out a corner of the background, any circle dies will do from any company just use what you have in your stash.
I have some Pumpkin Pie card stock and two more circle dies to make a ring to finish off the circle on the card front.
I am using a Stamp set called Eek and some Smokey Slate ink.
 Some strong double sided tape and a scrap piece of a page protector.
 Using a crazy amount of foam to make the shaker stuff contained and also to level the card mat.

I used Doodle Bug sequins/
 If you don't stamp great theres always a back side if your using good quality paper, that was my first attempt at stamping the spider.

Here I am covering up the shaker window.
Finished card.

Close up.

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I used Pumpkin Pie card stock and Smokey Slate ink

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I used their Spider Web stencil

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The stamp set I used is called Eek

From Micheal's I used their Heavy Weight card stock and adhesives.

From your favorite online store or local craft store you can pick up Doodle Bug sequins, I used beetle black, lily white, and tangerine, also I used Tim Holtz pumice stone distress ink.


  1. Oh this looks fabulous!
    Thanks for joining us at CASe this sketch!

  2. Haha! Cute! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!

  3. Oh, this is so fun! Fabulous take on the sketch!